Press Release 188
press release from Jamaica, dancehall and reggae artiste.
Monday, 25 March 2013 07:46 Written by ABENA
Delly Ranx must be laughing somewhere right now, ah him say Next Chapter, and everybody ah re-jig dem ting, Ninjaman sign to Down Sound, Khago lef Down Sound, Busy SIgnal part ways with Shane Brown, Shane O signed to So Unique,everybody ah reposition demself fi the future.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Jamaica have reached an agreement on the Extended Fund Facility (EFF), a release by Head of the IMF mission to Jamaica, Jan Kees Martijin said.
Macka Diamond and D'Angel are in the island of St. Maarten to do a show this Friday. Macka Diamond is riding high with her hit song, Dye Dye.
Music is a part of our daily lives. We can’t imagine what life would be like without music, whether it is in the sounds of nature or commercial sounds, to some extent music influences our behavior, wherever we are and whatever we do.
Friday, 05 April 2013 19:58 Written by AKA
Mega-talented dancehall artiste Wasp has scored his fifth number one single with the popular radio-friendly ‘Hot Like a Fire’ produced by JA Productions. The song soared to the #1 spot this week, pushing I Octane from the pole position on the FIWI Choice top ten charts. “I feel wonderful about the success of Hot Like a Fire’ because people keep calling me for dubs all over the world, the song is on every mixtape, and it gets a lot of airplay. In fact, it is on the strength of that single that I will be doing a month-long tour of the United States this month,” Wasp said in a release.
Sunday, 10 November 2013 18:51 Written by AKA
When the madness ah go cease? Tappa Whitmore son dead inna car accident and road block and a bagga tings. Residents of Retirement and Granville blocked sections of the Granville main road in St James Sunday after a motor vehicle crash claimed the life of Jouvhaine Whitmore, the son of former National football coach, Theodore ‘Tappa’ Whitmore.
Saturday, 09 November 2013 15:25 Written by AKA
Music has one the most diverse "elements" you can find. It appeals breaks age, race, cultural, geographical barriers. So whether your preference is rock, pop, hiphop, dance, or another of the many music genres reaching globally....there is something for everyone and Fuze is no different. One stage bringing you an eclectic mix of music from some of the most talented acts Jamaica has to offer.
Sunday, 10 November 2013 18:56 Written by AKA
Free People Entertainment artiste Droop Lion is working on his untitled debut album.