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GUEST RUNDOWNS

Postings from special guest contributors. From commentaries, to higher reasonings, to just running-off the mouth. “Everybody has an opinion!”

JAMAICAN-BORN CANADIAN-BASED ATHLETE DROWNS IN ST. KITTS!

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March 29, 2015
JAMAICAN-BORN CANADIAN-BASED ATHLETE DROWNS IN ST. KITTS!

 Daundre Barnaby, a Jamaican-born Canadian Olympic 400m runner, is suspected to have drowned while swimming in St Kitts-Nevis. Athletics Canada on Friday reported that Barnaby, 24, was swimming at a training camp on the Caribbean island with his teammates when a strong current swept him out to sea. “Daundre was swimming in the ocean...
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THE JAMAICAN GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES MAJOR ROAD REPAIRS TWO WEEKS AHEAD OF PRESIDENT OBAMA’S ARRIVAL!

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March 29, 2015
THE JAMAICAN GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES MAJOR ROAD REPAIRS TWO WEEKS AHEAD OF PRESIDENT OBAMA’S ARRIVAL!

 By Livern Barrett—   Gladstone Taylor/ Photographer Road work along Marescaux Road in Kingston.— Almost two weeks before United States President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit the island, the Government has rolled out a major road repaving program across sections of the Corporate Area. The project covers much of the route Obama is expected...
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SIZZLA LOCKED UP AFTER “CUSSING OUT” COPS IN A PERFORMANCE AT THE FALMOUTH POLICE STATION!

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March 29, 2015
SIZZLA LOCKED UP AFTER “CUSSING OUT” COPS IN A PERFORMANCE AT THE FALMOUTH POLICE STATION!

Sizzla—  Dancehall artist Miguel Collins, more popularly known as Sizzla Kolanji, has been charged for using expletives onstage during a performance at the Falmouth Police Station early yesterday morning. Sizzla had been invited in good faith to perform at the station for an entertainment event organised by the police Community Safety & Security Branch, a community outreach...
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NEW VOYAGE FOR JACKIE MITTOO IN AFRICA!

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March 29, 2015
NEW VOYAGE FOR JACKIE MITTOO IN AFRICA!

 Jackie Mittoo—- AT his musical peak, Jackie Mittoo recorded outstanding Afrocentric songs like Drum Song. Africa had a lasting impact on the keyboardist/arranger. Mittoo travelled to the west Africa country of Ghana in 1985 with British reggae group Musical Youth, who were riding high at the time with the hit song, Pass the Dutchie....
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IT’S WEEK NUMBER FOUR ON TOP FOR EDDIE MURPHY’S “OH JAH JAH!”

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March 29, 2015
IT’S WEEK NUMBER FOUR ON TOP FOR EDDIE MURPHY’S “OH JAH JAH!”

 THE SOUTH FLORIDA TOP 25 REGGAE CHART                               3/27/15   No.1 for 4 weeks   TW       LW    WOC  TITLE                        ARTIST                      LABEL              HPR 1            1         10        OH JAH JAH  (4)                 EDDIE MURPHY              VPAL CLASSIC      #1 2            2         12        Paparazzi                                 Beres Hammond              Heavy Beat Records #2 3            3         10        Life We Live                           Jah Cure                        Iyah...
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MAVADO “PHILIPPE CHOW ( ASIAN RESTAURANT) ONLY LIKES BLACK IN BEAN SAUCE!”

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March 29, 2015
MAVADO “PHILIPPE CHOW ( ASIAN RESTAURANT) ONLY LIKES BLACK IN BEAN SAUCE!”

Reggae Artist Mavado claims he was treated like a bum and even verbally abused at a fancy Asian restaurant … simply because he’s black. Sources close to Mavado tell TMZ … he hit up Philippe Chow in NYC for lunch Thursday with his family, when he was curiously put in the back of the restaurant, even though it...
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INNER CIRCLE AND CHRONIXX TAKE OVER THE NO.1 POSITION!

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March 28, 2015
INNER CIRCLE AND CHRONIXX TAKE OVER THE NO.1 POSITION!

THE FOUNDATION RADIO NETWORK TOP 30 MUSIC CHART  (NY)    3/27/15  TW      LW WOC TITLE                                       ARTIST                                    LABEL                       HPR 1          4       10        NEWS CARRYING DREAD (1) INNER CIRCLE/CHRONIXX  CIRCLE HOUSE MUSIC    #1 2          2       11        Hotter The Battle                    Chrisinti/Humbleton               Burt’s Villa Music   #2 3          4       12        Paparazzi                                 Beres Hammond                  Heavy Beat Records   #3...
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SINGER STEVIE FACE OPERATES SUCCESSFUL GAS STATION IN HIS HOMETOWN!

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March 28, 2015
SINGER STEVIE FACE OPERATES SUCCESSFUL GAS STATION IN HIS HOMETOWN!

By Richard Johnson—  Recording artist and entrepreneur Stevie Face pumps petrol for a customer at his service station. (PHOTOS: MICHAEL GORDON)— This is the first in a 10-part series looking at entertainers who have moved into business outside their industry. SINGER Stevie Face has always been aware of the fickle nature of the entertainment...
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PROTOJE TOPS BILLBOARD REGGAE CHART WITH “ANCIENT FUTURE!”

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March 28, 2015
ProtojeAncientFuture

By Sadeke Brooks— Two weeks after releasing his Ancient Future album, Protoje is currently holding the number-one spot on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart. The album, which is a collaborative effort between Phillip ‘Winta’ James of Overstand Entertainment and Protoje’s entity, Indiggnation Collective, was released on March 10. Two weeks later, the album is on top of...
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COCOA TEA’S NEW SINGLE URGES CHILDREN TO “STAY IN SCHOOL!”

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March 28, 2015
COCOA TEA’S NEW SINGLE URGES CHILDREN TO “STAY IN SCHOOL!”

By Cecelia Campbell-Livingston—- Cocoa Tea— Foundation reggae artist Cocoa Tea is now taking his lyrical message to the classroom. His latest single, Stay In School, is one which campaigns for students to embrace what’s important and pay attention to their school work, allowing nothing to distract them from what is important. According to the singer, the...
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