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ETANA DEBUTES NEW VIDEO “RICHEST GIRL” ON MTV IGGY New Single From Her Forthcoming Studio Album I Rise Available Oct 28 on VP Records One of Jamaica’s most beloved singers Etana teams with the island’s esteemed director Ras Kassa for her new video “Richest Girl,” which premiered this week online with MTV Iggy and on her native country’s network program Hype TV. The romantic single is off her fourth studio album I Rise, to be released October 28, 2014 on VP Records. Etana continues to carry the torch as reggae’sRead More
September 19, 2014 BUNJI GARLIN CONTINUES TO MAKE NATIONAL HEADLINES AND TOUR IN U.S. Rolling Stone Goes On the Road with “America’s First Soca Pop Star” New York Times Raves New Album “Assuredly Moves Soca into the Now Era” MTV Iggy Declares He “Will Change Soca Forever” Trinidad’s Hero Will Take Over Miami Carnival & Mad Decent Boat Party This Fall New Album Differentology Out Now Soca star Bunji Garlin continues to break through nationally. Following his BET 106 & Carnival takeover performance with Fay-Ann Lyons and A$AP Ferg andRead More
Contemporary Choreographers’ Collective Dance Festival Continues Its 2014 Call For Submissions Trinidad and Tobago’s Singular Curated And Juried Dance Festival Seeks Pioneering And Exploratory Contemporary And Post-Modern Choreography Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago… Trinidad and Tobago’s singular curated and juried dance festival, the Contemporary Choreographers’ Collective (COCO) Dance Festival, continues its call for submissions of contemporary, post-modern and experimental choreography for its 2014 installment. All applications along with supporting material must be submitted via email or snail mail no later than August 15, 2014, for adjudication by COCO’s panel.Read More
Canadian recording artist *Tha Vor *who is known by many as a conscious, underground hip-hop artist, continues to show his versatility by releasing both dancehall and hip-hop tracks on a consistent basis. A few years ago *Tha Vor*, who had always done hip-hop, began studying the Rastafarian way of life. Being of Jamaican background (both parents are Jamaican although he was born in Canada) *Tha Vor* thought it important that he shared some of his findings on Reggae/Dancehall rhythms. It was then that he recorded “*King of Glory*”, a reggaeRead More

Posted On March 13, 2014By altonIn News

Clap Your Hands' continues to break boundaries

POS, Trinidad – On the heels of what many are deeming a truly memorable performance at the 2014 Chutney Soca Monarch, Rikki Jai and Nigel Rojas continue to receive much love from music fans and the Caribbean entertainment industry on their collaboration “Clap Your Hands” which continues to gain steady airplay both locally and internationally. The Punkalunks Factory-produced track which has been described as boasting both the elements of original Chutney music and the vibe and delivery of modern day World music not only secured the duo a 2nd placeRead More