Lady Saw now a ‘servant of the Lord’

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Deejay Lady Saw says she will be cancelling all her dancehall shows because God has called her to work for Him. On her Instagram page a short while ago, Lady Saw, whose real name is Marion Hall, said God spoke to her today. “God has just spoken to me,” Hall … Continue reading

Strictly The Best Volume 52 & 53

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It is that time of year again. On December 11th, VP Records unleashes Volumes 52 & 53 of reggae’s longest running compilation series Strictly The Best. The 2015 edition of Strictly the Best features 28 of the hottest tracks in dancehall, roots and lovers rock by reggae’s top stars as … Continue reading

Singjay J Capri dies

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Sources have confirmed that singjay J Capri, who was hospitalised for more than a week following a motor vehicle crash, has died. The entertainer reportedly succumbed to her injuries this morning at the University Hospital of the West Indies in St Andrew. Social media users on Twitter … Continue reading

Lady G has the world smiling

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It was an eventful summer for dancehall’s foundation artist, Lady G! It all started in Toronto, Canada where she was recognized at the 4th Annual ReggaeXclusive Awards for Top International Foundation DJ & Singjay. The 34th edition of Montreal’s renowned “Jamaica Day” had Lady G as the headline artist, backed … Continue reading

Reggae’s Bad Boys call for Hall of Fame

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Brothers Ian and Roger Lewis, founding members of the Inner Circle band, believe Jamaica could realise benefits from its music with the creation of a multi-purpose Reggae Hall of Fame. “Reggae music is a universal thing. So the hall of fame would have to be self-sufficient that people from all over … Continue reading

Lucas DiPasquale feat. Popcaan — “No Talking”

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Popcaan and Lucas DiPasquale have formed an unusual alliance. DiPasquale became famous in Jamaica overnight when Popcaan tweeted out a link of the Canadian singer performing an unplugged medley of Fry Yiy’s own hits, nailing the dancehall deejay’s thick patois in spite of his being a Canadian kid with an … Continue reading