By Patience MandalaJamaica’s reggae artist Fantan Mojah real name Owen Moncrieffe has confirmed to perform in Malawi next month Malawi 24 can reveal.Organizers have confirmed that the 39 year old artist is expected to perform in the country in December but further details of the show could not be revealed.
Opposition Spokesman on Housing Dr Horace Chang
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Opposition Spokesman on Housing Dr Horace Chang says Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller must show NHT Contributors that she has their interests at heart by removing the remaining members of the board and insisting on an immediate independent investigation of the Outameni issue.
THE relationship between an artist and manager is an intense bond.
During his short but fruitful career, conscious reggae singer Garnet Silk built a strong relationship with manager Bridgett Anderson. So strong was this bond that, even today, 20 years since his transition, she speaks with the utmost respect and admiration for her former charge.
By Shereita Grizzle–
Reggae and Jamaica have been inextricably linked since its origin in the 1960s. The genre of music is considered to be ‘the heart and soul’ of the country’s entertainment landscape and holds an important place in the country’s history. Its contribution to theisland’s cultural development is significant and cannot be discredited. However,
The newly installed president of the Press Association of Jamaica, Dionne Jackson-Miller, said Jamaica is to be recognised for embracing the practice of journalism.
NCC boss wants no political hands on new body
Daraine Luton, Senior Staff Reporter
WITH the new procurement bill proposing to split the National Contracts Commission (NCC) from the Office of the Contractor General, the joint select committee of Parliament considering the legislation has been asked to ensure that there is daylight between the proposed Public Procurement Commission and the political directorate.
By Shereita Grizzle—
Melbourne Douglas, more popularly known in the entertainment sphere as ‘dBurnz’, is an up-and-coming roots reggae artist. While many may be familiar with dBurnz the artist, others may find it interesting to know that the entertainer also has a budding acting career.
Uprising Roots Band—
MIGHT Can’t Beat Right and Trench Town are the latest singles from the Uprising Roots Band which is gearing up to release its second album in early 2015.