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IT WAS A “MUSICAL TRIBUTE” TO GARNET SILK!

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April 28, 2015
IT WAS A “MUSICAL TRIBUTE” TO GARNET SILK!

   (L-R) Garnet Silk, D Medz, Aaron Silk THE latest in the Conscious Reggae Party series at the Countryside Club took place Friday in St Andrew. In memory of singer Garnet Silk, it was an entertaining affair. Aaron Silk, younger brother of the late artiste who would have been 49 on April 2, delivered...
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JAMAICA’S “MUSIC INDUSTRY ACHIEVERS AWARDS (MIA)” CALLS IT QUITS AFTER FIVE YEARS!

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April 28, 2015
JAMAICA’S “MUSIC INDUSTRY ACHIEVERS AWARDS (MIA)” CALLS IT QUITS AFTER FIVE YEARS!

 (L-R) Nackesha ‘Queenie’ Doyley, Chronixx, Spice– AFTER five years, the curtains have come down on the Music Industry Achievers (MIA) Awards, held at the Courtleigh Auditiorium in New Kingston, last Saturday. Conceptualiser Nackesha ‘Queenie’ Doyley said the event — which recognises persons who have contributed significantly towards the entertainment industry — simply “ran its...
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AMERICAN MUSICIANS SUE MOVIE STUDIOS FOR OUTSOURCING!

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April 28, 2015
AMERICAN MUSICIANS SUE MOVIE STUDIOS FOR OUTSOURCING!

 NEW YORK, United States (AFP) – A musicians union has filed a lawsuit against Hollywood studios for outsourcing scores for films including the blockbuster “Interstellar.” The union said that three studios — Warner Brothers, Paramount Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer — violated a collective bargaining agreement that music for Hollywood films would be produced in the...
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THIRTY PERCENT OF JAMAICANS HAVE NO BANK ACCOUNT!

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April 27, 2015
THIRTY PERCENT OF JAMAICANS HAVE NO BANK ACCOUNT!

 Colin Bullock.—- With more than 30 per cent of Jamaicans said to be “unbanked”, chairman of the Financial Services Commission (FSC), Colin Bullock, is calling for greater financial inclusion for all citizens as a key ingredient in fostering growth and national development. Financial inclusion refers to access to affordable financial services such as credit,...
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THE NATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANK OF JAMAICA (NCB) MAKES $3.2 BILLION IN PROFIT!

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April 27, 2015
THE NATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANK OF JAMAICA (NCB) MAKES $3.2 BILLION IN PROFIT!

 By Steven Jackson—- The NCB Atrium on Trafalgar Road in New Kingston— NATIONAL Commercial Bank of Jamaica (NCB), described as the island’s most profitable bank, announced that it made its highest quarterly profit ever for its March 2015 second quarter. NCB made $3.2 billion in after-tax net profit for its March second quarter 2015...
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THE SEARCH IS ON FOR TENEMENT YARD REMIXES!

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April 27, 2015
THE SEARCH IS ON FOR TENEMENT YARD REMIXES!

By Howard Campbelll—  Chronixx (foreground) and members of the Inner Circle Band.— INNER Circle and Warner Music have launched a competition to find songs for their Tenement Yard Remixes EP, scheduled for release in May. Kalle Sveder, chief operating officer of SKIO Music, said the concept was inspired by the success of Tenement Yard...
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SINGER HORACE MARTIN RETURNS WITH NEW ALBUM “SOUND CLASH SHOWCASE!”

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April 26, 2015
SINGER HORACE MARTIN RETURNS WITH NEW ALBUM “SOUND CLASH SHOWCASE!”

Veteran artist Horace Martin returns with a new album called Sound Clash. The producer is also a veteran in the person of Trevor Elliott, on whose Musical Ambassador label this project is released. Musical Ambassador is known for releasing seminal material by Edi Fitzroy and the late Johnny Ringo among others during the first...
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JAMAICAN SCHOOLS DOMINATE THE FINAL DAY OF PENN RELAYS!

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April 26, 2015
JAMAICAN SCHOOLS DOMINATE THE FINAL DAY OF PENN RELAYS!

 By Paula Reid—  Members of the Calabar High 4x100m team (from left) Juliane Walker, Zandre Blake, Michael O’Hara and Seanie Selvin hold aloft the Penn Relays plaque after their championship victory yesterday. (PHOTOS: COLLIN REID COURTESY OF TEAM JAMAICA BICKLE, VMBS, SUPREME VENTURES AND DIGICEL)— Jamaica’s high school boys jumpers swept all three events...
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“DRIPPING BLOOD” HOLDS ON TO THE NO.1 SPOT FOR A THIRD WEEK!

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April 26, 2015
“DRIPPING BLOOD” HOLDS ON TO THE NO.1 SPOT FOR A THIRD WEEK!

THE FLORIDA TOP 15 ALBUMS/CD’s CHART                     4/24/14   Three weeks at No.1 TW       LW    WOC  TITLE                        ARTIST                       LABEL 1            1         14        DRIPPING BLOOD (3)        CARLENE DAVIS              GLORY MUSIC/VP 2            3         6          Ancient Future                        Protoje                          Overstand Record 3            -         1          Strictly Roots                          Morgan Heritage              CTBC Music Group 4            5         4          Producers...
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DANCEHALL STAR KONSHENS, TEAMS WITH DUTCH SINGER EVA SIMONS ON NEW SINGLE “POLICEMAN!”

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April 26, 2015
DANCEHALL STAR KONSHENS, TEAMS WITH DUTCH SINGER EVA SIMONS ON NEW SINGLE “POLICEMAN!”

 By Kevin Jackson—  (L) Konshens (R) Eva Simons— DUTCH singer/songwriter Eva Simons recently collaborated with dancehall star Konshens on the song Policeman. Produced by Dutch DJ/dance musician Sidney Samson, the track is expected to be a major summer hit in Europe. Simons, who is big in European Electronic Dance Music circles, had a massive...
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