Monthly Archives: April 2016

Sumfest shifts gear 

REGGAE Sumfest’s live performances will be scaled down from three nights to two, according to Josef Bagdonovich — new chairman of Summerfest Promotions — organisers of the event.

JetBlue pilot accused of flying drunk 

NEW YORK (AP) —A commercial pilot was under the influence of alcohol while flying a JetBlue airliner carrying 151 passengers last year from Orlando to New York City, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.

Pastor, cops say ‘financial occultism’ behind St James bloodshed 

A prominent pastor believes that major demonic forces are at play in the deadly lottery scamming scheme that has resulted in continued bloodshed in the western end of the island.

Prescription drugs found with Prince at death scene 

This photo taken on June 16, 1990 shows musician Prince performing on stage during his concert at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris. (Photo: AFP)

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Prescription drugs were discovered with Prince when he was found dead in his Paisley Park home in suburban Minneapolis, several news organizations reported.

BILLY PAUL OF “ME AND MRS. JONES” FAME, DIES AT 81!

This year just keeps getting sadder in the world of music, and this one really hits us hard. Legendary Philadelphia soul singer, Billy Paul, has died at age 81.

INDIAN INFLUENCE ON JAMAICA AND RASTAFARIANISM!

By Shubhi Mangla—-

The popular music form, Reggae has been acknowledged by a large number of people around the world. This form of music has actually originated in Jamaica in the late 1960’s. Reggae involves a powerful four-beat rhythm through drums, electric guitar, bass guitar and the scraper.