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Junior ‘Heavy D’ Fraser is a ­multifaceted dynamo. Having been involved in the music industry for more than 40 of his 60 years on planet Earth, Heavy D has seen a lot and has done much more. He has managed more artistes than he can count and has...

According to the organisers of the annual Dennis Brown Tribute Concert, this Sunday’s event will be more than a tribute to a musical genius as they will also be paying homage to the man behind the hits. Junior Lincoln, chairman of the Dennis Brown...

Gregory Isaacs is notably one of Jamaica’s premier reggae singers. His expansive catalogue includes Mr Cool, the 1996 album which earned him his first Best Reggae Album Grammy nomination as a solo artiste. He would earn three more nominations in...

Reggae artiste Protoje has described the Government, organisers of Reggae Month, as “dinosaurs” who ignore booking trending conscious artistes to the detriment of developing the music economy. He also blasted Government for not...

Kingston Creative has made it their life’s mission to “make downtown Kingston a vibrant centre for creatives and creative entrepreneurship in the Caribbean”. With that mantra in mind, and in recognition of Reggae Month, the group...

With just seven songs in 28 minutes, Chaka Khan’s Hello Happiness is a little bundle of joy emphasis on little. But you shouldn’t feel short-changed. Consider it, instead, as a corrective to all those over-long, overblown...

Once everything was awesome, now everything is bleak! The much-anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed, global box official phenomenon that started it all, The Lego Movie 2, reunites the heroes of Bricksburg in an all-new action-packed...

Organisers of the Red Rose for Gregory concert are already in talks with R&B sensation Brian McKnight to headline next year’s event.

The Jamaica Music Museum’s Grounation series for Reggae Month continued on Sunday under the broad theme ‘As Free as We Want to Be – Dancehall A Liberating Ethic’, with the discussion centred around the sub-theme ‘Dancehall Stardom Version 1: Crime, Just
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