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The Dubplates continues to do well on the...
The Dubplates continues its strong run on the Blllboard Reggae charts, coming in at number eight with their critically acclaimed set,  Box Full of Steel by The Dubplates, selling 92 copies, down from 280 sold the week before. To date, it has clocked 2,956 in sales.   More detail
Wayne Marshall's father suffers heart attack
Dancehall artiste Wayne Marshall, who has embraced a more spiritual side in his music, is praying that his father makes a full recovery after he suffered a  heart attack today.  More detail
Detectives from the Constant Spring police station swooped down on Mavado's residence in Norbrook this afternoon and detained his son, brother, cousin and nephew in a major operation. However, Mavado slipped the police dragnet as he left the island last night.  More detail
Chozenn criticizes "self-appointed Jesus...
Chozenn found himself in the eye of a firestorm of criticism last week that was so intense that it prompted the nation's number one gospel station, LOVE FM, to ban the remake to appease outraged Christians. However, Chozenn remains stoic in the face of the backlash, and vowed to stick to his path.... More detail
It appears that Chozenn has been banned by LOVE FM. The gospel singer's 'Bawl Out' remake of the raunchy Dovey Magnum song on a dancehall riddim has been banned by LOVE FM.  More detail

Bettadayze promises 'better days' for reggae music @one876 Featured

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Osujah Records recording artiste Bettadayz is no ordinary garden variety artiste. His music is forged in the fires of experience and destiny, and as his name suggests, he is on the path to usher in 'better days' in the world of reggae music.

The 23 year-old artiste has been gaining momentum as a performing act, and is widely regarded as one of the best new voices emerging out of the New Age reggae movement. His name is a promise of a better future, that is one of the reasons behind his underground success, largely built on the popularity of his powerful positive singles on the rural mixtape circuit.
The artiste's stage name resonates with Jamaicans faced with the constant struggle between good and evil, between the pull of poverty and the promise of wealth.
"From I chose the name 'Bettadayz', mi know that I was destined to buss," he said, laughing.
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