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Posts Tagged ‘ Mr. Vegas ’

SOME ENTERTAINERS POINT FINGERS AT ENTOURAGES FOR CAUSING TROUBLE!

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March 23, 2014
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Fantan Mojah—   Following Vybz Kartel’s conviction for the murder of Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams, veteran dancehall artist Mr Vegas is calling for artists to desist from associating themselves with large entourages. According to Mr Vegas in an interview with popular United States-based hip hop radio station Hot 97, entourages can be the recipe for...
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DOES DANCEHALL MUSIC NOW NEED A MESSAGE?

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February 23, 2014
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Twin of Twins— In recent times, players in the music industry have been arguing that dancehall music is on its death bed. Some critics have blamed producers, claiming that too many hip-hop rhythms were being made. Producers seem to have changed course in the last year or so, building new rhythms with authentic dancehall elements, in some cases sampling...
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MR. VEGAS INSPIRES WITH NEW SINGLE “LOVE YOURSELF!”

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July 12, 2013
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JULY 11, 2013 Kingston, Jamaica: - — Top flight Reggae/Dancehall artist Mr. Vegas, who is known for heart tugging compositions such as Do You Know (2006) and more recently Black and Proud, has once again affirmed his place in the Jamaican reggae scene with a new and provocative Reggae jam titled Love Yourself. This powerful song, co-produced by Mr. Vegas...
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DESPITE SLUGGISH SALES, MR. VEGAS IS “PLEASED” WITH SWEET JAMAICA!

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December 19, 2012
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By Howard Campbell Observer —— DESPITE a report of sluggish sales by American company SoundScan, singjay Mr Vegas is pleased with the performance of his latest album, Sweet Jamaica. According to SoundScan, as of December 9, Sweet Jamaica had sold a mere 1,963 copies in the United States where it was released in June...
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IT’S ANOTHER MOBO AWARD FOR SEAN PAUL!

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November 6, 2012
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SEAN Paul walked away with the award for Best Reggae Act, Saturday, November 3, at the 17th staging of the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards. The ceremony was held in Liverpool, England. Sean Paul   The deejay beat Popcaan, Konshens, Damian Marley, and Mr. Vegas to cop the award. It was his second...
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NEW DATE FOR CARIBBEAN FEVER MUSIC FESTIVAL IN BROOKLYN!

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November 1, 2012
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  Machel Montano, Mr Vegas, Doug E. Fresh, Morgan Heritage, Alison Hinds, Baby Cham, Slick Rick & T-MICKY rock BARCLAYS CENTER After carefully considering the post hurricane Sandy conditions that many of our ticket holders are experiencing, The Caribbean Fever Music Festival , Friday, November 2, at Barclays Center has been moved to December...
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DANCEHALL ARTISTS SPEAK OUT AGAINST THE “RESPECT JAMAICA 50″ CONCERT FOR LONDON’S 02 ARENA!

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June 24, 2012
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Konshens Artists claim Respect Jamaica 50 concert doesn’t truly represent Jamaican music history—– By Davina Henry—– The celebration on everybody’s lips are those surrounding Jamaica’s 50th anniversary. One event in the Golden Jubilee celebrations that has been getting attention is the ‘Respect Jamaica 50′ concert series to be held in London’s O2 Arena between...
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REVIEW: RAPPERS AND REGGAE ACTS SHARE THE STAGE AT BEST OF THE BEST!

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May 29, 2012
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  Mavado performs at Best of the Best in Miami. By JESSE SERWER Miami’s Best of the Best concert is one of the most prominent annual showcases for dancehall reggae in the U.S., attracting upwards of 10,000 spectators to the city’s downtown on the Sunday before Memorial Day. While the event has taken on more...
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JAMAICA’S 50th JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS BECOME THE FOCUS OF MANY PATRIOTIC SONGS!

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May 27, 2012
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Spanner Banner By Hasani Walters— While Mikey Bennett’s efforts at creating a Jamaica50 song hangs in limbo, a myriad of artists have, on their own, donned their black, green and gold, put pen to paper, and released songs for a most memorable milestone. Bennett was tasked with the job of creating a song last year for the celebrations...
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“WE ARE TIRED OF THEM” – ZIMBABWE PROMOTERS CLAMP DOWN ON JAMAICAN ARTISTS!

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May 18, 2012
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By Richard Johnson—— AFTER a recent slew of concerts featuring Jamaican reggae and dancehall acts, promoters in Zimbabwe are now moving to book and promote African acts for concerts in that country. Zimbabwean newspaper The Standard quotes the organiser of a concert set for that country’s capital city, Harare, next Friday, as saying they...
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