Jah Cure Fans Give ‘Undeniable’ High Marks

Jah Cure fans have given his 9th studio album, ‘Undeniable,’ high marks and verbal praise.  The album is streaming well in Japan, The U.K. and Canada. Released on Friday February 17th, the 11-track disc meets the expectations of fans who have taken to streaming platforms such as YouTube to express their appreciation for the new project.  Comments such as “we give thanks for your album,” “Jah Cure never disappoints” and…

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5 Jamaicans Named Top 200 Best Singers By Rolling Stone

When Rolling Stone, the iconic five-decade pop music magazine, released its Top 200 Singers Of All Time on January 1, 2023, nobody would have been surprised to find at least a few prominent Jamaicans populating the list, which was topped by the likes of Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Billie Holiday, and Sam Cooke. While the list predictably included the reggae legend Bob Marley (at number 98), he was only the 3rd highest ranked of the…

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Peer to Peer with Kevoy Burton

Ghana based Jamaican TV star, actor and restaurant co-owner, Kevoy Burton makes sure that Jamaican cuisine is front and center in Ghana.  A popular hotspot with locals and visitors to Ghana, Mark /Wilberforce we caught up with Kevoy to talk about Jamaican cuisine in Ghana on behalf of VP Records. MW: Tell us a bit about your background for those who aren’t familiar with you. KB: Well, I grew up…

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Tarrus Riley Impresses with Desperate Lover

VP Records released Tarrus Riley’s essential version of Bob Andy’s 1969 hit “Desperate Lover.” The track was produced by Dean Fraser, the man behind Tarrus’s biggest career song “She’s Royal” and albums Parables (2006) and Contagious (2009). “Bob Andy was without question one of our greatest songwriters,” says Tarrus Riley. “His songs will last forever. It’s always a joy to work with Dean Fraser in the studio, and the history…

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Reggae Month 2023 Planning Underway

Planning for the highly anticipated Reggae Month is now underway, says Mayor of Kingston, Senator Councillor Delroy Williams.   “February is Reggae Month, and we are looking at a series of activities to celebrate the Month. We will update the Council by way of communication of these activities so that, by the time we get to February, we will be far advanced in planning,” he told Councillors during the monthly…

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