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Woman killed in Munga Honourable crash
High-riding dancehall artiste Munga Honourable was involved in a three-vehicle accident that left a Canadian national, a woman, dead. The woman, Tashana Cumbermack, a 26-year-old woman of a Canadian address, died as a result of injuries sustained when her vehicle was involved in a three-vehicle... More detail
Newborn baby snatched  from Victoria Jubilee...
Denham Town police officers are now scouring security footage at the Kingston Public Hospital in an attempt to quickly rescue a newborn who was stolen from the Victoria Jubilee Hospital in Kingston this morning.   More detail
Licensed firearm holders foils robbery attempt...
A licensed firearm holder opened fire at a 'Gully Queen', one of the homeless homosexual men known for their penchant for committing robberies, foiling an attempted robbery attempt of a woman who was walking along the road in the vicinity of Tropical Battery and the Northern Caribbean University... More detail
Spice hits back at Nuffy
The law firm of Townsend, Whyte and Porter has revealed that Spice, whose real name is Grace Hamilton, stands ready to defend the entirety of the statements she has made regarding popular emcee Andrew 'Nuffy' Nelson. More detail
British-born woman stabbed to death in St. Mary
A Jamaican-born British woman was stabbed to death and her body dumped in a shallow grave on her property in Boscobel, St. Mary.  More detail
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Blak Ryno disses Mavado with 'Easy Fi Kill'

Sunday, 18 September 2016 21:50 Written by
Dancehall star Blak Ryno has come out swinging at Mavado just days after Popcaan raised the white flag in his verbal fisticuffs with the Gully Gadd. The former Sting clash champ has some choice lines, bringing back memories of the incredible heights of the Gully-Gaza war.   

Dancehall star Masicka made a surprise visit to his alma mater, Calabar High School on Tuesday during which he donated three laptop computers to assist the school in its bid to effectively educate students.

Alan 'Skill' Cole sues Tuff Gong

Sunday, 18 September 2016 10:09 Written by
The war is on. Bob Marley's former manager Alan ‘Skill’ Cole, has reportedly sued Tuff Gong and Island Def Jam Music Group over copyright ownership to the Marley song War, for which he is credited as writer.

Kartel to sponsor robotics camp

Sunday, 11 September 2016 20:56 Written by
Incarcerated dancehall artiste Vybz Kartel will sponsor a robotics camp for students from every high school in his hometown of Portmore, St Catherine.  

Hearty congratulations to Mr. Lexxx who has the current number one song in Columbia. The song, Bad Boys, a collab with El Freaky has held the top spot for two consecutive weeks on the  ‘Los 40’ chart. The chart ranks the country’s most popular songs using a combination of airplay and digital downloads.

Bobby Shmurda sentenced to 7 years on plea deal

Sunday, 11 September 2016 06:40 Written by
  Just two years after his breakout hit, Bobby Shmurda was sentenced to 7 years in prison after copping a plea deal with in a New York court recently. That is such a damn shame, this nigga has Jamaican parentage and just came on the scene like a tornado, and to see his life messed up like this, ending up in the pen like his father, breaks my goddamn heart. 

Jubillant is 'HOLDING ON' - Freshas Production

Sunday, 11 September 2016 06:36 Written by
  Freshas Production recording artiste Jubillant is getting a bonafide buzz with 'Holding On', a well-produced reggae gem which is getting favourable rotation on FM radio.   

Even though Popcaan has apologised to Mavado, it doesn't seem like the Gully Gadd is easing up on the 'Ova Dweet deejay. He posted a grainy video for Popcaan and his cronies being chased out of a nightclub in Guyana along with a caption that read:

Dancehall star Popcaan pulled Solid Agency head Sharon Burke in to the lyrical war with he and Mavado last week by mentioning her by name in one of his diss songs “Born Ready.” But later apologised for the harsh words, sexual innuendos and explicit language. 

  Who knew that dancehall star Macka Diamond could ride a bike? The Money Goddess admitted that she knew some basic motorbike moves but did not do any complex stunts like a 'wheelie' or a 'burnout' during a video shoot held at the offices of Superior Parts, Hagley Park Road last week.  

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January 10 2019 0

Newborn baby snatched from Victoria Jubilee hospital

Denham Town police officers are now scouring security footage at the Kingston Public Hospital in an attempt to quickly rescue a newborn who was stolen…

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February 03 2013 0

TEFLON TO SIGN DEAL????

  The streets are saying that Teflon is about to sign a recording and management deal with a powerful local independent label. 

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