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Lisa Hyper in big demand in England

Friday, 21 May 2010 02:00 Written by
Lisa Hyper is reportedly in high demand in England as the dancehall community is enamoured with her songs, her outspokenness and unique sense of style and fashion.  

Popcaan, Portmore Empire's new star

Friday, 21 May 2010 01:55 Written by
Adidjahiem Records recording artiste Popcaan is enjoying a meteoric rise in the ranks of dancehall deejays. He continues to enjoy a virtual hammerlock on FM radio with the sizzling success of "Clarks," the high octane collaboration with Vybz Kartel and label mate Vanessa Bling (Gaza Slim). The single is also getting major rotation on HOT 97 in New York introducing the young deejay to a new vast audience.


Thursday, 20 May 2010 01:16 Written by
  People, Jamaica tense so till, people fraid fi go downtown, but mi is a girl no cater, mi go look fi auntie pon Princess Street yesterday because nutten no change, water still wet, sky still blue, nuff people ah yard still fool and your girl Abena still ah talk the tings dem. How Jamaica ah get so crawb up, mi buck up inna one ah mi taximan friend dem the other day, him used to carry mi dawta go karate, till him drop offa the face of the earth. Him tell mi say him pick up a nice looking girl inna Cross Roads, and she pull a big Zig Zag pon him and carry him weh to Columbus Road, the road between Rema and the open No Man's land close to the Remand Centre. Anyway, she and her man carry him go round de, him have a fat chrome 9 mm and she have the big sitten, and the man start dig a shallow grave fi put him inna, and the man say him see him death, and him life flash before him eyes (I trust it was not an edifying viewing experience) and him decide fi mek a last stand, and mek a brave move and kick dirt inna the gal face and run off. The man squeeze off two inna the dark, but him run and dally roun dem inna one Z. Anyway, him hear Amazing Grace ah come from a building nearby and start run towards it, and when him realize, nuh one church, so him sprint it now and tink say a peace and safety, when him hear footsteps behind him, and when him look, ah di gyal. Him start run up the aisle now when him hear a big roar, like a monster a swallow him and feel something pick him up and pitch him ten feet inna the ground and him drop baps. The people dem inna the church start scream fi the blood of Jesus and the gyal ketch her coward and run. My yute say him just come from KPH wid a gunshot wound inna him shoulder and him hate all woman - present company excluded of course - and how all woman ah evil and a bagga tings. Him have a reason fi complain but to the rest of you here is my advice: Smile at the sky, go to work, have a cup of coffee and shut the hell up. Life's good.

With piracy taking big chunks of profits out of music sales and with digital music sales figures going up Levent Karahan, founder and CEO of Reggae Inc is pushing forward with his independent digital Reggae distribution network.

Baby Chris shoots Mama video Thursday

Wednesday, 19 May 2010 16:50 Written by
Baby Chris, known for the hit single, Ring Ding, will begin shooting a video for the hit single, Mama, You're the Best Woman today at the Limelight club in HWT.

Toya steamrolled past 80,000 page views on youtube with her breakout sophomore hit, Boss Lady, showing that she is attracting a large following outside Jamaica.

Shane O finds hit with Life Soon Change

Wednesday, 19 May 2010 04:13 Written by
There was a time when Shane O was riding the razor edge between mainstream music and songs that were too real for radio, an almost fatal mistake that alienated him from his core fan base of young teens.

Gallis Settlement this Sunday in Waterhouse

Wednesday, 19 May 2010 02:23 Written by
The dancehall community is salivating over the prospect of lyrical conflict this weekend at Gallis Settlement Sunday, May 16th at West Bay Farm Road in Waterhouse in St. Andrew.

Nadine Sutherland's US Spring tour sell off!

Tuesday, 18 May 2010 06:27 Written by
Jamaica’s veteran reggae songstress, Nadine Sutherland, has been pulling in good crowds during her US Spring Tour which started on May 7th and will go through several US states before ending on May 29th.

Lisa Hyper Crushes Canada with 'Clarks' tune

Tuesday, 18 May 2010 04:41 Written by
DJ Lisa Hyper performed in Toronto over the weekend, rocking two shows, and leaving an indelible mark on the dancehall music scene in the city.


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