D'Angel is lining up to perform alongside her ex-husband Beenie Man, at a show in Westmoreland on Saturday, January 27.
"The fans are already gearing up for this event because they know they will be entertained to the maximum. We have performed at several shows together throughout the years, but never at a concert. I'm really looking forward to it and very much excited to give the patrons a show and a half," D'Angel said.
The self-styled First Lady of Dancehall said that she is looking forward to performing hit songs One Man and Time Of My Life with her former flame.
Nesbeth's first debut album is to be titled A.M.E.N, an acronym that has been coined from his late wife's name.
Nesbeth's wife, Ann-Marie Elliot Nesbeth, died in 2016. The artiste is said to be in the studio laying down a number of recordings for the album.
Produced on the Entertainment Soul recording imprint, the album will feature a number of unheard songs with a few surprise collaborations. Known for his musical erudition, Nesbeth says that fans will be thoroughly pleased with the offerings. The compilation is expected to be released later this year.
Meanwhile, the reggae crooner said that the official single for 2018 has been titled My Year. The biggest song of his career, My Dream, was released in 2015.
Symatic is confident that he will become a dancehall powerhouse.
"There are lots of things that I have to offer dancehall music worldwide. I offer something new, something fresh that I know a lot of people will be interested in listening to," he said.
Symatic, who was the male winner of last season's Magnum Kings & Queens of Dancehall, released two new singles Day In Day Out and Nah Mind No Man in 2017.
"So far, I have been getting great reviews on these songs. I am very happy with the overall reception. Each time I performed the audience would sing along," said Symatic.