Monthly Archives: April 2014

Police hold two suspects in murder of mother, two sons

MANCHESTER, Jamaica – An angry crowd is now gathered at the Porus Police Station in Manchester after police held two suspects for questioning following a gruesome triple murder in the parish Tuesday morning.

VETERAN SINGER TONY GREGORY TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM “SEASONS!”

GREGORY… “tracks are reggae fused with other Caribbean sounds in addition to R&B and ska.”

VETERAN reggae singer Tony Gregory is set to release his latest album entitled Seasons at the end of this month.

PM has been ‘working, working, working’

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller on Tuesday sought to justify her overseas travels saying that seeking opportunities for trade and partnerships with other countries is integral to getting investments for the country.

MACKA DIAMOND APOLOGIZES TO PANAMA FOR HER NON-PERFORMANCE!

MACKA DIAMOND… “they came without my fee and the contract that I signed said that I should receive payment at the hotel”

“THE INTERNATIONAL MARKET CHOOSES OLD SCHOOL REGGAE OVER THE NEW GENERATION” ACCORDING TO DJ JOHNNY P!

A young Sister Nancy.—

Bam Bam by Sister Nancy was recently used by Reebok in a campaign for its new sneaker line.

The 32-year-old song joins a long list of tunes from veterans that have been refocused by international companies, producers and recording artists.

RIVAH JORDAN, SON OF JACK RADICS, CARVES OUT HIS OWN MUSICAL PATH!

Rivah Jordan—

 By Curtis Campbell—-

International chart-topper Jack Radics, who thrilled the world with mainstream hits such as No Matter and Twist and Shout, along with Chaka Demus and Pliers, has endorsed his son Rivah Jordan’s musical pursuits.