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Inkz is a natural born 'Winner'

Wednesday, 22 March 2017 13:08 Written by
  Jay Crazie Records recording artiste Inkz has an unusual ambition: he sees his skin as a canvass and he intends to fill every square inch of his body and even his face with tattoos. 

The management of reggae singer Singing Sweet is moving aggressively to protect the singer's brand and intellectual property from exploitation online. 

Vybz Kartel appeal could start in September

Thursday, 16 March 2017 13:09 Written by
Tom Tavares-Finson, lawyer for incarcerated dancehall superstar Vybz Kartel, is  pleased about  the decision by a Court of Appeal judge to grant him leave to appeal his murder conviction and life sentence.

  UK-based reggae singer Emmanuel Anebsa knows the stinging crush of white oppression firsthand. 

One876entertainment.com offers condolences to reggae singer Richie Stephens on the death of his dad.

Reggae superstar Jimmy Cliff will be releasing his new single, 'Life' on March 10th, and will be made available to the public through  iTunes and other downloadable formats.  


Tuesday, 07 March 2017 16:46 Written by
Popular media personality DJ Sunshine has been hacked by persons unknown, as an email message bearing her name has been sent out to thousands of persons online. 

On Thursday last week, 32 year old Kevin Nelson was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of first degree murder. He gunned down two people at his Florida home during a domestic dispute which turned deadly. One of the victims was the 15 year old daughter of well known reggae singer Anthony Cruz. 

Edi Fitzroy is dead

Sunday, 05 March 2017 18:11 Written by
Roots singer Edi Fitzroy, best known for songs like The Gun and Princess Black, died Saturday at the May Pen Hospital in his native Clarendon.   He was 61-years-old.   "Edi was always a conscious artiste, he forced you to think with his lyrics. His song, Princess Black, was the She's Royal of the 1980s, that song raised major awareness about the role and importance of the black woman in the society," music promoter Michael Barnett said.    "So although Edi was not a career musician, he didn't become a full time singer until the 1990s, he did make a significant contribution to the music in the 1980s," Barnett said.    Born Fitzroy Edwards, Fitzroy broke through in 1978 with the song Miss Molly Colly. At the time, he was an accountant at the Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation.   The song was produced by Michael Campbell, who hosted the Dread At The Controls show on JBC Radio.   Fitzroy had a number of hit songs in the 1980s with The Gun, Princess Black and his album, Check For You Once, topped Jamaican charts for four weeks.Fitzroy's lyrics led to him becoming renowned as one of Jamaica's most socially conscious singers, with themes including equality for women,[and he won a Rockers Award in 1984 for Most Conscious Performer for his "Princess Black" single which he wrote for his mother.    He performed at Reggae Sunsplash in 1984, returning in 1986, 1988, 1991, and 1993, and also performed at Sunsplash USA in 1988   Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia Grange has described the passing of roots singer Edi Fitzroy as a “significant loss” to an industry that has become riddled with similar styles.  “Edi Fitzroy’s passing represents a significant loss.  In an entertainment industry where there is a lot of sameness, he was and will continue to be a stand out,” Grange said in a release this aftertnoon.

Remy Ma hits Nicky Minaj with Another One

Sunday, 05 March 2017 18:09 Written by
Remy Ma has geared up for round two with Nicki Minaj.

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