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Tweet US agent calls it quits with reggae artistes BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer Friday, March 09, 2012 REGGAE music suffered another blow recently with the decision of veteran booking agent Peter Schwartz of the Agency Group, to cut back on the number of Jamaican artistes his company represents. Schwartz is a vice-president at the [...]
Tweet D’Angel pens Love Triangle Monday, January 23, 2012 DANCEHALL artiste D’Angel has penned a novel entitled, Love Triangle. It is set for release in late February. Love Triangle is the first of a two-book deal between the artiste and Pageturner Publishing House. The other publication, Break Free, a tell-all autobiographical effort, should be released [...]
Tweet Written by PHLEXX Tuesday, 06 September 2011 0digg Sizzla has been released from hospital.
Tweet Kiprich wants lyrical clash By Marc Parc OutAroad.com Writer Dancehall artiste, Marlon Plunkett, better known as Kiprich is in a war mode, lyrically that is as he is ready to enter a lyrical confrontation. However, the decision of which artiste he’ll face will be left to his fans. Kiprich has already released a slew [...]
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Tweet Busy Signal Hoping Whole World Answers His Dancehall Call Most dancehall artists’ careers have crashed and burned on American shores. From Yellowman to Shabba Ranks to Buju Banton, some of Jamaica’s most definitive vocalists couldn’t break through to a larger audience due to unwise collaborations, questionable judgments and bad advice. Busy Signal, who boasts [...]