Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Notnice has finally left the Portmore Empire.

After a rumoured assault and speculations that he had severed ties with Vybz Kartel, producer Notnice has finally left the Portmore Empire.
 The news was officially announced yesterday by the producer, whose real name is Ainsley Morris.

Monday, May 30, 2011

Singer Sean Kingston stable after crash

MIAMI, United States (AP) — Authorities say Jamaican-American singer Sean Kingston is hospitalised after a crashing a jet ski into a Miami Beach bridge.

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission spokesman Jorge Pino says Kingston and a female passenger were injured when the watercraft hit the Palm Island Bridge around 6:00 pm yesterday. Pino says both were hospitalised early today at Ryder Trauma Centre, but he didn't know their conditions.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Jah Vinci leaves Portmore Empire-Corey Todd to act as his new manager

Jah Vinci will now be managed by Vybz Kartel's ex-business partner, Corey Todd.

It's strike four for the Gaza camp as Jah Vinci is the latest member to make his departure from the group, after being signed to the Portmore Empire since 2008.
He becomes the fourth artiste to part ways with the Gaza camp following the likes of Lisa Hype, Gaza Kim and Blak Ryno after 'beatings and meetings'. The three have since then changed their names to Lisa Hyper, Kym and Ryno, respectively.
Jah Vinci burst unto the scene in 2008 with Weh Dem A Guh, a collaboration with Vybz Kartel on Stephen McGregor's hit Day Rave rhythm. Since then he has recorded songs such as MoneyWatch Yuh FriendsWipe Those TearsGuide Me and Mi Know, with one of his latest being Mama Love on the Eternal rhythm.

The people them want Vybz Kartel cake soap bad! bad! Has it come it finish of the shelves.

Controversial deejay Vybz Kartel claims that the first batch of his cake soap was completely sold off within a few days of being released last Friday.

The deejay began limited distribution of the product after only publishing an advertisement in the weekend star
"Since we did the advert in the newspaper, the first batch, which was well over 2,000, has disappeared," the deejay said in an interview yesterday.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Vybz Kartel - Speaks On Sliced track kiss yuh Pussy JAw May 2011

Monday, May 23, 2011

Vybz Kartel, business partner split - Corey Todd says threats made on his life

American businessman Corey Todd has chosen to immediately dissolve his business partnership with Adidja Palmer a.k.a Vybz Kartel in the wake of alleged threats made against Todd’s life.

Jamaican Artiste Mavado offered bail 2011

ENTERTAINER David ‘Mavado’ Brooks was today offered station bail after being formally charged over a weekend skirmish at a St Ann nightclub.

He is booked to appear in court on June 9.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Artificial Silk Flowers Multi-colours for Sale

You can also order these flowers to be made for you. 
Cost $ 3,000 JM
Cost $ 40 US

Sandra Artificial Flowers Boutique: 
Telephone (876)851-3694    or (876) 276-8203

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Vybz Kartel defends his new weave hair look with some colourful languages in this video.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Mavado forms own label - Set to release new single soon

Dancehall artiste Mavado is taking his career to a new level with his own label, Mansion Records.

Speaking with the star yesterday, the artiste, whose real name is David Brooks, said he will be releasing his first song, Delilah, on the label next week.
He added that he started the label to assist himself and other artistes. "I just start this record label because I have a lot of young artistes around me and I think I can do so much for them," Mavado said.
some international acts.

Wayne Marshall dedicated a song to his wife Tami Chynn after two years of marriage.

After just under two years of marriage, entertainer Wayne Marshall has dedicated a song to his wife and fellow artiste, Tami Chynn.

The song, Good Ole Wife, was released recently on the Matrimony rhythm for which Marshall is a co-producer.

Social networking site party coming to Jamaica

Jamaican’s fascination with social networks is set to take off even more as preparations are now in place to merge social networking and location tagging website, Foursquare, into the local party scene with an event called ReTweet.

ReTweet is the brainchild of Brandon Allwood who said his team reached out to Foursquare with their ideas about the use of the website in Jamaica for an event.
“Jamaica is such a beautiful place with so many hidden gems and exciting people, so Foursquare is ideal for Jamaica,”

Monday, May 16, 2011

MAN SHORTAGE AFFECTS CHURCHES IN JAMAICA - Christian women complain of lack of potential husbands

he shortage of men has become a growing problem in several Jamaican churches.
The star understands that with some church population having as much as 80 per cent women, a large number of females have been left with a problem to find husbands.

