Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Thursday | November 15, 2012
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Bling bling slows roots reggae artistes?
Over the last few years, dancehall has seen several new faces who have joined the industry to play their role in maintaining the musical culture. However, on the reggae side of things, up-and-coming reggae artistes appear...

JaMIN competition makes historic Trench Town showing
The finals of the Jamaica Music Institute (JaMIN) Song Competition, having been rescheduled as a result of Hurricane Sandy, will now be held on Saturday. Gates will open at 7 p.m...

Rave reviews for Toots tour
On the back of being announced as one of 50 acts to have an album on the 2013 edition of The Grammys' provisional list for Best Reggae Album, Toots Hibbert is getting rave reviews for a 20-city United States tour.The tour is in support of the Unplugged...

'Midnight Circus'tries to change nightlife landscape
Smirnoff is set to introduce something new to Jamaican nightlife called 'Smirnoff Midnight Circus'."There won't be any elephants doing handstands, however...

Giving a voice to the Unsung Beats - Boom Energy Drink competition seeks out talent
A new rhythm being released almost every week gives a clear indication that not only is there an insatiable appetite for music, but that Jamaicans are a uniquely talented set of people. According to a release...


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