NEW YORK, NY, March 4, 2022 - : Jamaican reggae icon Bishop Denroy Morgan, 76, has died. The hitmaker who topped the international charts in 1981 with his smash single "I'll Do Anything for You" died peacefully yesterday in Atlanta after a brief illness, surrounded by close family members.
NEW YORK, NY, January 2022 - The 2022 edition and the 40th anniversary of the long-running International Reggae and World Music Awards, (IRAWMA) initially planned to be held on May 1st this year, has been postponed to May 7 2023, when the event is expected to be held in Kingston, Jamaica
NEW YORK, NY, January 27, 2022 - Dancehall Divas, a new urban lifestyle reality series, is now on Tubi. It was announced today that Season One of the fresh dancehall reality series will begin streaming exclusively in the North American market on the mega popular streaming platform.
Jamaica's Dancehall megastar Shaggy made history yet again, taking Jamaican culture to the Vatican City for Christmas Eve, where he was the only solo act from the Western Hemisphere to headline the 29th edition of the Christmas Concert 2021.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, December 9, 2021 -Legendary Jamaican bass player Robert 'Robbie' Shakespeare OD, died yesterday at the age of 68 at his home in Florida, United States.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, September 6, 2021 - Amateur film-makers Akeem White and Wesley Hylton have copped the top prize in the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission’s (JCDC) FI WI Short Film Competition.
MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, August 29, 2021 - Jamaican music pioneer and grammy award winning artiste, Rainford Hugh Perry, OD, affectionately referred to as Lee “Scratch Perry, died in the Noel Holmes Hospital in Lucea on Sunday morning. He was 85.
New York, NY, June 28, 2021 -: In a blockbuster move that some say is a definite game changer in radio broadcasting, the Caribbean Global Network (CGN) Group, the operators of Queens, New York-based IRIE Jam Radio will in July this year, launch a brand new radio station in Jamaica called The Bridge 99FM. 99FM was previously owned by the RJR communications group.
KINGSTON, Jamaica , June 23, 2021 - Prime Minister Andrew Holness has announced a structured re-opening of the entertainment industry bringing much relief to the sector which has been severely impacted by the measures imposed to contain the spread of Covid-19.
KINGSTON, Jamaica, Monday 21st June 2021: Summer 2021 is about to get in full gear and Hip-Hop artists TriSzy and Jayy Lav have joined forces with dancehall act Munga Honorable and cooked up what is sure to be the hot gyal anthem of the Season, with their latest release, “Pretty N Clean.”