Prince Harry, radio journalist, chats with an old and very famous friend in a special holiday interview. The 33-year-old British prince recently interviewed former U.S. President Barack Obamafor BBC Radio 4’s Today show as part of a guest editorship. A preview video of the two getting ready for their formal chat was posted online on Sunday and the full interview will […]Read more
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ay-Z is a big star with a big heart… During a stop on 4:44 tour, the music man halted his show at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., on Saturday night to bring up superfan Christina Cruz, who got some attention in the crowd when she held up a sign that stated she’d beaten cancer not once, but twice. Beyoncé’s […]Read more
KINGSTON, Jamaica — Veteran Dancehall deejay Ninjaman was a short while ago given a life sentence in the Home Circuit Court for the March 2009 murder of Ricardo Johnson. He is to serve 25 years before being eligible for parole. He was given 20 years for shooting with intent and life imprisonment for murder. The […]Read more
MICHAEL Prophet, one of the many roots singers who emerged from the Jamaican dancehall during the 1980s, died in London last Saturday at age 60. Best known in Jamaica for the 1980 hit song Gunman, Prophet (real name Michael George Haynes) succumbed to cancer. Typical of artistes who worked the dancehall circuit, Prophet recorded for a […]Read more
A strong cast of artistes from diverse genres will perform on Tuesday’s Ghetto Splash at Waterhouse Mini Stadium in Drewsland. Promoted by Shocking Vibes Productions, the event returned in 2013 after a 17-year break. The Drewsland area has a long history of friction with neighbouring Maverley. Shocking Vibes honcho Patrick Roberts believes Ghetto Splash has […]Read more