Monthly Archives: "May 2012"

Proud ‘Country Bwoy’ and veteran Dancehall DJ Charly Black prepares to release his first mixtape for fans on Friday May 25th, 2012. Mixed by Easy Peasy Sound and DJ Unique, Black takes fans on a musical journey beginning with his inner lingua letting fans know that no matter what, he will keep pressing forward. The next track, “Times Like These,” is set to a Reggae riddim with lyrics that warn us to ‘not be fools’ in times like this, and more importantly, have faith. Dancehall classics spanning the last fewRead More
Veteran singer Richie Stephens is getting set to launch his new gospel album titled “God Is On My Side” in New York on Thursday, June 14, 2012. The 12 track disc, which was released on the VP Records imprint, includes powerful original songs like “God Is On My Side,” “Tears” and “In The Name of God.” It also features traditional gospel songs like “Why Me Lord,” “The Lord Is My Shepherd,” “Only A Fool” and “A Change Is Gonna Come. The first single titled “Gospel Medley” from the album helpedRead More
SHAGGY AND FRIENDS, ARDIE CUBAN==RETURNS MAJOR REGGAE OUTDOORS CONCERTS TO DOWNTOWN HARTFORD CONN USA SUN JUNE 17TH 1.00PM TOP TWO TIMES REGGAE ARTIST OF THE MONTH AND ICON (PROMOTOR) ARDIE CUBAN WHO IS A GLOBAL NAME IN REGGAE MUSIC TAKES BACK REGGAE MUSIC TO CORPORATE DOWNTOWN HARTFORD CONN USA SUNDAY JUNE 17TH FATHERS DAY FROM (1.00 PM) AT THE–(LAZ PARKING LOT) COMPLEX 410 MARKET ST HARTFORD CONN IN THE MIDDLE OF DOWNTOWN THIS TIME ARDIE CUBAN TEAMED WITH LONGTIME FRIEND AND GREAT PROMOTOR (KENSTAN) OF WWW.ACTIONAUDIOSTORE.COM,LAZ PARKING.COM,NEW COUNTRY BENZ&BMW,WILLIE DANIELSRead More

Posted On May 29, 2012By ArmiIn News

Samuel Archer's Sweat Tears and Milage

Sweat Tears and Milage is the 6th CD project from Samuel Archer. Consider it The Best of Samuel Archer’s music featuring selections from the previous albums commemorating 14 years as a featured vocalist. The new album includes his most recent offering which also carries the title of the album – Sweat, Tears and Milage. “Soca Therapy,” was released in the summer of 1998, which debut Samuel Archer into the worldbeat genre, respectively soca. Just to note, Soca Therapy has never been formatted for Internet downloads and it’s presently out ofRead More

Posted On May 27, 2012By ArmiIn News

Caribbean Investment Forum Now Days Away

Entrepreneurs looking to meet investors or do business in the Caribbean have just days left to book their spot for the 2012 Invest Caribbean Now forum. The power forum, a partnership between digital media company, Hard Beat Communications and the Caribbean Tourism Organization during Caribbean Week in NYC, will include as this year’s panelists: Jonathan S. Blue, Chairman & Managing Director, Blue Equity, LLC. and CEO of Cool Petroleum; Jay Yeo, President, Solamon Energy Corp.; Lisa Lake, Chief Development Director, Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship – Caribbean; Jean Arnell, vice presidentRead More

Posted On May 27, 2012By ArmiIn News

Machel Montano / BelO

Machel Montano – Soca’s most transformative star is undeniable,” was destined for greatness from the start. He became active in music at an early age. His 1985 debut album Too Young to Soca was an instant hit. In April of 1986. He won a number of awards and became the first Trinidadian and youngest to ever win this prestigious contest, that clearly shows his talent and love for music. On July 12th, let’s celebrate Brooklyn with the socially conscious Creole singer-songwriter BélO, Mark your calendar and let’s all celebrate!Read More
As Chicago and the rest of the country gear up for America’s biggest holiday, July 4th Independence, the Martin’s international produced 31st International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA), and the 20th International Festival of Life (IFOL), which is combined for the first time is now becoming the talk of the globe. Fans from Hawaii, France, England, South Africa, Ghana, Japan, China, Canada, the Caribbean and throughout the United States are securing tickets and making travel arrangements to what is expected to be one of Chicago’s biggest July 4th celebrations,Read More

Posted On May 24, 2012By ArmiIn News

HEINEKEN EUFA

Chelsea fans are still celebrating after the victory of their team at the UEFA Champions League final last Saturday May 19. The Blue team beat their red rivals Bayern Munich in a penalty shoot- out after the scored was level 1-1 after normal time. Whilst millions of football fans enjoyed the game all over the world either at home or with friends at bars and various spots, here in Saint Lucia Heineken presented the biggest viewing party for fans at the Derek Walcott Square. The event was enjoyed by hundredsRead More
Radio disc jocks have over the years played a vital role in bringing the music to the ears of the people. Reggae artiste Natural Black has recorded the song Tune In as homage to radio disc jocks all over the world that have consistently supported good quality music. Tune In is the latest from the Guyanese born reggae artiste who teamed up with producers Adrian ‘Donsome’ Hanson and Peter ‘Shady’ Harrison to produce this engaging hit. The song is already a favorite on radio stations not only in Jamaica butRead More

Posted On May 24, 2012By ArmiIn News

A book every West Indian should read…

“Life of an artist,” is a nonfiction biography about Franklyn V. E. Seales. He’s known for his acting in the sitcoms Silver Spoons as the business manager, and in Amen as Lorenzo the music minister. He also lit up the silver screen for his role in The Onion Field, co-starring James Woods and Ted Danson. There’re so many excellent works featuring Franklyn Seales in the world of movies, but the real story is his journey to stardom. The book gives us a narrative account of Franklyn by his siblings whoRead More