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Vybz Kartel bemoans lack of local artiste support

KINGSTON, Jamaica -- Jailed DJ Vybz Kartel is said to be highly disappointed that not much support was shown by local artistes during his murder …

Vybz Kartel: Jamaican dancehall star found guilty of murder

Hundreds of Jamaicans chanted "free Kartel" outside court as the popular dancehall star Vybz Kartel was today found guilty of murder following a …

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Alborosie and Gentleman: Journey to Jah

Alborosie, the Italian born, and now Kingston resident has collaborated with German reggae artist Gentlemen to produce a wonderful title track for …

Mayor Rob Ford Declares 'Bob Marley Day' In Toronto

One love, one heart, let's get together and feel all right dance to Bob Marley with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.<p>Ford has declared Feb. 6 "Bob Marley Day" in the City of Toronto, issuing a proclamation Thursday in honor of one "Robert (Bob) Nesta Marley," whom he declares "an influential musician, …

“My Journey” new album release by I-Octane

Next: Stranger band “Here We Go” 2014 tour announcement<p>Jamaican native and reggae star I-Octane releases his newest album, fittingly titled <i>My Journey</i> …

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Chronixx Meets Monty Alexander and Ernest Ranglin at the Blue Note

A few weeks ago, some of Jamaica’s most notable musicians came together at the legendary Blue Note jazz club in New York City, for a one-time-only …

Wayne Smith's Under Mi Sleng Teng – the song that revolutionised reggae

In the history of Jamaican popular music, Wayne Smith's Under Mi Sleng Teng is a true milestone. The song's release in 1985 kick-started a new genre and changed the island's culture almost overnight. And it was not only Jamaica that was shaken by Sleng Teng's groundbreaking digital bass line. …