Search

traduire/vertaal

enfrdeitptrues
Dancehall mourns female promoter killed in Mobay
The dancehall fraternity is mourning the death of a  popular dancer and female promoter who hails from Anchovy District in St. James, but resided in New York, USA,  was shot and killed by gunmen in Anchovy, on Saturday, September 29, and her male companion shot and wounded.   More detail
Ganggoolie disrespects Shauna Chyn about selling...
  Dancehall artiste Ganggoolie has launched a stinging rebuke of female artiste Shauna Chynnn who is promoting  the concept of promiscuity and no free sex among females.  More detail
Man hacks woman and step-daughter to death, then...
  Jamaica has been rocked by yet another murder-suicide. The latest incident involves a man from St. James who hacked his common-law wife,  and her step daughter to death, in the Rosemount community  Sunday morning,  September 23rd and committed suicide   More detail
Starface blows up with 'Fi Di Wuk', a Rygin King...
Dancehall artiste Starface is getting major props for her raunchy counteraction to Rygin King's hit single, 'Tuff' so much so that she is fast-tracking plans to shoot a video for the project this week.  More detail
Nathi Prince makes a 'Resolution'
Reggae artiste Nathi Prince is a fierce new voice in the world of reggae music, whose clear sparking vocals have forced FM radio to sit up and pay attention to his revolutionary lyrics.   More detail
prev
next

The Dubplates hit the Billboard Reggae charts with new album Featured

Entertainment News Written by  Wednesday, 16 August 2017 17:27 font size decrease font size increase font size Media 0
Rate this item
(0 votes)
Charleston's first breakout reggae band, The Dubplates, recently released their new album Box Full of Steel. The album debuted at #4 on iTunes U.S. Top Reggae Albums this past week. The Dubplates have a huge lineup of musicians, ranging between 9 and 12 pieces and have been playing together for over 8 years. 



The success of Box Full of Steel comes much-deserved after years of providing tasty reggae jams to the lowcountry. During this time The Dubplates have worked with prominent musicians such as King Yellowman, Junior Reid, Mix Master Mike (The Beastie Boys), Future Fambo, Elephant Man, and Zumjay.

Read 1192 times

Leave a comment

Make sure you enter all the required information, indicated by an asterisk (*). HTML code is not allowed.

Download our Free App

This Day in Dancehall History

August 15 2011 0

Matterhorn shooting rumour false

Today, the entertainment community get gigi when a rumour start go round pon bbm say Matterhorn get shot somewhere inna Kingston, but from wah me…

Latest Comments