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Sean Kingston, En Vogue, Popcaan, Beenie Man highlights from Shaggy and Friends 2016 benefit concert.

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The 17th Annual Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards was held @ Devon House on May.28.2015.

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The 9th annual staging of Best Of the Best music fest held in Miami. Highlights feature performances by Shabba Ranks, Spice, Lady Saw, Tiger, Wayne Wonder, Alkaline, Capleton, Warrior King and others.

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Big Ship Music Inc. in association with Countyline Chiropractors presents World Sound System Music Festival 2015. Held at the Central Broward Reg. Park over the course of two days May 22/23. Images are from night 2 which featured vintage classics played by Krazy Kris, Collin Hinds, Mikey Thompson, Cancer, Mello Canary, C-Roy and Eva Neva.

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Big Ship Music Inc. in association with Countyline Chiropractors presents World Sound System Music Festival 2015. Held at the Central Broward Reg. Park over the course of two days May 22/23. Images are from night 1 which featured reggae and dancehall played by Body Guard, Down Beat the Ruler, King Turbo, King Waggy T, Supa Sound, Silver Hawk and ZJ Bambino.

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Group A match day 3- Jamaica (0) v Panama (2). A disappointing campaign by all accounts for the Reggae Boys as they dropped 3 valuable points to a high flying Panama squad who were yet to lose or concede a goal. Unlike their Jamaican hosts Panama are in impressive form and are on track to qualify and win their group, as they head to the final phase of the competition. The Reggae Boys lost the match due to Panama’s very disciplined defense as well as surgical forward and midfield play. Jamaica are now 2nd from bottom of the pile and are staring at the exit doors of the tournament. Panama are still group leaders. #concacaf #2015 #championship #kingston #jamaica #football #panama #reggaeboys #independencepark

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Group A match day 3- Aruba (0) v U.S.A (8). After a relatively slow start to the tournament the United States were determined to prove why they deserved to qualify for the U20 World Cup in New Zealand. Thrashing Aruba 6 goals to nil within the first 32 minutes U.S.A ran out with all guns blazing against a young inexperienced Aruba squad, who fought hard to keep the U.S.A forwards and midfielders at bay. In the end U.S.A were stronger and played the more mature game, taking their chances and scoring with clinical precision. The final score line would prove to be a valuable result for the U.S.A who were without a win after their first 2 matches. They now sit 4th and hope to make up ground on group leaders Panama followed by Guatemala. #concacaf #championship #2015 #wcq #kingston #jamaica #aruba #usa #football #independencepark

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Group A match day 3- Guatemala (2) v Trinidad & Tobago (0) After a well deserving win versus the Reggae Boys, Guatemala turned their focus to the Soca Warriors from T&T whom they also brushed aside with relative ease. An own goal and a calm finish from forward Mauro Portillo after T&T goalie Nicholas Nelson lost the ball just outside his area. Guatemala now second in group A with a strong possibility to qualify for the World Cup in New Zealand this summer. #concacaf #u20 #2015 #jamaica #guatemala #trinidad&tobago #wcq #newzealand #football #independencepark #kingston

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Group A matchday 2 – Guatemala (1) v Jamaica (0). Guatemela are in 3rd with 4 points from 2 matches after a spirited fight to gain 3 points against a moderate looking Jamaica squad. Jamaica are now second from the bottom with just 1 point from 2 matches. Guatemala will now face T&T who will look to kick on with another win.#concacaf #u20 #wcq #newzealand #2015 #kingston #jamaica #independencepark #yardreel

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