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Monthly Archives: December 2012

  • Jamaican Reggae And Dancehall Superstar G-Whizz For Miss Caribbean Teen Pageant

    Jamaican singing sensation G-Whizz has been confirmed as the headline guest performers at the 33rd annual Digicel Haynes Smith Miss Caribbean Talented Teen Pageant to be held in St.Kitts on December 29th 2012 .

    The Pageant, which is considered to be the most prestigious pageant of its kind in the Caribbean, has seen many big name Caribbean entertainers grace its stage over its 33 year history. Performers including soca King and Queen Machel Montano and Allison Hinds as well as Edwin Yearwood, Jamesy P, Rupee, Reggae Crooner Christopher Martin , Soca sensation Bomani and Kittitian Superstar Infamus have all graced the Miss Caribbean Teen Pageant stage.

    Former pageant contestants and current popular performing artistes Claudette “CP” Peters and Pat Raguette have also performed along with Trinidadian comedians Rachel Price, Tommy Joseph and Jamaican radio personality Jenifer Jenny Jenny Small.

    G Whizz got his break in (2009) with the smashing hit single “LIFE” produced by TJ Records, which dominated the #1 spot on several charts internationally. “LIFE” is a very thought provoking ballad about the perils of poverty and one young man’s plight to achieve success from his mother’s wise teachings.

    Jamaica Star writer “BLAKKA” says, “In a simple but profound declaration of faith and hope, G
    Whizz tells the world ‘mi life soon sort out, mi nah worry, mmmm my life soon happy’ and the vibe he emits in the song is contagious. You can’t help but sing along. That’s partly because the young artiste captures a spirit of positive determination that many of us can identify with. He shares a mood of resilience and virtue that we all want to embrace even if we are at a difficult juncture in our life.”

    G-Whizz will not only perform some of his big hits as the special headline guest artistes for the Miss Caribbean Talented Teen Pageant but he will also be one of the headliners at the official after party of the Pageant “Inception”.

    Organisers of the Pageant and Inception have collaborated to ensure a truly memorable evening on the night of December 29th 2012. The Inception Fete is just in it’s 3rd year and is already one of the most anticipated and biggest events of the Carnival season. The collaboration with the Miss Caribbean Teen Pageant guarantees the 29th to be easily the most exciting night of the entire carnival season.

    The Inception fete takes place at the Fort Thomas Hotel Grounds and will start immediately following the Pageant at around 12 midnight. The contetants will be the special guests and hosted at the Inception Fete will be an unprecedented 12 to 12 affair. 12 midnight to 12 midday.

    The Haynes Smith Youth Club Miss Caribbean Talented Teen Pageant is easily the most prestigious pageant of its kind in the Caribbean. The event is in its 33rd year and 11 countries would be competing in this years installment of the much heralded pageant.

    The contestants will be appearing in five segments: Production Number, Ambassadorial Appearance, Talent, Evening Wear and Interview.

    The full list of countries and their representatives are

    MISS ANGUILLA -Dwayniqua Baird 16 yrs,

    MISS BAHAMAS- Jayme Pinde 16 yrs,

    MISS JAMAICA-Kabrena Robinson 17 yrs,

    MISS ST.KITTS- Junika Berry 16 yrs,

    MISS ST.LUCIA -Shartoya Jn Baptiste 17 yrs,

    MISS TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO – Clara Barker – 17yrs,

    MISS ST.CROIX- Aniah N. John 14 yrs,

    MISS NEVIS- Kevonie Pemberton – 18yrs,

    MISS BARBADOS- Zhané Padmore- 18yrs,

    MISS BVI – Kamyce Penn – 18yrs and MISS GRENADA – Melissa DeAllie – 16yrs .

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  • “Woman Is Boss” Live Performance From Tanya Stephens!

    Back by popular demand, legendary songstress Tanya Stephens is back in New York for a special Christmas Eve performance. “It’s been too long” echoes the sentiments of her fans who have been anticipating Tanya’s return to New York. The influential dancehall and reggae artist had been busy in the studio putting the finishing touches on her upcoming album.

    What a great way to celebrate the holidays with Tanya Stephens performing a rendition of some of her greatest hits such as “Yuh Nuh Ready Fi Dis Yet”, “These Streets”, “Goggle”, “What A Day”, “Pon De Corner”, “Handle The Ride”, “119”, “The Truth”, “Big Heavy Gal”, “Draw Fi Mi Finger”, “After You” among many others..

