‘We gave professional guidance’ In a response to recent pronouncements by DJ Moses ‘Beenie Man’ Davis that he is severing ties with his long-time management outfit, Shocking Vibes Productions, Patrick Roberts of Shocking Vibes has issued a statement standing behind his company’s handling of the DJ’s career.
Archive for December, 2006
Sanchez in harmony with life A nightingale of music who captivated audiences with his every performance, Kevin Anthony Jackson, popularly known as ‘Sanchez’, was the golden voice of Jamaican music. In a dance when the lights were dimmed and lovers slowly rocked together, a selector could draw upon hit after hit from the Sanchez arsenal [...]
Another Beenie ‘war’ There is yet another split in the music business. This time, it’s between Don Mafia and Beenie Man. Don Mafia, whose real name is Carl Udah, says the latest feud stems from the fact that Beenie Man went behind his back and registered his company, Mafia House, under his (Beenie’s) and D’Angel’s [...]
Iroko sound production prepares for reggae carnival in Rivers In a bid to bring back reggae music to contention in the music industry, a Port Harcourt based reggae outfit, Iroko sounds production is preparing for a state wide reggae carnival that would torture top reggae musicians within Rivers State and beyond as well as upcoming [...]
Jamaican Reggae Star Alaine Rocks Nevis with ‘No Ordinary Love’ On Saturday night Reggae Superstar Alaine performed her hit single ‘No Ordinary Love’ off her latest album entitled ‘Unknown’. The concert which was put on by New Sound Promotions featured the Shatta Flex Dutty Wine dancers out of Jamaica as well as DJ Andrew D [...]
Jimmy Riley and Delly Ranx team up for Love And Devotion remake The remake of Love And Devotion featuring Jimmy Riley and Delly Ranx is among the new releases out of the Cap Calcini Company (Reggae Box Project Distribution) which is situated at 16 College Crescent in the Kingston 20 area.
Lived up to both good and bad hype Despite reports of a patron being shot and injured by a member of the Supreme Promotions team and daylight bomb rush by the Warlord, Bounty Killer, in an attempt to challenge arch-rival Beenie Man to a lyrical slug fest which brought the curtains down, Guinness Sting 2006 [...]
Bounty, Beenie ‘booed’ at Island Explosion The cheers that greeted MC Nuffy’s “cross” early on Christ-mas morning went even higher and louder when Bounty Killer screeched “Good morning” to the huge audience at Leibas’ Esso Station in May Pen, Clarendon, but faded and turned to impatient handclaps as he proposed a clash with Beenie Man.
Cruise ship may stop at Brac Negotiations are in progress for the first cruise ship to visit Cayman Brac for more than five years. According to Port Superintendent Ashton Bodden, the last cruise ship call was April 2001. This was a small luxury cruse ship, the Windstar, which stopped twice on the Brac altogether and [...]
Sting female showdown By now everyone knows that several of the males who will be appearing on this year’s Guinness Sting event have being going at each other lyrically. But not to be outdone are the females who say that they too are prepared for any lyrical clash at the show.