Saturday, July 27, 2013

Dancehall Fashion - What They Wore on Stage Reggae Sumfest 2013

The Divas came out and as expected with much controversy but the ongoing squabble was not the only interesting aspect of their performances, they wore some rather interesting outfits to top it all off.  Yup, it's all apart of Dancehall so take a look at what these female Stars wore on stage Reggae Sumfest 2013
Lady Saw
Macka Diamond


By: Sophia McKay

Friday, July 26, 2013

Outrageous or No?

Caption this! 
Dancehall Diva Spice Reggae Sumfest 2013 look. Spice always represent the genre when called upon so we asked do you think this outfit is a true representation of a Dancehall diva dress code should entail? 

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Vybz Kartel Will Be Acquitted

Breaking News!!

Supreme Court judge Bryan Sykes has turned down the application to accept two witness statements at the murder trial of Dancehall artiste Adidja 'Vybz Kartel' Palmer.  Justice Sykes handed down his ruling today citing that he is not convinced that the prosecution took enough steps to locate the witnesses.

The 12 member jury is to return to the Home Circuit Court more

Lets Party with Razor B new Summer Single and Video Out Now

Razor B’s calling card according to his Biography is to "embrace a solid reasoning or motivate the ladies to hit the dance floor." This Jamaican born artist is also an entrepreneur, producer, songwriter, promoter and dub-poet who is best known for songs such as “Believe” which features Dancehall artiste Spice, “Watch Ya” a thought-provoking track that speaks to the disadvantaged in Jamaica and “Hot Girls To The Ring,” a self titled 'ladies anthem' that have all sky rocketed to the top of several radio stations playlists across Canada and the Caribbean. Razor has shared stages with the likes of Reggae and Dancehall artistes Wayne Wonder, Lukie D, Barrington Levy, Etana, Beenie Man, Mavado, Capleton and Buju Banton to name a few

Recently, Razor B who resides in Canada has dropped a hot new track entitle,"We Party." This sizzling track is everything summer! Upbeat, fun, groovy and has a cross over vibe with a definitive Caribbean feel.  Judging from airplay it has been receiving on Jamaican radio this hot new track and equally hot video will get you moving off your seat and onto the dance floor.  The video was shot in Toronto and debuted on Jamaica's HYPE TV channel last week with an amazing response.  For the ladies, Razor B is a treat! If only judging from the cars, sexy women and swag in the video, the thirst is real.  Razor gyrates his hips along with the women to the tune of his song.  

If you have not been following  Razor B you should!  His captivating smile and fun
loving persona is infectious.  Follow his day to day activities on instagram razor_b, twitter @razorbhome or Facebook @razorbent.  We Party and Razor B's full length sophomore album ‘This is Razor B,’ is available on iTunes.  Razor B is managed by OG Entertainment. 

By: Sophia McKay

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Health and Entertainers; Dr Garth 'Shaka Pow' McDonald Highlights Health Risks

Many artistes/entertainers practice unhealthy eating and other habits attributed to their busy schedules and lifestyle.  In an article published in the Jamaica Gleaner, local artiste/entertainer and medical practitioner Dr Garth 'Shaka Pow' McDonald highlighted some of the unhealthy practices of some artistes and the risks they expose themselves to saying "A part of the whole entertainment thing is the public image and socialising in the party."  Shaka Pow the entertainer whose popular 'Dancing 101 album' is a tribute to late dance icons Bogle and Ice further stated in his capacity as a Doctor, "they consume a lot of alcohol," and noted that many entertainers also smoke or are exposed to second-hand smoking on a regular basis. 

Apart from high alcohol consumption, Dr. McDonald further stated that some artistes diet vary. Generally he said, they try not to consume many fatty foods and their fitness is of great importance, especially as it relates to performances read more...