    The event takes place at the Woodbine Ballroom in Brooklyn, New York on December 24th, 2012. Music will be provided by Thunderbolt, Elegance Sound and “The Youth With The Power” Noah!

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  • Positive’s ‘Forever My King’ is Available Worldwide Today Debuted on iTunes Top 20 Reggae Albums Chart

    Positive’s ‘Forever My King’ is Available Worldwide Today; Debuts on iTunes Top 20 Reggae Albums Chart

    Trinidadian gospel reggae artist Positive sees the worldwide release of his sophomore album, Forever My King, today, December 4, 2012, from FOX FUSE. Forever My King debuted on the iTunes Top 20 Reggae Albums Chart, currently sitting at #19 in the middle of its first day of release – a tremendous accomplishment for this rising Caribbean phenomenon.

    Putting a positive spin on reggae music, fused with a tinge of dancehall along with regional soca and calypso influences, Positive has earned acclaim from music critics and fans alike, ever since hitting the music scene just over five years ago. Forever My King showcases a seasoned lyricist and vocalist, whose talent shines on 16 glorious tracks.

    Positive does justice to his name with this polished collection that captures his spirit, showcasing sincere, heartfelt odes. He invokes the power of the Most High in this musical manifestation, which was one year in the making. The lead single “Highest Of Heights” is a gospel anthem with an upbeat dancehall vibe, while the second single, “Mama You’re Beautiful,” is a gentle pledge of love to mothers everywhere. “Rock Of My Life,” “Be My Comforter” and “Sunny Day” are classic gospel offerings, while tracks like “Let Me Be The One” serves up more crossover appeal with its R&B, lover’s rock allure.

    Forever My King is a personal prophesy from this profound artist, and the songs bear testament to his faith. “I am a believer in Christ and as such my talents and abilities must be used to glorify the God that I serve,” reveals Positive. The album sees production from stellar names in Caribbean music, including Grammy-winning producer Dwayne “Supa Dups” Chin-Quee from Miami, Precision Productions from Trinidad, Jamplified Records and Jermaine Edwards from Jamaica, and J-Vibe Productions from the US, all joining forces with Positive, who produced the majority of the album, thereby fulfilling his musical destiny.


    1. Rock My Life Feat. DJ Nicholas
    2. Be My Comforter
    3. Sweeter
    4. First In Everything
    5. Highest Of Heights
    6. Forever My King – Interlude
    7. Giving It All
    8. Better Must Come
    9. Lamb Upon The Throne
    10. Let Me Be The One Feat. Niki Rymple
    11. Destiny
    12. Sunny Day
    13. Got To Be Ready
    14. Mama You’re Beautiful
    15. Music Is Life
    16. I Trust In You Feat. Jermaine Edwards

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  • Charles Taylor Prize Longlist Announced Just In Time For Holiday Book Buying

    Sixteen Canadian Authors Who Have Written Fifteen Non-Fiction Books Are Named to the 2013 Taylor Prize Longlist Noreen Taylor, founder of The Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction, is pleased to announce that for the second year in a row, gift buyers have a shopping list of books to buy for Christmas, and a window on the titles still in the running to be shortlisted by prize jurors Susanne Boyce, TV broadcast chief, Richard Gwyn, award-winning author and political columnist, and Joseph Kertes, educator and award-winning author.

    Mrs. Taylor commented, “Last year the prize announced its first ever longlist and found that sharing the jury’s selections to be so valuable to authors and publishers, that we have decided to do it again. Announcing the longlist at the height of the Christmas shopping season will help discriminating book buyers find the right gift for any number of people on their list. There’s nothing like a great read over the Christmas break.”

    The jury has selected their fifteen-book longlist from 129 titles written by Canadians, published between October 22, 2011 and October 21, 2012, and submitted to The Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction by 43 publishers from across North America.

