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PETER TOSH AND SEAN PAUL AMONG BILLBOARD MAGAZINE’S TOP 25 WEED SONGS!

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January 20, 2017
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 Peter Tosh— PETER Tosh’s militant Legalize It and Sean Paul’s party monster We Be Burnin’ have been named in Billboard Magazine’s Top 25 weed songs. The list includes light-it-up classics by Snoop Dogg ( The Next Episode), Bob Dylan ( Rainy Day Women No 12 & 35), Amy Winehouse ( Addicted) and Rihanna (...
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THE MARLEY ESTATE STOPS NEW ORLEANS-BASED PROMOTERS OF “THE MARLEY GRAS JERK CHICKEN FESTIVAL” FROM USING THE MARLEY NAME!

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January 20, 2017
THE MARLEY ESTATE STOPS NEW ORLEANS-BASED PROMOTERS OF “THE MARLEY GRAS JERK CHICKEN FESTIVAL” FROM USING THE MARLEY NAME!

Marley clan clamps down on festival Bob Marley— The Marley family has reportedly stepped in to prevent a New Orleans-based company from using the name Marley Gras to promote their jerk chicken festival. The NOLA Caribbean Festival has announced the inaugural Marley Gras Jerk Chicken Festival will now be known as the NOLA Jerk...
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GEORGE NOOKS TOPS THE NEW YORK/FOUNDATION RADIO NETWORK YEAR-END CHARTS!

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January 20, 2017
GEORGE NOOKS TOPS THE NEW YORK/FOUNDATION RADIO NETWORK YEAR-END CHARTS!

By Kevin Jackson—    George Nooks— SINGER George Nooks is reeling from a prolific 2016 on the New York reggae charts. His most recent album, the gospel-inspired Ride Out Your Storm and single of the same name, both did well on the year-end charts. The album Ride Out Your Storm is number two for...
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LEGENDARY SOUTH AFRICAN-BORN, JAMAICAN-BASED AUTHOR, JOURNALIST, PETER ABRAHAMS, DIES AT 97!

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January 19, 2017
LEGENDARY SOUTH AFRICAN-BORN, JAMAICAN-BASED AUTHOR, JOURNALIST, PETER ABRAHAMS, DIES AT 97!

 ABRAHAMS… made Jamaica his home in the 1950’s— PETER Henry Abrahams, the South African journalist and author who made Jamaica his home in the 1950’s, was found dead at his Rock Hall, St Andrew, home yesterday. Abrahams, who is better known for his hard-hitting commentaries on Radio Jamaica, was 97. According to Encyclopedia Britannica,...
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JEREME MORGAN (GRAMPS’ SON) MAKES THE BILLBOARD CHART WITH HIS DEBUT ALBUM “TRANSITION!”

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January 19, 2017
JEREME MORGAN (GRAMPS’ SON) MAKES THE BILLBOARD CHART WITH HIS DEBUT ALBUM “TRANSITION!”

BY KEVIN JACKSON—  Jemere Morgan.— Jemere Morgan, son of Morgan Heritage member Gramps Morgan, makes his debut on the Billboard Reggae album chart this week. His debut album Transition enters at number four. Transition, released on January 6 via Dada Son Entertainment, contains 17 tracks. It also includes collaborations with Toian (Bang Bang); Agent...
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SINGER TOM LAING TO TAKE HIS CAREER TO NEW HEIGHTS IN 2017!

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January 19, 2017
SINGER TOM LAING TO TAKE HIS CAREER TO NEW HEIGHTS IN 2017!

  New York-based reggae singer Tom Laing is ready to take his career to the top of the music world. The Trench Town born singer who is known for songs such as Belly of the Beast featuring Capleton, Finally Free and Front Door is set to release several new projects. His first release for...
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POETRY IN MOTION 2017, FEBRUARY 26, TO DONATE TO CHARITIES!

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January 18, 2017
POETRY IN MOTION 2017, FEBRUARY 26, TO DONATE TO CHARITIES!

   Dub poet Yasus Afari in performance at a previous staging of Poetry in Motion.Delahayes Photos– THE 14th staging of spoken word festival, Poetry in Motion (PiM) is scheduled for Manchester Golf Club on Brumalia Road, Mandeville, on Sunday, February 26. Showtime is slated for a 6:00 pm start. According to organizer Yasus Afari,...
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CORPORATE JAMAICA ACCUSED OF SIDING WITH SOCA OVER DANCEHALL!

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January 18, 2017
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By Curtis Campbell—- Bounty Killer— Carnival season 2017 is already on the lips of many Jamaicans with as many as four separate carnival brands aiming to take over the Corporate Area this year. With the scarcity of sponsorship for live shows in Jamaica, which incidentally saw the cancellation of Sting last year, some music industry...
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RARE HISTORIC DEAD HEAT RACE AT CAYMANAS PARK!

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January 17, 2017
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Trainers DaCosta, Nunes battle reaches new heights    Top: WHAT A DUEL: Vision of Gold (Omar Walker — on the outside) locked in battle with Counter Attack (Linton Steadman). The result was a dead heat. (Photos: Garfield Robinson) The 10th race at Caymanas Park on Saturday provided a grand finale to the day’s racing...
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UK-BASED REGGAE SINGER TALL RICH, HEADS TO JAMAICA TO PROMOTE NEW ALBUM “CHANGES!”

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January 17, 2017
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 Tall Rich.— UNITED Kingdom-based reggae singer Tall Rich said he would be heading to Jamaica in a few weeks to promote his album Changes. According to the entertainer, he would be re-releasing the set, which premiered in 2011. “I decided to release it in Jamaica as I want it to reach a more global...
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