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Dancehall maverick Mr. Easy faces off with Afrobeats star Mr. Eazi

Dancehall artist Mr. Easy has sought to reassure fans that his non-appearance on a recent show in New York was not deliberate, as he was never booked for the event, which was actually headlined by Afrobeats star Mr. Eazi. “There is another artist who is using my name, and copyright mark and their use, or […]

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Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer’s childhood home torched in Trench Town

A house that played a seminal role in Jamaica’s musical history was torched in an alleged act of arson on Saturday morning. The house, located in Trench Town, is the family home in which Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer lived while growing up on Second Street. Some residents believe arson was the cause. “Is a […]

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Spice and Chug It could head to court after Sept. 15 ultimatum ignored

The saga between dancehall deejay Spice and the promoters of popular party series Chug It has taken another turn which could result in both parties facing the court. Attorney Peter Champagnie, who is representing Chug It promoter, Andrew ‘French’ Wright, issued a September 15 ultimatum for Spice to refund the full performance fee for the […]

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Karen Smith loses battle to colon cancer

Jamaican songbird Karen Smith has died, ending her one-year battle with colon cancer. She passed away approximately 3:30 a.m today at the Baywest Hospital in Montego Bay, St James, where she was admitted on Tuesday. Smith was a former president of the Jamaica Federation of Musicians and Affiliates Union. “Fly high amazing songbird Karen Smith…you […]

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Double murder in Clarendon

Detectives assigned to the Area 3 Major Investigation Division are probing the circumstances surrounding the shooting death of a man and a woman and the injuring of another by unknown assailants on Thursday, September 9. Dead are 47-year-old Cleverton Brown otherwise called ‘Budda’, and Beverley Pinnock, both of the Gayle Housing Scheme, in Lionel Town, […]

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Four persons were killed in three separate attacks as marauding gunmen from Tivoli Gardens and the Matthews Lane enclave turned the major shopping district of downtown Kingston into killing fields. The attacks all occured in the space of only a few hours, as there were shootings in the Coronation Market, another in Matthews Lane and […]

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Warrant issued for Popcaan’s arrest stayed until November

Dancehall entertainer André Sutherland, more popularly known as Popcaan, who is facing several charges for breaching the Road Traffic Act, has been ordered to return to the Yallahs Traffic Court in St Thomas on November 4. Popcaan was scheduled to appear in court today, however according to the deejay’s attorney, the ‘Unruly Boss’ was unable […]

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Major Mackerel sends condolences to Perry clan

Dancehall veteran Major Mackerel, who has his own health challenges, has sent his condolences to the family of producer Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry who passed away earlier today. According to the deejay, his sickness was also compounded by his battle with gastroenteritis and acid reflux, but he is appreciative of the hospitality that he received from […]

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Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry is dead

Grammy Award-winning Jamaican music pioneer Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry is dead. He reportedly died on Sunday morning (August 29) at the Noel Holmes Hospital in Western Jamaica after battling illness. Born Rainford Hugh Perry in March 1936, he was 85 years old. Jamaica’s Prime Minister Andrew Holness confirmed his passing. “My deep condolences to the family, […]

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Hospitals at 100 per cent over capacity for COVID-19 patients

Islandwide vaccinations will resume tomorrow (Monday, August 9) while leave entitlements for at least some health staff may be deferred, as Jamaica continues its efforts to prevent illness and death associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. “Hospitals across the island are seeing an increase in COVID-19 cases. In anticipation of further increases in bed occupancy, the […]

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