    The trustees of the Charles Taylor Foundation are pleased to announce the 2013 Taylor Prize longlist:

    1. The Pursuit of Perfection: A Life of Celia Franca by Carol Bishop-Gwyn (Toronto), published by Cormorant Books

    2. Warlords: Borden, Mackenzie King, and Canada’s World Wars by Tim Cook (Ottawa), published by Allen Lane

    3. Walls: Travels Along the Barricades by Marcello Di Cintio (Calgary), published by Goose Lane Editions

    4. Journey with No Maps: A Life of P.K. Page by Sandra Djwa (Vancouver), published by McGill-Queen’s University Press

    5. Solar Dance: Genius, Forgery, and the Crisis of Truth in the Modern Age by Modris Ecksteins (Toronto), published by Alfred A. Knopf Canada

    6. A Season in Hell: My 130 Days in the Sahara With Al Qaeda by Robert Fowler (Ottawa), published by HarperCollins Publishers

    7. Plutocrats: The Rise of the New Global Super-Rich and the Fall of Everyone Else by Chrystia Freeland (New York City), published by Doubleday Canada

    8. March Forth: The Inspiring True Story of a Canadian Soldier’s Journey of Love, Hope and Survival by Trevor and Debbie Greene (Nanaimo), published by HarperCollins Publishers

    9. Leonardo and The Last Supper by Ross King (Oxford), published by Bond Street Books

    10. Working the Dead Beat: 50 Lives That Changed Canada by Sandra Martin (Toronto), published by House of Anansi Press

    11. Sword of the Spirit, Shield of Faith: Religion in American War and Diplomacy by Andrew Preston (Cambridge), published by Alfred A. Knopf Canada

    12. What We Talk About When We Talk About War by Noah Richler (Toronto), published by Goose Lane Editions

    13. Chronic Condition: Why Canada’s Health-Care System Needs to be Dragged Into the 21st Century by Jeffrey Simpson (Ottawa), published by Allen Lane

    14. Epistolophilia: Writing the Life of Ona Šimaithe by Julija Šukys (Montreal), published by University of Nebraska Press

    15. The Universe Within: From Quantum to Cosmos by Neil Turok (Waterloo), published by House of Anansi Press

    About The Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction

    The Charles Taylor Prize commemorates Charles Taylor’s pursuit of excellence in the field of literary non-fiction. The prize will be awarded to the author whose book best combines a superb command of the English language, an elegance of style, and a subtlety of thought and perception. The prize consists of $25,000 for the winner and $2,000 for each of the remaining finalists, as well as promotional support to help all of the nominated books to stand out in the media, bookstores, and libraries. The authors whose books go on to be shortlisted for the 2013 prize will be brought to Toronto for publicity opportunities and the awards ceremony.

    The shortlist will be revealed at a press conference on Wednesday, January 9th and the winner will be named at a gala luncheon and awards ceremony at the King Edward hotel in downtown Toronto on Monday, March 4, 2013.
    Established in 1998, The Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction is Canada’s most prestigious award for literary non-fiction. The trustees of the Charles Taylor Foundation are Michael Bradley (Toronto), Judith Mappin (Montreal), David Staines (Ottawa), and Noreen Taylor (Toronto).

    The Charles Taylor Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of its partners. The presenting sponsor of The Charles Taylor Prize for Literary Non-Fiction is RBC Wealth Management; its Major Sponsor is Metropia; its exclusive newspaper sponsor is The Globe and Mail; its media sponsors are CBC Books; Canada Newswire (CNW) Group; The Huffington Post Canada, Maclean’s magazine, and Quill & Quire magazine; its in-kind sponsors are Authors at Harbourfront Centre, Ben McNally Books, Event Source, Indigo Books and Music, The King Edward hotel, and Kobo Inc.

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  • Tertiary Students To Benefit Big Time With Charm Carnival In 2013

    In December, the team at Charm Carnival will unveil a lot more of their innovative plans for Carnival 2013. The new band and its leaders, Sharon and Robert Amar are bent on making the people who spend thousands annually for the Carnival experience, truly enjoy something worthwhile- a true magical carnival experience.

    In recent media reports, some of the innovative ideas unveiled included customized drinks trucks that would offer ease to the masquerader on the road come Carnival Monday and Tuesday. In addition to that, the plan, according to the Charm team is to offer masqueraders a self-service bar option when it comes to their beverages so as to allow a free flow that is satisfying to the individual needs of patrons. Beyond that, the band is preparing to deliver one common sound on the road for its masqueraders and so, technology will be a major part of their operation in the season ahead.

    Recently, the band announced via its social media posts that they would be offering special tertiary education packages for the local masqueraders enrolled in tertiary education institutions. “Charm Carnival is about accommodating the customer. We know many people yearn to play mas but it’s an expensive luxury. When the tertiary student and her friends come to us, we’ll make it happen for them. We have some very special sections that are unique to the tertiary education student- both financially and when it comes to design,” said a Charm rep.