This is a huge concern for a number of churches, with at least one reverend saying the shortage is at a crisis level.Reverend Philbert Johnson, ministry development officer in the New Testament Church of God, said there is a serious shortage in the number of men in the church as women in their 30s and late 40s cannot find a suitable partner.
Johnson, a pastor at one of the Testament branches, said at that location he had approximately 300 members of which only 40 were men. He further said that approximately 20 of those are already married.

Friday, May 13, 2011

Vybz Kartel upsets I-Octane and TOK because he accuse them of wearing weave extension like himself.

Artistes are now fuming following a Blackberry broadcast message sent out by deejay Vybz Kartel yesterday where he called the names of artistes who he believed also wore hair extensions.

After he had tongues wagging with his new hairstyle and later attempted to convince the public that it was his real hair, deejay Vybz Kartel yesterday sent out a BlackBerry broadcast message which now contradicts his original statement about his shoulder-length braids.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Microsoft buys Skype for $8.5 billion

NEW YORK (AP) - Microsoft Corp. said that it has agreed to buy the popular Internet telephone service Skype SA for $8.5 billion in the biggest deal in the software maker's 36-year history.

Buying Skype gives Microsoft access to a user base of about 170 million people who log in to Skype every month, using the Internet and Skype usernames as a complement to the traditional phone network and its phone numbers.

Microsoft said it will marry Skype's functions to its Xbox game console, Outlook email program and Windows smartphones. All of these platforms already have other options for Internet calling, but the addition of Skype users would expand their reach, making them more useful.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Vybz Kartel Answers Shabba in New Song "Nuh More Dan Mi" 2011

 Popular deejay Vybz Kartel seems to be returning lyrical fire at Shabba Ranks after many speculated that the veteran's latest None of Dem song was taking lyrical aim at the Portmore Empire leader.

In None A Dem, Shabba takes aim at persons in the dancehall who have not respected the veterans who have inspired and motivated them. He explains that he has been in the business for 30 years and is still here. In the song he deejays, "How can you not rate who come before yuh/yuh a gwaan like a yuh come bout yah, come mek music big."

Keldamuzik Presents: The Cultural Exchange Tour

Hip Hop artist Keldamuzik aka Diva from California, is known to not only be a successful independent recording artist, with chart topping international and national hits such as “Thirsty”, “I Don’t Care” and “Wind Blow”; but also an entrepreneur who has created a platform for herself with her company Golddigga Entertainment, managed by marketing manager Wendy Bell. Making her mark in the music industry, Diva presents “The Cultural Exchange Tour”. TCET promotes mutual understanding of cultural backgrounds through music, youth development and knowledge of international social living.

Friday, May 6, 2011

Shabba None A Dem Lyrics

Artiste: Shabba Ranks

Shabba Ranking pon Big Ship riddim
Di Genius, right now mi nuh mad bout it but mi rrrrr ere
Right now mi ignorant bout it but mi rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
How can you not rate who come before you
you a gwaan like a you come bout yah come come mek music big.
Yet dem and those, who suppose to respect the elders nuh deh yah
And a gwaan like a you a deh man
A nuh you a di man, a God a di man, ereerrrr

The Legend Bob Marley exhibit to open at the GRAMMY Museum

The GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles will debut a new exhibit entitled Bob Marley, Messenger.

Housed on the museum’s second floor, the exhibit will focus on Bob Marley as a private, spiritual man, and as a powerful performer who has inspired legions of fans in the 30 years since his death.

Bringing together more than 40 diverse artifacts, rare photographs and more, the exhibit features items from the private collection of the Marley family.

Vybz Kartel Dj Popcaan is in demand

Dancehall deejay Popcaan has been making steady strides in Jamaica and the Caribbean and with summer on the way, the Gaza Prefect's itinerary is said to be already overloaded with shows.

Lady Gaga pushes more buttons with "Judas"

A scene from Lady Gaga's "Judas".

Lady Gaga's "Judas" video got jaw dropping responses after the leak and then the official premiere on Thursday night.

