Sunday, October 31, 2010

Who is the true king of dancehall? Is it Vybz kartel, Beenie man, Shaggy, or Bounty killer aka hammer man

In on unofficial claim kartel sings he is the dancehall don?
What do you think?

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Gregory Issac "The Cool Ruler's" close relatives wants him to be interred at Heroes' Park

The relatives of the late Gregory Isaacs wants the reggae singer to be buried at Heroes Park.

Morekeia Isaacs, the "The Cool Ruler's" youngest daughter, says her father deserves to be buried amongst the country's heroes because he is a cultural icon.     


People, when me hear Addi new song Dancehall Don oonu muss know say mi laugh till mi drop outta fi mi chair ah di people dem good, good work place! No sah! My gaaawd. Addi tun right up yah now. Some people might waah vex bout wha di man say, but him have a point. If him start sing bout pure girl tune, dancehall switch to girl tune, if him start shell out bad man tune, bad man tune start run di place. So wid dat said, mek we get into part two of di saga. Some people might a wonda how di concert wha gone wha day

Reggae dancer Mystic and Leftside together?

Dancehall artistes Mystic Davis and Leftside are answering the question that many Jamaicans have been asking for a while now. Are Mystic and Leftside romantically involved? 

Friday, October 22, 2010

Baby Cham, Killer return 'Stronger' - Artistes work with Dave Kelly on new projects

Deejay Cham and producer Dave Kelly are back in Jamaica doing music and after a week, their impact is already being felt. The two have reconciled their differences with deejay Bounty Killer and have a song that is already making waves in the dancehall.

The Dave Kelly-produced Stronger with Baby Cham, Bounty Killer and Mykal Rose, has been getting heavy rotation in the streets and on radio since its release last week. 

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Update : Buju Banton granted bail

United States Judge Anthony Porcelli has offered bail to Jamaican reggae star Buju Banton, whose real name is Mark Myrie.

Our newscentre understands that bail was granted under strict conditions. Buju was given bail at US$250,000. Porcelli also ordered that Buju be placed under 24-hour surveillance with the costs being paid by the defence.

The Gleaner also understands that Buju will have to receive an immigration bond to prevent deportation. The US authorities, however, would want to keep Buju in the US to face his new trial in December.

On October 6, the judge heard arguments from the US prosecution as well as Buju’s lawyers and reserved his judgement.

Buju’s lawyer had filed the motion for a bail hearing on September 27, after federal judge, James Moody declared a mistrial in the drug case against Buju.