    Promising convenience and a really good time, Charm Carnival is signaling their intention to shake things up a bit. December will see the start of their hard ground campaign, in a bid to get everyone- even those who aren’t usually inclined to take to the streets in the festive season, to actually be a part of the fun. “ This is Trinidad. Trinidadians need to at least experience playing mas once in their lifetime. What we will be delivering for first timers is something they’ll never forget. We are focused on real enjoyment- not the kind of enjoyment that needs a popular DJ or hype man to build, prior to the season. When we take to the streets in 2013, the experience with Charm will speak for itself,” said the organizer.

    Already, the band has been getting calls from overseas mas enthusiasts who are eager to be a part of something new. Arguing that masqueraders are tired of the same old thing year after year, many are eager to embrace the innovations in store, according to the team at Charm Carnival. “It’s time for new ideas. What’s been done differently in the past 10 years really? We’re coming to show the rest how this should be done. We’re coming to bring back Carnival enjoyment with a fresh sense of direction on where the thing should be heading.”

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  • King Bubba FM, Machel Montano & Lil Rick – We Want Drinkz (3ZERO REMIX) – CARNIVAL 2013

    This song was created for party people worldwide now we bring to you a fresh remix featuring Machel Montano HD that is being geared towards the big Trinidad Carnival season 2013 .We Want Drinkz was produced at Platta Recording Studio Barbados by Adam King Bubba fm Elias on the Keys & Bass: Corey Forde. Drums and Percussion were done by Adam King Bubba fm Elias.

    King Bubba fm and Lil Rick vocals were Recorded by: Omar Gorg Sobers, Romel Ward, and King BubbaFM.The song was premixed by KING BUBBA FM & ANTHONY LOWHAR @ CMI STUDIO & PLATTA STUDIO BARBADOS then the final product Mixed by George Seara the world renowned mixing engineer operating out of Canada and mastered at Sterling Sound in New York.

    This remix brings together a fresh collaboration of songwriters King Bubba FM, Lil Rick, Full Blown Entertainment & Machel Montano HD fused with a style of music which King Bubba FM likes to call “POPSO” created at Platta Studio Barbados in 2011 by Adam King Bubba fm Elias, Dwain Dwaingerous Antrobus and Omar Gorg Sobers a riddim called the “POPSO RIDDIM” was released and went on to be one of the riddims to dominate carnival 2012. Machel Montano Vocals were recorded at KMP Music Lab, Trinidad by Precision Productions & Machel Montano HD.

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  • Heritage’s Youngest Band Member Mojo Morgan Gets Signed To Krian Music Group For Solo Project

    Hailing from “Morgan Heritage” one of the biggest reggae bands in the world , Mojo Morgan is used to being in the spotlight, but it is from his personal and medical life that Mojo recently found himself thrust in the media. A•midst recording with his siblings on their latest album, the youngest band member was rushed to the hospital. A combination of personal stress and viral infection gave Mojo time for reflection while hospitalized, and in an ironic “Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life” his recent single “New Dawn” took an even deeper meaning.

    No rest for the weary as Mojo Morgan announces that he has signed with Krian Music Group and is focusing and going full speed ahead with his solo career.

    Krian Music Group, a full service independent record label, announces the signing of “Rasta-Rock” artist and Morgan Heritage percussionist/vocalist, Mojo Morgan. “New Dawn,” the lead single off Morgan’s full-length, solo debut album will be available, digitally, on December 4th, 2012.

    Mojo Morgan has been signed with top independent publishing company, The Royalty Network, since 2006. When searching for a label to release his debut solo album, Morgan looked to The Royalty Network’s independent label, Krian Music Group.

    “Signing to Krian Music comes at a time in my career when getting my music to the right audience is key, mainly because of my diverse sound. With Krian, the dream becomes a reality and we look forward to achieving our goal of providing good music for people from all walks of life,” remarked Mojo Morgan. “After fighting through a near life threatening encounter, as I did last month, you tend to revamp your outlook on life. My single “New Dawn” has become more relevant in my personal life. I hope to provide listeners with a vehicle to always look on the brighter side of a bad situation and the song gives me a second chance at doing just that.”
    Morgan’s “Rasta Rock” combines Alternative, Reggae, and hip-hop music with Top 40 hits. The lead single, “New Dawn”, represents the “Rasta Rock” movement perfectly, drawing inspiration from those diverse genres. The uplifting track, which samples Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good,” has an old school vibe mixed with a contemporary beat.

