Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Wednesday | February 6, 2013
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Marley still relevant in death - Artistes, industry insiders still believe reggae icon has much to give
More than 30 years since his death and Bob Marley's relevance and legacy is undeniable, locally and abroad. With Marley's birthday being celebrated today, executive director and vice-chairman of the Jamaica Reggae Industry Association...

Director gives thanks after scrape with malaria - Mayhew survives coma and surgery following trip to Africa
After a serious bout of illness with the deadly malaria virus, director and videographer Winston 'Tyson' Mayhew is now on the road to recovery...

Protoje releases album in time for Reggae Month - Free listening party for much-anticipated 'The 8 Year Affair' next week
February, Reggae Month, heralds the arrival of Protoje's sophomore album, The 8 Year Affair. According to the artiste, the follow-up to The 7 Year Itch is about the expectations and challenges that often accompany growth and success....

Ring Di Alarm makes West Coast premiere
The New Caribbean Cinema (NCC) collective are gearing up for the West Coast premiere of their debut feature film project Ring Di Alarm, an anthology film made up of seven short stories, all shot in Jamaica. The collective made waves in late 2012...


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