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Her Name Is Denyque

Performing artiste Denyque recently released her debut EP titled “Her Name Is Denyque,” at the famous Red Bones Blues Cafe. The EP features 6 tracks including Make Me Believe you, Ring the Alarm and How To Rave. Hosted by Craigy T other performers on the night included DMajor, Ice Man, Chino McGregor, Bay C and
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17th Annual Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards

The 17th Annual Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards was held on Thursday May.28.2015 at Devon House Kingston Jamaica. The event created by Mrs. Novia McDonald-Whyte, serves to highlight and recognize local excellence in food service while celebrating Jamaican cuisine. With 62 restaurants and bar booths showcasing a mixture of gourmet menu dishes, local cuisine,
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Best Of The Best 2015

On May 24th Bayfront Park Miami played host to the 9th annual Best Of The Best Music Fest concert series. Reggae, Dancehall and Soca fans from across the world gathered in downtown Miami to see performers such as Morgan Heritage, Wayne Wonder, Capleton, Lady Saw, Bunji Garlin and others. A show geared towards upholding the
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World Sound System Music Festival 2015

Memorial Day weekend 2015 got off to a musical start in Ft. Lauderdale. Big Ship Music Inc. in association with Countyline Chiropractors presented World Sound System Music Festival 2015 held at the Central Broward Regional Park over the course of two days May 22/23. Sound system followers on night 1 were treated to hardcore reggae
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March.4.2015 Dubwise Wednesday series continues. Pictured @kabakapyramid and @yaadcore   Image by R. Hohn

Wild Life Negril

On an island paradise where much of the terrain is owned by wood and water, the local forest reserve remains home to some of nature’s most exotic creatures. Some creatures are on the brink of extinction, but with wild life enthusiasts like Dwayne Smith still around, persons will continue to be educated about the importance
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For a long time Jamaica has been battling with the widespread use of marijuana, but on Tuesday Feb. 24.2015 the Government of Jamaica took a bold step towards regulating an industry that, despite the ‘war on drugs’ campaign has continued to thrive. In parliament Tuesday law makers passed a relaxed version of the ganja law,
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Rebel Salute 2015 The Preservation Continues

  The preservation of reggae continues as Rebel Salute celebrated its’ 22nd staging. Staying true to its’ fundamental roots, Rebel Saluters were gifted with another showcase of live indigenous roots reggae music.The showcase offered a response to the idea that reggae has found roots elsewhere, an idea that has caused much concern and debate involving
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Kingston Dub

September.24.2014. Another edition in the Dubwise Wednesday series hosted by Yaadcore featured Rockers Sound Station with Gabre Selassie at the control. Gabre Selassie is the owner and operator of Rockers Sound Station, a sound system dedicated to giving patrons an opportunity to experience authentic roots reggae dub music. It was established in the early 70’s
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Rebel Salute 2014 – Rebel With A Touch Of Class

Whoever said that reggae music was dead were again proven wrong. Rebel Salute lived up to expectation as people turned out in their thousands to witness the power of Reggae. Priory St. Ann was transformed into a melting pot of people from across the world all pledging allegiance to the Reggae lifestyle. Night 1 featured
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