    “New Dawn,” featuring Mojo’s brother, Peetah Morgan, has garnered success from Jamaica to Ghana, Miami, New York and San Francisco, boasting impressive radio airplay in those markets.

    “Mojo’s a real workhorse of an artist. He truly gets what it takes to be successful as an Artist and is as hungry as we are to make his release a hit,” stated Frank Liwall, President and Founder of The Royalty Network and Krian Music Group. “New Dawn” is the perfect introduction, as it reflects Mojo’s true Alternative side.”

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  • Lutan Fyah Will Perform At Sting 2012

    ‘The Truth’ is the theme that the organisers of this year’s 29th staging of Sting have chosen. Supreme Promotions and their major partner this year, Downsound Records, say this year’s Sting boasts a stellar package that they advocate will pull thousands to Jam World come December 26.

    Launched last evening at the Wyndham hotel, the stakeholders, artistes and media were out in numbers to see first hand what the greatest one night reggae show on earth would bring to the table for 2012.
    Though things got off to a late start, if one were a tourist to the happenings at Sting 2012 launch, you would easily mistake last night’s encounter for the actual Boxing Day event, due to the large gathering that filled the hotel ballroom.

    The show is divided into six categories, comprising – 12 Disciples of Dancehall, Best of Reggae, Independent Ladies, The Fantastic Four, Three the Hard Way and Next Generation.
    The 12 disciples include the likes of Tommy Lee Sparta, Sizzla, Busy Signal, Ninja Man, Aidonia and Mavado. In the Best of Reggae, patrons will see Romain Virgo, Gyptian, Etana and Lutan Fyah.

    About Sting
    STING is a premier event produced by Supreme Promotions Limited, a company in the Caribbean. Supreme Promotions assists promoters/producers by providing idea implementation services to optimize their promoting strategies. Our business has been built on our ability to provide first class services for event enhancement in the quest for an ideal promotion. We are recognized for our integrated approach to event production.

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  • 3rd Annual Flatbush Film Festival At Tribeca This Saturday, December 1st

    Film Lovers & Caribbean Enthusiasts! caribFILM, division of caribBEING, a boutique non-profit based in Flatbush whose mission is to “build community through the lens of Caribbean cinema and art,” presents the 3rd Annual Flatbush Film Festival: West Indian Edition. caribBEING presents 11 classic & contemporary films in 7 nights with 4 US Premieres including Ring di Alarm! (Jamaica), No Soca, No Life (Trinidad & Tobago), Cabbie Chronicles (Jamaica) and an encore presentation of the popular, I’m Santana, The Movie (Trinidad & Tobago) throughout 3 cinemas from October 25th through December 6th, 2012. The selections will be shown at Maysles, TriBeCa and Brooklyn Heights Cinemas.

    On Saturday, December 1st starting at 7pm we will screen Stones in the Sun (Haiti) by Patricia Benoit which will be followed by Ring di Alarm (Jamaica) by film collective New Caribbean Cinema. The screenings will be followed by a Q&A with directors.

    Each Film holds high accolades and are highly anticipated:

    • Stones in the Sun premiered at the TriBeCa Film Festival and winner of Special Jury Prize for Best New Director in April, 2012
    • Ring di Alarm sold out screenings at both British Film Institute (BFI) & Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival in September 2012, respectively

    Film Festival Information:
    Theaters: TriBeCa Cinemas
    Doors 6:30pm, Screenings 7:00pm & 9:00pm
    General Admission: $15.00, $10 Student/Senior Discount (With ID @ Box Office)
    Purchase Tickets Online:

    About caribBeing:
    Since 2010 caribBEING has been dedicated to building community through the lens of Caribbean
    Diaspora film, art and culture. To date, cariBBeing has presented three years of successful
    programming that included successful presentations of several indoor and outdoor film series, art
    exhibitions, cultural programs and residencies showcasing the cultural and artistic
    contributions of the Caribbean Diaspora with an emphasis on Flatbush, Brooklyn
    drawing over 4k attendees. We find and showcase the best in cinema, art and culture.

