February 6, 2013
Star Entertainment


Tommy Lee to christen his demons - New focus and direction for the artiste
“Dancehall deejay Tommy Lee Sparta, who has been described by international media such as Google Play as 'the Jamaican demonic MC' and VICE magazine as the 'Antichrist deejay', is singing a different tune..... read more
Noddy Virtue hosts Reggae Salute

Reggae artiste Noddy Virtue recently hosted a stage show in St Elizabeth called Reggae Salute, capitalising on the absence of Tony Rebel's Rebel Salute which moved to St Ann this year....

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Tajji lights up the dancehall scene with 'My Time Now'

Finally. After several years of showing great promise, dancehall artiste Tajji is realising his full potential. The young firebrand, signed to Gourzong Music Production, is now lighting up...

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Black Ryno aims for success this year

Dancehall artiste Black Ryno is aiming to duplicate his 2009 success this year. The artiste who gained popularity with songs like...

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'Uptown Rae Town' trademark rejected by JIPO

The trademark 'Uptown Rae Town' was rejected by the Jamaica Intellectual Property Office (JIPO) for the same foreseen confusion that now exist between two promoters over use of the tag 'Rae Town'...

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High energy at footloose

Non-stop dancing and a massive crowd were some of the strong points of Footloose that was held at the New Mas Camp, St Andrew, on Saturday....

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Contractor taps tourism market

Entertainer and music marketing guru Contractor has decided to diversify his music-promotion operations by tapping into the ever-busy and lucrative tourism market in Ocho Rios, St Ann.

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Manchester Awards promises to be bigger and better

The annual Manchester Awards is in its fourth year, and founder and veteran sound-system operator Pink Panther has promised it will be bigger and better than before...

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