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Reggae Artist Paul Blake AKA Franky Pall Has Died

Reggae Artist Paul Blake  AKA Franky Pall Has Died Franky Pall passed on at the University Hospital after suffering from an ailment for some time. Born in Jamaica in 1965,Blake was born blind but as a child had his sight partially restored by an operation on a hospital ship.[2][3] He sang for, and impressed Stevie…

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Queen Ifrica “Climb” Tops Billboard Reggae Chart

Queen Ifrica “Climb” Tops Billboard Reggae Chart   Reggae’s has ceremoniously taken her throne at the top of the Billboard Reggae chart, as her latest studio album “Climb” debuts at #1 this week. Sales of the album were bolstered by an in-store/acoustic performance event at VP Records’ Florida location as well as strong digital album…

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Chronixx Signs Endorsement Deal With Adidas Features In Vogue

  Chronixx is the new face of Adidas for the brand’s new SPEZIAL Spring Summer ’17 collection. The singer was also featured on Vogue magazine. The reggae singer recently shot a short film for the sports wear brand in Jamaica giving fans an insight into the world of roots and culture. “The film explores the…

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Alkaline Confirmed For Reggae Sumfest 2017

Dancehall artiste Alkaline will return to the Reggae Sumfest stage this Summer after a three year hiatus, Josef Bogdanovich confirms. Bogdanovich says the ‘Champion Boy’ deejay was added to the Music Festival’s 2017 lineup after his huge fan base demanded he was booked for the event. Alkaline will headline Dancehall Night alongside the ‘Queen of…

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Popcaan Joins Drake Boy Meets World Tour

Popcaan has officially joins Drake’s “Boy Meets World” tour in Europe and will make several more appearances on the trek. Sources inside OVO told Dancehall HipHop that the Unruly Boss traveled to Europe to join Drake on the tour as an opening act for the remainder of the tour dates. This weekend the tour will…

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Air Supply for benefit concert in Tower Isle, St Mary, on June 24

  Perennial favourite Air Supply returns to Jamaica for another performance. The Australian soft rock duo of Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock is slated to rock a benefit concert dubbed An Evening with Air Supply. It will be hosted by The Issa Trust Foundation at Couples Sans Souci in Tower Isle, St Mary, on June…

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Rihanna Accepts Harvard’s Humanitarian of the Year Award

 “I’m incredibly humbled” Rihanna says “I’m incredibly humbled” during her acceptance speech for her Harvard’s 2017 Humanitarian of the Year award. The Bajan mega pop star was named this year winner of the Peter J. Gomes Humanitarian Award for her philanthropic work over the last few years with her Clara Lionel Foundation. She stepped out…

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