CHRONIXX NOMINATED FOR 60TH GRAMMY AWARDS®

CHRONIXX NOMINATED FOR 60TH GRAMMY AWARDS® FOR BEST NEW REGGAE ALBUM Shines As Only Reggae Artist to Make ROLLING STONE’S 2017 Best Albums List Amidst the last leg of his 2017 Chronology World Tour, Chronixx earns two major accolades for his debut album Chronology this week. The Jamaican singer receives his first GRAMMY nod… Continue reading

Legends of Dancehall & Reggae Promise a Historic Event Aboard the Love and Harmony Cruise

New York, NY (November 10, 2017). The second annual Love and Harmony cruise is already being anticipated as one of the most historic event in dancehall and reggae culture. On October 28th, Winford Williams and the Onstage TV crew (Jamaica national TV program) made a stop by the Harmony House… Continue reading

Chronixx does it big for Jamaican leg of Chronology Caribbean Tour

Having released Chronology earlier this year, Chronixx has been touring extensively, having already visited Japan, Europe, US and the UK, and is now ready to bring the “skankin’” closer to home with the Chronology Caribbean Tour which will further include Chronixx Live in Jamaica. Chronixx and the Zincfence Redemption Band… Continue reading

Raging Fyah Releases Alluring New Version of ‘Would You Love Me’ Featuring Cidade Negra

Coming off their Grammy nominated album ‘Everlasting,’ Raging Fyah releases the remix single ‘Would You Love Me’ featuring Brazilian reggae powerhouse, Cidade Negra available on all digital music platforms May 12th. The two acts bring together a distinctive blend of reggae flavor just in time for Brazil’s National Reggae Day… Continue reading

VP/Greensleeves Kicks off 40th Anniversary Celebrations with “White Man In Hammersmith Palais” Topping Billboard Reggae Chart

Greensleeves’ limited press 7” EP “White Man In Hammersmith Palais” debuts at #1 this week on the Billboard reggae chart. This celebratory feat kicks off the 40th anniversary of Greensleeves Record Label, which will release various special edition albums and host events with some of VP/Greensleeves notable artists. “White Man… Continue reading

MIRF returns with its 14th edition for Montreal’s 375th with reggae’s hottest performers

Montreal, April 26, 2017 – On August 18, 19 and 20, the Montreal International Reggae Festival (MIRF) will present its 14th edition at the Old Port of Montreal, maintaining its theme United Against Violence. This year promises yet again the highest calibre of Jamaican and West Indian talent, spanning the… Continue reading

Renowned Greensleeves Record Label Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Legendary U.K. based reggae label, Greensleeves Records will celebrate its 40th anniversary with new and commemorative product releases and multiple events in London, Paris and New York throughout Spring and Summer 2017. The festivities will commence in April for Record Store Day and continue through September capping at the Notting… Continue reading

Canada Rumble to Convene Talented Canadian Sound Systems for Epic Sound Clash

December 2016 — Toronto, Canada (Irish and Chin) — With Canada in the international sound clash spotlight, as a result of native sound King Turbo’s amazing World Clash victory, it’s no surprise that some of the country’s brightest sound system prospects are amped to showcase their competitive DJ skills in… Continue reading

1st Annual One World Ska & Rocksteady Music Festival

Kingston, Jamaica the birthplace of Ska and Rocksteady music, two of the most popular musical genres played around the world today, will host the 1st Annual One World Ska & Rocksteady Music Festival on Saturday and Sunday, November 26 and 27, 2016 at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre, in Kingston.… Continue reading

Movement restricted – Dancers not benefiting from dancehall’s int’l resurgence

Local entertainers have been encouraged to capitalise on the recent resurgence of dancehall in mainstream media overseas. Dancers, too, are being urged to take advantage of the opportunities that come with dancehall being thrust back into the international spotlight. Dancers reveal, however, that it may be easier said than done… Continue reading