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Morgan Heritage enters ganja market

Reggae band Morgan Heritage has ventured into the medical marijuana industry by investing in a marijuana delivery service company. Morgan Heritage announced that it has partnered with United States-based Proper Rx, a company which delivers medical marijuana products to clients. The medical marijuana providers also caters to the groups of patients who do not have […]

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Spice lands first corporate deal

Dancehall artiste Spice has secured her first major partnership with a corporate company. The hard-core female entertainer signed a deal with Sperone Moscato Jamaica, and is now the company’s newest ambassador. The line of Italian Sparkling Moscatos is distributed by Select Brands Limited, one of the largest distributors of wines and spirits in Jamaica. Spice […]

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Sumfest eyes Africa

PREPARATIONS are ahead of schedule for this year’s Reggae Sumfest, slated for July 16-22 at Catherine Hall Entertainment Centre in Montego Bay. According to festival chairman Joe Bogdanovich, “Everything is going well and we are way ahead as it relates to preparations. It is looking good from where we stand and our security features are […]

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Lisa Hyper tweaking image – Aritiste to launch EP soon

Lisa Hyper was once touted as a protege of Jamaica’s favourite incarcerated dancehall artiste, Vybz Kartel. Years ago, she became part of the Portmore Empire as Lisa Hype and her career showed promise. But she was sometimes caught on the wrong side of the law, including being fined for common assault and disorderly conduct stemming […]

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Sex sells – stripper defends raunchy dancehall videos

Controversial stripper/businesswoman Kyla ‘Coco De Thick’ believes dancehall is right on schedule with the ongoing wave of heavily sexed music and video productions being released by artistes. “Sex sells, so I support artistes who are doing sex scenes in videos. I have a video with Demarco and I also did a nude photo shoot with […]

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Police send strong warning to gun-toting artistes

Head of the Corporate Communications Unit in the Jamaica Constabulary Force, Stephanie Lindsay, is warning recording artistes against the practice of using guns as props in music videos. According to Lindsay, the practice has been growing in recent times, and is not a positive representation of the music industry. “The practice doesn’t depict a good […]

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Crime not a problem for Sumfest

The police in St James have given the assurance that although there is a crime problem in the parish, the safety and security of international and local patrons at Reggae Sumfest is guaranteed. St James, up to last Friday, has recorded 130 murders since the start of the year, which is approximately 14 per cent […]

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Konshen to launch foundation in memory of Delus

The inclement weather over the weekend forced Konshens to postpone the launch of a charity foundation in honour of his brother Delus who committed suicide last year June. The event dubbed “The Life Celebration Of Delmark “Delus” Spence, and The Launch Of His Charity Foundation”, was slated to take place on Delus’ birthday on June […]

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She’s my baby – I-Octane owns up to DJ Amber’s child

After five years of denying paternity, dancehall artiste I-Octane has now acknowledged that he is the father of DJ Amber’s daughter. I-Octane on Thursday posted a photo of the child on his Instagram page and with the caption: “When your babies are champions Maliha Muir/ Ashiek Muir.” Hanging around the neck of the child, who […]

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Kalado #suicidal, #falsealarm

An Instagram post by dancehall artiste Kalado yesterday caused some fans to reach out to the entertainer, encouraging him to stay strong. A single photo captioned with the hashtag #suicidal was enough to raise an alarm, with some users urging the artiste to seek help before it’s too late. However, the entertainer is assuring fans […]

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