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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
ONEY BRITISH SHOT AND KILLED
  There are reports that popular dancehall personality 'Oney British' of the British Link Up crew was shot and killed by unknown assailants riding a motorbike a few minutes after 9 p.m. Eyewitness reports say that he had left the National Stadium and was driving along Mountain View when armed men... More detail
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SPICE NEWS: Spice lashes back at D'Angel

Monday, 07 January 2019 10:58
Spice has lashed back at D'Angel's assertion that Beenie Man walked her down the aisle and that Spice was still single.
Published in Gossip & Rumours

Dancehall star D'Angel uploaded a video addressing the speculation around the origins of her 'No Worries' collaboration with Spice, directly addressing  comments made by Spice on social media a few days ago.  She started off the video in a spiritual manner, singing 'dirty Satan yu can't prevail', then sprinkled rum, 'spun her roll' as she sought to 'cut and clear the crosses' out of her life.  
Published in Entertainment News

    A war of words has erupted between Spice and Beenie Man over who is the leading artiste in their respective categories in dancehall. Beenie Man, during an Onstage interview, poured cold water on Spice's achievements, suggesting that she had not reached the heights of crossover appeal of her predecessor, Lady Saw. 
Published in Entertainment News

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