 Gaga sat down to chat with sources about the funky, pop-culture-influenced clip revolving around a love triangle between Mary Magdalene played by Gaga, Judas played by Norman Reedus and Jesus portrayed by Rick Gonzalez.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

White House: Osama Bin Laden not armed when killed.

WASHINGTON, United States (AP) — The White House says Osama bin Laden was not armed when a US Navy SEAL raiding party confronted him during an assault on his compound in Pakistan.

White House press secretary Jay Carney acknowledged that bin Laden did not have a weapon even though administration officials have said that bin Laden resisted during the raid.

Carney said resistance does not require a firearm.

Jamaica Carnival Madness 2011

Wet, wild Water Party Photo Scene in Jamaica 2011

Dancing in the pouring water. - Winston Sill photos

Certainly a sight for sore eyes. - Winston Sill photos

A man on the run after allegedly stabbing lover

A woman is now battling for life at hospital after she was allegedly stabbed by a jealous male companion.
The incident, which took place on Sunday afternoon, has left residents in the quiet community of Norwich district in Portland in a state of shock.

Osama Bin Laden is dead (Party Rock Anthem)

Monday, May 2, 2011

Rihanna shoots “Man Down” in Portland

Portland was a hub of activity over the weekend as Rihanna took over the parish to shoot her video to the popular single “Man Down”.

Directed by US director, Anthony Mandler, and using some Jamaican crew, reports are that the shoot was a success.

Mr. Lexx is the last Jamaican dancehall artiste to lose his US visa

The list of Jamaican entertainers being denied United States visas seems to be expanding as its now being reported that Dancehall star, Mr. Lexx has had his visa revoked.

It has been reported that Mr. Lexx was at the Norman Manley International Airport expecting to leave for a show in the U.S. when he was turned back by officials who told him that his visa was revoked.

Bounty Killer plays a smart Rodney Price

Ace deejay Bounty Killer decisively dismissed the notion that he can't help but being 'cross, angry and miserable' when he surprised fans with an incredible 'culture-lace' set at Western Consciousness 2011, which climaxed at Paradise Park, in Westmoreland, early Sunday morning.

With fans already in a tizzy following earlier high-calibre performances by the likes of the time-less Freddie McGregor, Luciano, reggae icon King Sounds, D'Angel, the classy Dubtonic, risqué female deejay Tanya Stephens and House of Leeds recording star Iyahblazze, the nattily attired Bounty Killer, clad in his trademark full black, hit the stage with authority, declaring himself, "Rodney Pryce (his correct name) in hi-definition."

good songs

Bounty Killer soon had the fans rocking gleefully to his lyrics as, in between declaring that, 'a long time me a sing good songs but it's like them like when me get cross, angry and miserable,' he rolled steadfastly through songs like, Poor People Fed-up, Cyaa Believe Me Eye, Originality, Down In The Ghetto and Before Dem Seek God.
After declaring that, "they can take away my visa but they can't stop my voice from leave yah," Bounty Killer got even hotter, reeling off, Born As A SuffererThe Country Mash-UpBook,Cellular and Too Dangerous, before taking a break to encouraged parents to send their children to both regular school and Sunday school, arguing that the children should be exposed to God as well as a good education.

World most wanted Terrorist Osama Bin Laden was killed by special force soldiers.May 1 2011

Osama bin Laden, the glowering mastermind behind the September 11, 2001, terror attacks that killed thousands of Americans, was killed in an operation led by the United States, President Barack Obama said yesterday.

A small team of Americans carried out the attack and took custody of bin Laden's remains, the president said, in a dramatic late-night statement at the White House.

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Controversy swirls over Shabba Ranks’ None A Dem single

Shabba Ranks latest single None A Demhas sparked some heated arguments in the entertainment industry.

None A Dem is produced by Stephen 'Di Genius' McGregor on the popular Pepper Riddim but since the release many dancehall followers believe the single is a straightforward hit on dancehall artiste Vybz Kartel.

Beenie Man urges Barbados to ‘ease up on Jamaicans’ 2011

International dancehall artiste Beenie has weighed in on relations between Barbados and Jamaica after allegations surfaced that Jamaicans traveling to the CARICOM country were abused by immigration officers at the Grantley Adams International Airport.

No stranger to controversy, Beenie Man has said that given the close music relationship between the countries, things should have gone differently.