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Chris Marshall hits 8.6 million views with...
Dancehall artiste Chris Marshall is pleased with the reaction to his latest single, the sensual slow-burner 'Tu y Yo' alongside Brazilian singer-songwriter Anitta. More detail
Blak Ryno resuscitated after New York car crash;...
  Former Portmore Empire artiste Blak Ryno is in critical condition after a car accident in New York last night. The artiste reportedly went into a state of cardiopulmonary arrest and medical personnel has to resuscitate him.  More detail
Beenie Man to headline Beach O Rama
Hundreds of Canadian party goers will join thousands of Jamaicans for Beachorama, which will take place on Saturday, April 27 at the Bournemouth Beach Park, Downtown Kingston. More detail
Koffee hits the UK chart with Toast
  Toast, the smash hit by singer Koffee, has entered the UK Official Singles Chart at number 84. The new chart was released yesterday. More detail
Massive police manhunt for Noel Chambers
A Jamaican man, Noel Chambers, 57, was caught by police on Tuesday evening after a region-wide police manhunt. He is accused of attacking his wife, Lorrice Harris, and the couple's daughter over the weekend. Chambers was discovered outside a fire station in the Miami, Florida. The firemen were... More detail
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  The Trinidad and Tobago Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, said his country risked Jamaicans boycotting goods produced in the twin-island republic had he not intervened in the Buju Banton saga.
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Trinidad & Tobago's Minister of National Security, Stuart Young says Jamaican reggae icon Buju Banton must apply for special permission to enter the twin island republic due to the singer's criminal history.
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There may be potential fallout regarding the alleged altercation between Mark ‘Buju Banton’ Myrie and his son Markus Myrie, a dancehall producer known for several dancehall hit rhythms.  
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Reggae superstar Buju Banton, one of Jamaica's most favoured sons, will return home within a few weeks. There will be fanfare. There will be music. There will be dancing. There will be much merriment. However, the government of Jamaica will not facilitate or partake in such matters. To paraphrase the famous idiom, when it comes to such occasions, "it is not the done thing".
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Buju Banton for Long Walk to Freedom tour

Friday, 21 September 2018 07:13
The team representing the Grammy Award-winning artiste, Buju Banton, dropped confirmation that there will be a major tour following his release in December this year.
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Fans and lawyers of reggae legend Buju Banton have frequently shouted 'entrapment' and 'set up by government informant' to describe the state of affairs that led the reggae star to be incarcerated for almost a decade on cocaine-trafficking charges. 
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Gossip & Rumours

May 20 2019 0

Man chops mother and nephew to death before cops kill him

A mental patient went berserk in the community of Martha Brae over the weekend, chopping his 56-year-old mother, Jennifer Gordon and his 5-year-old nephew, Levon…

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This Day in Dancehall History

April 05 2012 0

Jody Ann Gray shot in the face

Kool FM announcer, former FIWI Choice host, motivational speaker and Supreme Ventures hostess Jody Ann Gray was shot by unknown assailants in Portmore last night.…

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