Monday, 29 February 2016

LUCIANO THE MESSENGER SON STABBED TO DEATH! [MUST READ & WATCH VIDEO]

International Reggae Superstar "Luciano" The Messenger, Son "Menelik" was stabbed and killed during an altercation with unknown assailants on Saturday evening.
“The youth ah go school, and Dem lay wait him, him pass some yute, and Dem say ‘weh yu a look pon mi so?’. Some little unnecessary tings mi see that gwaan wid dem yute ya, dem anxious fi kill, is like dem have bitterness inna dem heart. Him come out and go inna altercation and before yu look. knife pop out and dem stab him up. Last night, mi de a hospital the whole night, dem really try with him,” Luciano, whose real name is Jepther McClymont, said in a video posted online.
He made an appeal to the public for any information that can lead to the apprehension of those responsible for his son’s death. The stabbing occurred in the vicinity of Maths Unlimited in Parkington Plaza.
“Right now, mi need some information. Anyone with information who know these culprits, cause dem drive off inna vehicle. These culprits cannot just get away with taking an innocent life,” Luciano pleaded.
The police confirmed that 19 year-old Menelik McClymont, a student of 21 Westminister Crescent, Kingston 10, was killed on February 27th at 2:30 pm. He was stabbed by three men in the vicinity of Maths Unlimited in Parkington Plaza, Kingston 10. He was taken to the Kingston Public Hospital where he eventually succumbed to his injuries at about 1:30 am. on Sunday morning, February 28th.
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Rihanna "Work" At No.1 Billboard Hot 100

Barbados born recording artiste Rihanna, now has the No.1 song on the Billboard Hot 100, follows the release of the music video for her viral hit record, Work, on Monday.
Benefiting from some steamy footage inspired by the Jamaican dancehall scene, Work, rose above competition from Justin Beiber, who held the No.1 spot last week. Interestingly, Beiber also held the No.1 spot with the dancehall-flavoured, Sorry.

Dancehall as a genre, appears to be experiencing a revival on the international scene, only not with many Jamaican artistes at the forefront. Major Lazer?s Lean On, which merges EDM with dancehall, is now at No.49 after 46 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100. Sia?s Cheap Thrills, which features Sean Paul, now sits at No. 81, making Sean Paul the only Jamaican act representing the genre on the chart.
Summer 16, Drake?s second dis record aimed at American rapper Meek Mill, has climbed the chart this week and is now at No.31. However, Meek Mill failed to get any chart success with his response record, War Pain.

On the reggae side of things, Morgan Heritage returned to the top 10 this week after a long hiatus. The Grammy-wining effort, Strictly Roots, rose to No.6 and was the chart?s greatest gainer.
VP Record?s Reggae Gold, remains at No.1 while Jah Cure comfortably sits at No.2 for the second week.

Clarke File Lawsuit against Third World Band

Bouvier Clarke, the widow of late reggae singer William Clarke, aka 'Bunny Rugs', has rubbished claims that she and her family are trying to damage the name and reputation of internationally renowned reggae band Third World, this after lawyers representing the band claimed that Clarke's pending lawsuit against Third World is a ploy to damage the band's "good name".

Clarke told The Jamaica Gleaner that her decision to file a lawsuit against the band is based on their negligence and not her own agenda.

"This is really hard for me and very stressful," she said. "It is not something I want to do because the relationship my late husband had with the band was not a negative one ... . They were like brothers, but I've been trying to reach out to the band regarding money/payments owed to my husband and I have not been getting any response."

She went on to say that she has no knowledge of the types of contracts her late husband signed with the band and has been seeking to find out exactly what

Friday, 19 February 2016

Ras Zacharri Get Bright Spotlight @iriefm.net with "Herbs Healing" (Must Read)


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Dj fined $25,000 for assaulting a Officer (Must Read)

DANCEHALL artiste Popcaan was fined $25,000 for assaulting a police officer at the Norman Manley International airport in 2013.

The entertainer, whose given name is Andre Sutherland, pleaded guilty on Wednesday in the Corporate Area Criminal Court.

He was charged for assault occasioning actual bodily harm. This is not the first time that the Never Sober artiste has found himself on an assault rap.

In 2010, he and two other men were charged for assaulting a pilot at the Lynden Pindling International Airport in Bahamas. The charges were subsequently dropped.

Buju Banton could soon smoke marijuana in prison! (MUST READ)

A judge has suggested that Buju Banton or any other Rastafarian serving time in prison could take court action in an attempt to be allowed to use marijuana as part of their religious beliefs and culture.

Judge Charles Gibson said it could result in a declaration that U.S. drug laws and the Religious freedoms protected in the constituion are incompatible.

The issue that would arise, however, is that most Rastas believe that Rasta is a way of life and not a religion. So it could end up being one of those, “you can’t habe it both ways” argument. If the movement is not a religion it cannot be protected under the Freedom of Religion clause.

Marijuana use is recognized as part of Rastafarian culture but even in Jamaica, the birthplace of the Rasta movement, smoking of the plant is not legal.

Although “weed” was not mentioned in the 16 tenets of Rasta, it was considered to be an aid to worship, a medicine and a source of income.

Thursday, 18 February 2016

Top Reggae Artiste "Nesbeth" Is Now In Grief (Must Read)

Wife of dancehall artiste Nesbeth died last night in the United States (U.S)

In an official statement released by the artiste's management team, his wife, Ann-Marie Elliot died of undisclosed complications.

"The family of the singer would like to thank everyone for their heartfelt love and continued support in this time of grief while requesting that their privacy be respected as they bereave a great loss," the release stated.

Nesbeth is known for hits like, My Dream and Guns Out This Morning.

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