Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | November 21, 2012
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Cocoa Tea produces on latest effort
Staying true to the foundation of lovers rock reggae music, artiste Cocoa Tea has indeed proven that he possesses both talent and longevity.On November 6, Cocoa Tea released his 22nd studio album, titled In a di Red....

'Why Me God?' surpasses Omari's expectations
BRIEFS'Why Me God?' surpasses Omari's expectationsSince releasing his debut novel Why Me God? in October, sales have surpassed the expectations of its author, gospel artiste Omari.Although unable to quote exact figures from the overall sales of the...

Pulse CMS comes to an end
Dancehall's 'certified diva', Tifa, rocked the Wyndham Ballroom on Sunday at Pulse's annual Caribbean Model Search (CMS) competition. The Move Your Body songstress gave an energetic and entertaining performance....

Astro debuts 'Morning Star'
Proponents of the theory of formalism in art posit that the artistic value of any work lies solely in its visual form and requires no insight into the artist. However, to fully appreciate the artistic brilliance that is in play in Astro Saulter's work...

Ward Theatre Foundation remembers Ruby Martin
The Sunday-morning concert Remembering Ruby Martin began with an enticing delivery of Jamaica's national anthem.Not only was the Sunday-morning concert at the Institute of Jamaica Lecture Hall show in memory of the late Ruby...


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