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A bump in the road in 2015 will not be a deterrent for the Trinidad and TobagoFire Services (TTFS), as they again get ready to “Heat Up De place”with their hosting of Fire Fete 2016 – The Re-Ignition, on January 16th, 2016.Touted as a “Cooler Fete”,Fire Fete, which is known for being the first big fete annually on Trinidad and Tobago’s carnival calendar, is already creating a buzz as fete-goers warm up to the “Cooler” option.Going back to basics, the TTFS will be partnering with reputed event promotional stalwart company,Read More
I would like to invite you to the Tropicalfete’s Countdown. Featuring Live performances of Daria, Nadira Norjahan , Samuel Archer, Tropicalfete Steel Pan Ensemble and much more. Tropicalfete’s Award of Excellence 2015 will be presented to Calypsonian Dr. Witty. Some of the top songs of the year and holiday songs will be spun by Selector Richard. Book now and enjoy great food, remarkable dance and music with great Artists Come and support the Youth and a wonderful cultural organization. See you on Dec 20 and don’t forget to Invite yourRead More

Posted On December 1, 2015By altonIn art, music, Music Reviews, News, song

Welcome To JamRock Reggae Cruise 2015

The Two Back-to-Back Cruises on Norwergian Pearl Leaving from Miami with Jamaica Destinations Features Performances by Reggae’s Most Renowned Arists and Top Sound Systems Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Stephen “Ragga” Marley, Julian “Juju Royal” Marley, Kymani Marley, Super Cat Sly & Robbie, Mykal Rose with Sly and Robbie, Maxi Priest, Bounty Killer, Capleton, Jah Cure, Tarrus Riley, Busy Signal, Elephant Man, Barrington Levy, Third World, Morgan Heritage, Cham, Tanya Stephens, T.O.K, Protoje, Popcaan and Christopher Ellis. Stone Love, King Jammy’s Sound, Saxon Sound (feat. Tippa Irie, Papa Levi, Musclehead, MickeyRead More
We’re painting a picture, so follow closely. You are dressed, full of energy and in search of the best fete…You get to the venue and at that very moment your favourite song tunes up, what do you do? We see your hands tightly gripping your head while your waist line warms up. The first phrase that slips off your tongue is “Oh Gosh” and that’s the party starter. Canadian based, Trinbago born Soca artiste Stephon “Slammer Cutter” Mark in his Carnival 2016 contribution ‘Oh Gosh’ is creating the perfect havenRead More
Reggae Star and Ambassador Iba Mahr, and legendary saxophonist Dean Fraser, have teamed to deliver a new single to the music marketplace carrying a simple message: it’s all about “Having Fun!” Released on SoundCloud, the single comes in advance of Iba Mahr’s much anticipated album, Diamond Sox, which will be released on the VPAL imprint on November 20th, 2015. Warming the market to the many moods of Iba Mahr, the single “Having Fun” is a reflection of the artists fun side when not performing music about the importance of faithRead More
Finally, an opportunity has presented itself to shout out “F…Dem” without apology. Hold on, before you begin throwing F’s around let’s be specific; Forget, Face, Flatter and Fete are all applicable. When their eyes are recording your every move to strike up neighborhood gossip remember they’re only as significant as you make them. Every movement; wine, jump or wave is ‘For All Ah Dem’ and Vincentian Soca artiste Problem Child is stating this clearly in his track. The cleverly written track that is featured on the ‘Fete Life Riddim’ canRead More
Discover Dominica Authority, in collaboration with the Forestry Division of the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, today announced that a number of Dominica’s hiking trails are open. Seven segments of the Waitukubuli National Trail, the Caribbean’s longest walking trail, are ready to welcome the adventurous hiker. Some trails were closed after the passage of Tropical Storm Erika which caused obstructions and infrastructural damage. The Forestry Division has worked tirelessly to ensure that trails are accessible. Segments Three, Four, Six, Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen and Fourteen, totalling nearly 81 kilometers (50 miles),Read More
A short and impressive list of reggae/dancehall acts has been signed to entertain fans at the second staging of Mawch Out to be held on October 24 at Pearly Beach in Ocho Rios, St Ann. Headlining the reggae aggregation will be Marley scion, Ky-mani alongside one of reggae’s sweetest singers, Coco Tea, and the man from Judgment Yard, Sizzla Kalonji, while the dancehall side will be upheld by stalwarts, Beenie Man and Bounty Killer. These five top acts will be ably supported by Military Man, Dimon Treajah, Promisin, Dilly Chris,Read More