    About the Films:

    Stones in the Sun (2012)
    Patricia Benoit (Haiti, US)
    95 mins
    Synopsis: NEW YORK, the 1980s. Yannick (the writer Edwidge Danticat), a journalist, is forced to move to her sister Micheline’s home to escape the violence in their native Haiti. Ronald and Vita, a married couple, have also fled the country. And Gerald, a political activist, gets an unwelcomed visit from his father, who was an enforcer with the Duvalier regime. All six must learn to heal from the trauma of the past in this poignant, haunting film.

    Ring di Alarm! (2012) – US Premiere!
    New Caribbean Cinema: Desmond Young, Joel Burke, Kyle Chin, Michael “Ras Tingle” Tingling, Michelle Serieux, Nile Saulter, Storm Saulter (Jamaica)
    80 mins

    Synopsis: OUT OF MANY, one people” is Jamaica’s national motto. And out of eight short films this one feature-length film about life in modern-day Jamaica, made by the New Caribbean Cinema filmmakers’ collective, was born. Moving from the majestic Blue Mountains to the gritty ghetto to the stunning north coast, and spinning stories funny, suspenseful, thrilling and poignant, this is a cinematic mosaic as diverse and complex as the island that inspired it.

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  • Rymzo Production Presents Lag Bus Riddim

    Nigeria based recording artist/producer Rymzo presents Lag Bus Riddim. The project features Synnus and Karamanti from Jamaica as well as Rymzo and B’Clean from Africa.

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  • Ang Iyara Disses Munga Honorable, Says He’s “READY FI KILL”

    ANG Iyara Disses Munga Honorable, Says He’s “READY FI KILL”

    Alliance Next Generation artist Iyara who has earned his title as Bounty Killer’s top marksman since his demolition of nemesis Deva Bratt at last year’s Sting concert, and is now set to create a dancehall upheaval by challenging Munga Honorable on a diss song titled “Ready Fi Kill”, produced by Grammy winning producer, Austin “Payday Music” Green.

    The producer stated, “Since everybody hot fi Alliance wi hot fi dem to, we naw sit down and mek no artist or no industry people walk pan Alliance when we do so much fi this music, so it is what it is”.

    The song is a direct reply to Munga’s song titled “No Fear”, where the Hilltop artist implies that he has no fear for Alliance/Gaza/JOP and went on further to state “from sitten affi dead, sitten affi dead”.

    Hearing these utterances didnt sit well with Alliance/ANG leader Bounty Killer, who blasted Munga on twitter by saying, “Munga u are no more honorable ur ending is inevitable from u dissed Alliance u dissed me as well so anything a anything u who ran from debra sprat 08 and flopped ur career real go there maad rass now everybody!!!”, after which Munga replied “Bounty Killer u nor nuh man cyaan tek MUNGA HONORABLE HONOR. Hotfoot”.

    The Alliance/ANG Camp took offense to the initial song recorded by Munga Honorable due to the fact that he was thought of as an “affiliate” to the camp, therefore with the utterances said in the song there whould be no way that the Alliance name should be mentioned in the song. Iyara stated, “Mi nuh really have nuh bag a ting fi say enuh, but from di General upset, mi upset, nuh man cyaa style Alliance/ANG camp and get weh, deh so it deh simple !!!”

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  • Teddyson John Aims For Groovy Soca Supremacy

    Teddyson John has his sights set on making a powerful musical statement during the upcoming 2013 Trinidad and Tobago Carnival season.

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  • J.O.P Deejay Deablo Embarks On European Tour

    After several daunting years of trying to break into the Dancehall mainstream Jag One Production (JOP) recording artiste Deablo is a much happier man these days.

    Fresh from a stint in Barbados and scoring his first No.1 recently with the collaborative effort ‘Run Road’ featuring Aidonia, the emerging star on Wednesday departed the island for Europe.

    The deejay whose given name is Romeo Nelson along with mentor Aidonia will embark on a three weeks tour of Europe as headliners for ‘The Run Road Tour’. The tour is expected to make stops in Holland, Germany, Italy, France, Finland before culminating in Switzerland on December 15th.

    In an effort to bolster the brand and broaden their fan base the J.O.P camp will also be marketing their new T-Shirt line on the continent, via all legs of the tour.

    Deablo is expected to return to the island on December 16th for several local assignments.

    Following closely on the success of ‘Run Road’, Deablo is already making in-row on the radio with his latest effort titled ‘Road Runner’ on the Blackspyda Records imprint.

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