Mavado’s just seems to be the topic today.
Last Saturday night at The March of Three Kings concert, headlined by Mavado, Elephant Man and Wayne Marshall, gunshots were fired and a stampede occurred. According to The Jamaican Observer: “During the concert, the sound selectors, Elephant Man and Mavado all voiced expressions of violence as a means to rev-up the thick crowd. The favourite target of the selectors and Elephant Man were gays whilst Mavado lyrically attacked his nameless enemies. Wayne Marshall kept his set clean. “We nah kill no fish. We just saying we nah switch non…
So the story goes like this, Mavado appeared on Synergy TV to promote his show in Trinidad. However, when Host Jason Williams asked him about his collaboration with Soca star Ken Marlon Charles aka KMC (known for his famous track Soul on Fire), Mavado out right denies that the person on the track is not him. He resoundingly says “THAT’S NOT ME” three times!
Well word got back to KMC about Mavado’s claims and KMC did what any Caribbean star would do….he took it to twitter. One of his tweets was sent to Wayne Marshall but…
This year the historic 30th International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA) ceremony will be held on Saturday, May 28th 2011, at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA), Port of Spain, Trinidad. (pictured above)
The Awards weekend celebration begins Thursday, May 26th and continues through Monday, May 30th, 2011. President of IRAWMA, Ephraim Martin, said that “IRAWMA goes beyond the realm of simply awarding and acknowledging Reggae/Jamaican music.” He notes that “the ceremony also continues to recognize the wealth of Caribbean region’s talent.” This year’s nominees comprise of individuals and acts which represent the Caribbean, African…
Foxy Brown is back in the news…again! This time, Tom Joyner revealed on his morning radio show that he kicked her off his Fantastic Voyage cruise, due to her”foxy-like” behavior that we have grown to hear about.
Joyner said on his show: “We put Foxy off the cruise. Let’s just say she got put off. You had to really act a fool to get put off.” According to NecoleBitchie.com – “Tom and his fellow hosts did share that, because the ship doesn’t have a jail, Foxy was “sent to her cabin” and “locked…
(Miami, FL – March 22, 2011) South Florida’s premier music and lifestyle promotions companies, XO Management and Rockers Island Entertainment, are proud to announce the expansion of Best Of The Best, their long-running Memorial Weekend destination event, which returns to the city of Miami this May 26th – 30th. Presented by FEVER Stimulation Beverage, Best Of The Best Weekend 2011 will be anchored by two blockbuster music festivals held downtown at Bicentennial Park (1075 Biscayne Blvd.), and also feature a series of smaller gatherings and activities that honor the city’s vibrant, multicultural community.
“This year it’s about celebrating our differences in the same backyard,” explains Rockers Island CEO, Joseph Louis….
I’ve had the pleasure of working behind the scenes for Biyome Muir aka I-Octane…big shout out to his management Destine Media!
On a serious note, I-Octane seems to have popped out from no where but he has put many years in the business and is now reaping his rewards. Definitely one of the Caribbean’s rising cultural ambassadors and he is seriously dominating the reggae scene and even the award shows! Check out some of his videos: Lose A Friend Think A Little Time
Reggae lovers are gearing up for next week’s big “Anything Goes” concert in NYC, presented by Tha Gov, DJ Norie.
Headlining is Reggae’s royal blood – Stephen Marley and his band The Ghetto Youths Crew. The cast also includes Barrington Levy, Richie Spice and Romain Virgo. These reggae kings will hit the legendary BB Kings stage in Times Square on Wednesday 30th March.
It’s Norie’s 2nd year “Anything Goes” anniversary for which he has his weekly Caribbean show (after the same name), every Sunday on New York’s #1 Urban Station – Power 105.1 from 8pm.
Get that paper Norie… you’re my hero! LOL
The latest dance in dancehall called the “Come Inna Di Dance”. Check out Cookie-Jah aka Mista Boasy as he demonstrates the movements!
It’s a brilliant idea! Clorox Bleach and Vybez Kartel! Who ever came up with this, is a comical genius!
The famous Jamaican cartoonist, Clovis has finally gotten a response from Vybez Kartel. Kartel has been the subject of many of Clovis’ drawing and decided to give him a taste of his own medicine. Check Vybez Kartel’s artwork:
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