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Merital Family heads to Barbados to perform at a show called Drifting Soca Party at Bushy Park venue.

DJ Face challenges Paula at Settlement launch

Saturday, 26 June 2010 00:41 Written by
DJ Face issued a clear warning to Queen Paula that she would be have her lyrical guns blazing during The Settlement: Unfinished Business launch on Thursday night at the Flava nightclub in the Corporate Area.

Wasp remixes Eminem's Not Afraid

Friday, 25 June 2010 00:57 Written by
Deejay Wasp has droppped a high-octane remix of the syllable-bending rapper Eminem's recent single, Not Afraid.

Coke Saddened by loss of life in West Kingston

Thursday, 24 June 2010 23:48 Written by
Christopher Coke has asked Jamaica to pray for him as he faces over 40 charges of trafficking cocaine and marijuana to the United States as well as gunrunning charges in a US court. The following statement was issued by Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke yesterday morning:

Dudus Under heavy police guard at Norman Manley IA

Thursday, 24 June 2010 07:55 Written by
Christopher 'Dudus' Coke is reportedly now at the Norman Manley International airport under a heavy police guard as he is being escorted by US marshals to the United States where he will face a battery of criminal charges that include conspiracy to traffic cocaine. Inclement weather may delay his arrival in New York later today.

Kartel shoots 'Straight Jeans and fitted' video

Thursday, 24 June 2010 07:09 Written by
Vybz Kartel shot scenes for his latest video, Straight Jeans and Fitted, alongside Russian over the weekend, and the single is already becoming the hottest single this summer, a straight up jeep rocker blasting out of the splayed out windows of hot rides all over the Kingston Metropolitan area.

Sophia Brown drops new single, “If You Wanna Love Someone” produced by Cashflow. A stepping stone in the right direction, new and improved sound quality, voice control and production in general, Sophie who seems to have found her way in the hearts of a growing contingent of men locally and internationally is poised to regenerate the female Reggae Lovers Rock segment that was once kept alive by the likes of J.C. Lodge and Dawn Penn.


Wednesday, 23 June 2010 00:18 Written by
THE COUNTRY TUN UP NOW Everybody inna Tivoli happy and grateful say de police dem never kill Dudus and now the President ah go have him day inna court but mi surprised when mi hear pon mi radio yessiday say Al Miller wanted. Which Miller? Not Al. Ah coulden my Al? People, what is not this. All mi know say Miller congregation ben over wha gwaan because him miss church pon Tuesday night, and him mussi ah consult wid him lawyers fi turn himself in or perhaps him can ask Pastor Blair fi carry him in just fi mek sure him reach in safely, but whatever the case, what a passa passa. Dudus ah go court inna 48 hours and mi caan wait fi di ataclapse, mi hear say Spanish Town busy yesterday wid crazy soldier inna the area and dem over the Prison Oval and helicopters ah fly in fi pick up Dudus and a bagga sitten sitten. State of Emergency de everywhere, mi hear say nuff soldier gone over Seaview and dem have curfew in effect.

Magma's 'When I Cry' blows up in Europe

Tuesday, 22 June 2010 23:58 Written by
Down Sound recording artiste Magma is the latest artiste to record asong called ‘When I Cry’ about the recent tribulations in West Kingston which resulted in over 70 deaths when the security forces invaded the community of Tivoli in order to serve an arrest warrant on area leader Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke.


Tuesday, 22 June 2010 10:05 Written by
West Kingston strongman Christopher 'Dudus' Coke was held in a police operation in the vicinity of Dyke Road in Portmore this afternoon about 4:15 p.m, one876understands. He was reportedly in the company of Reverend Al Miller who has claimed that Dudus asked him to escort him to the US Embassy. Dudus, the reported head of the Shower Posse, had been on the run for almost four weeks after the security forces had attempted to execute an arrest warrant on the alleged drug dealer. The resulting social upheavals resulted in the deaths of 73 people.


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