Canada’s Reggae Stars Unite for Hurricane Beryl Relief Concert
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by Reggae North
5d ago
In the wake of the devastating Category 4 Hurricane Beryl, which struck Jamaica on July 3, 2024, causing significant damage and loss of life, the Jamaican Canadian community is rallying together to provide much-needed support. A benefit concert, under the distinguished patronage of Her Excellency Marsha Coore-Lobban, High Commissioner of Jamaica to Canada, will be held to raise funds for those most impacted by the disaster. The concert, organized by the Jamaica Diaspora and Friends of Jamaica in Canada, is set to feature a stellar lineup of Canada’s top reggae and dancehall artists, comedians ..read more
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The Crowning Tour to Celebrate Leroy Sibbles
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by Natasha Williams - Star Writer
5d ago
Bassline King’ and musical legend Leroy Sibbles is “grateful” to be receiving his ‘flowers’ while he’s alive.  The veteran will be honoured with a tour, dubbed ‘The Crowning – Leroy Sibbles in Concert’, acknowledging his contributions to the musical landscape throughout his more than 60-year career. “There’s no words I can find to state how I really feel,” Sibbles said, with a laugh. “I’m really glad and appreciative of what’s really happening right now, and I hope that it will all be a total success.” Sibbles, who was the lead singer for the popular rocksteady and reggae group The Hepton ..read more
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Don Husky Eyes South American Market
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by Ralston Barrett
5d ago
Dancehall artiste Don Husky has his eyes firmly placed on the South American Market. “Jah T from Jah T Promotion and Stampede told me that the people in South America love Jamaican music, but I didn’t fully understand what they meant until I visited Panama with him in May. The people over there have a tremendous respect for Jamaican Culture,” said the artiste. The gravelly-voiced deejay who was once signed to Down Sound Records recently did a series of shows in Panama. “I performed at the Black Ethnic Parade in Rio Abajo and Colon City. I also performed at one of the hottest clubs in the count ..read more
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Felva and Friends Show Swag on WYFT
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by Howard Campbell
5d ago
Rising American singer/DJ/producer Felva continues his genre-blending with ‘Weyuhfindthis’ (aka WYFT), his new song that also features Busta Rhymes, Ding Dong and Popeye Caution. It was released on July 7 by The Conglomerate Ent, which is owned by Busta Rhymes. Felva, who produced the track, is a major player in Miami’s party scene. He told this column that ‘WYFT’ is about all what’s hip. ‘‘Weyuhfindthis’ is all about fashion, style, and swagger. If you’re wearing a dope outfit or a nice pair of shoes or driving a cool car or simply come up on something dope in general, it’s like ‘yo, weyuhfin ..read more
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Tinadimples Warns Karma Real
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by Ralston Barrett
5d ago
Dancehall artiste Tinadimples believes it is always important to treat people with kindness and respect. “It’s very unfortunate that we are now living in a world where most people are only concerned about material things. It’s like most of our values have gone out through the window. However, I still believe that it’s important to be kind and respectful to others,” she said. The Philadelphia-based deejay is gearing up to release a thought-provoking new single titled ‘Karma Real’. “This song was inspired by a situation that I observed very closely a while back when a friend of mine was involved ..read more
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Showing Love for the Motherland
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by Howard Campbell
5d ago
Like many Jamaican youth, Alwayne Love heard very little about Africa’s impact on modern civilization when he was a schoolboy in Jamaica. Strange, considering that country is the birthplace of Marcus Garvey and Bob Marley, champions of black empowerment. On ‘Africa the Motherland’, Love hails the much-maligned continent for its achievements which he belatedly discovered through feverish research on the Internet. The song is produced by Christopher Campbell for T25 Records “I did not learn enough about Africa as a student in high school except for the (Trans-Atlantic) Slave Trade which was quit ..read more
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YG Marley
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by Reggae North
5d ago
Joshua Nesta “YG” Marley (born December 5, 2001) is an American singer and songwriter. He is the son of rapper and singer Lauryn Hill and former football player Rohan Marley, and the grandson of reggae pioneer Bob Marley. He is best known for his 2023 debut single “Praise Jah in the Moonlight”, which entered the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100, and peaked within the top ten in the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Norway, and Sweden. Read More ..read more
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Inoah – Chosen
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Damian ‘Junior Gong’ Marley – Wisemen
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Teejay – 4th of July
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