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Producer Frankie Campbell of Frankie Music Productions (centre) hangs out with Romain Virgo (left) and Kumar Bent during a studio session.

For the time being, there are no stages on which to perform or parties to attend. But that doesn’t mean that the music industry activity has come to a sudden halt. Entertainers are getting more creative with online concerts, parties, and podcasts....

There is no specific season or reason for soca music, said Erphaan Alves, who has been pushing the ‘No Seasons’ campaign that promotes the release of soca music all year round. A true ambassador of the genre of his birthplace, Trinidad and Tobago,...

The Kingston Creative brand is bold and will persist in its promotion of downtown Kingston as a cultural, artful hotspot even as citizens are asked to keep off the streets in the continued effort to flatten the curve of the COVID-19 viral spread....

In an always exciting game of who will collaborate next, Alicia Keys has trumped much competition with a ‘reggae revived’ remix of her latest single, Underdog, featuring In.Digg.Nation boss Protoje and Zinc Fence Redemption leader,...

ALTHOUGH MANY Jamaicans are stuck at home, they still find ways to make waves across the globe. The latest feat begins with Forever Entertainment, a group of local millennials spending five euros for an online radio station package to host a...

NY: JAMAICA’S GRAMMY kid, Koffee, is enjoying a new lease on life with her single ‘ Toast’, which is now featured in a new Life Water (LIFEWTR) mainstream TV commercial, which premiered on television stations nationally in the USA. LIFEWTR is a...

DOROTHY CUNNINGHAM, Deon Silvera, Audrey Reid, Dahlia Harris and the late Elva Ruddock are just four of many women who Christopher ‘Johnny’ Daley, the frontman of Johnny Live Productions, continues to ‘big up’. “It’s not just about celebrating...

FOR A number of Jamaicans, the annual journey to the Little Theatre to experience the National Dance Theatre Company’s (NDTC) Easter Sunday Morning of Movement and Music is akin to making a pilgrimage. Overall, the classical, reflective, nostalgic...

In the quiet caused by COVID-19, where the entertainment industry lodges itself temporarily on social media, there is much to ponder about what happens when everything does get back up and running. Unfortunately, for the reggae music industry, as...

The local entertainment industry is currently said to be comatose, which makes it the perfect time for entrepreneurs to buckle down and come up with innovative ways to keep the otherwise bustling scene relevant and profitable. As artistes,...
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