Friday, 24 February 2017


Thriller U is Back with a new single entitle Non Genuine a track we all can relate to, It matters who we spend our time with. No one wants to be around someone who is "Non Genuine", We want sincere, genuine and truthful people in our lives. 

Genuine people just are who they are. They don’t feel the need to draw attention to themselves and they don’t do things simply for the sake of attention. They do things because they are who they are and because it is what they truly want to do. They don’t have a need to let everyone know their good deeds.

Speaking with Hopeton Brown from Nyah Bless Music he said this is just the second single from Thriller U

up-coming album he is gearing up to release soon. he also mention that the record label (Nyah Bless Music) has recently  re-released thriller U single **In Common** which was initially publicized a year ago. The song is the first single from the project, which is titled Genres he said.
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Wednesday, 22 February 2017

Jamaican showing much love to Pressure and his Red Rose album

Reggae star Pressure Buss Pipe maintained the number one position with his album, Red Rose, on the Top 20 Jamaica Music Countdown album charts.

"I feel great that the Jamaican people are showing me so much love," Pressure Buss Pipe said.

The Red Rose album was released November 2 by Jalpo Records/Busspipe Records, and debuted at number eight in November 2016 on the Billboard Reggae album charts.

The album took almost 11 weeks to get to the pole position on the Jamaica Music Countdown.

He will now turn his attention towards pushing a new single called A Lion is A Lion in the Jamaican market this month.

"The video will be released this week. Even though the song is not on the album, the initial reaction in the streets and online has been excellent so we will be amping up promotion on the radio and on the TV," he said.

The 12-track set contains singles such as Time is The Master, Once Again, Lost Without You, Woman of The Nile, and Moments.

In 2007, Pressure Buss Pipe scored a massive hit with the single Love and Affection.

The Rastafarian singer, whose given name is Delyno Brown, is also booked for the Welcome To Jamrock Cruise 2017, and there are plans to shoot a video for Once Again..

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Monday, 20 February 2017


Recording artiste #TekSet who is known for his 2016 hit single 
"All About The Money" continue the journey with a new track entitled "Cough And Pass" a track that is creating a buzz on various dance-hall channel also in the dance-hall space and radio air-wave. 
All about the money did well for the artiste last year which he has gotten a few interviews and make his presence felt on few known event. In a recent Interview with Djslick44 The recording artiste said that he can feel his big break coming and this year is a very serious year in his musical career.
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Saturday, 11 February 2017

Alkaline Still lock-up in Police Station

ALKALINE spent another night at the Hunts Bay Police Station’s lock-up in Kingston yesterday.
According to the dancehall deejay’s lawyer Peter Champagnie, he has not been charged.
“He remains in custody of the police. However, if he’s not released before Monday, I’ll be going to court to file a writ of habeas corpus,” Champagnie told Jamaica Observer yesterday.
Habeas corpus is a writ requiring a person under arrest to be brought before a judge or into court, especially to secure the person’s release unless lawful grounds are shown for their detention.
The attorney-at-law said there were no interview sessions yesterday.
“They (the police) concluded yesterday (Thursday). My guess is that the police wanted to access the information,” said Champagnie.
Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay, director of the Corporate Communications Unit — the Jamaica Constabulary Force’s information arm — confirmed that the question-and-answer sessions were completed but couldn’t say if the artiste would be released soon.
“They [the police] are reviewing the information... He [Alkaline] is still in police custody. As for when he’ll be released, I couldn’t answer that. I really don’t know,” she said.
On Thursday morning, Alkaline (real name is Earlan Bartley) reported to the Area Four Headquarters at Harman Barracks in Vineyard Town, accompanied by his lawyer. The deejay was wanted for questioning in relation to the murder of Rohan Morris in Maverley on January 13.
After an extensive interview with detectives, he was removed to the Criminal Investigation Branch office at the National Commercial Bank Towers in New Kingston for a second session.
By afternoon, he was detained at the Hunts Bay lock-up.
Alkaline is know for songs including Champion Boy, ATM and Conquer The World.

Friday, 10 February 2017

Ninja Man said parents should monitor their children's phones

Dancehall artiste Ninja Man has called on parents to monitor their children's use of smartphones.

The recording artiste said young girls are being lured into traps by men they meet on social media platforms such as Facebook.

"Parents, this is what happening to unno kids. Dem having some Facebook relationships and some a unno low up unno likkle pickney dem with the phone too much and they experience too much things," he said.

Ninja Man said parents should "tek di blasted phones" from their daughters who he argued have failed to recognise that they may be putting themselves in danger by agreeing to meet up with strangers after conversations in cyberspace.

"Stop the dating on Facebook, stop meeting people on Facebook. The Facebook a nuh fi ketch man," Ninja Man said.

"Facebook is what cause many of unno friends to be dying cause unno using the 'Book fi meet people who unno don't know," he said.

The deejay said patents have a duty to not only police their children's use of social media but also to talk to them about possible dangers they may face.

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Top Dancehall Artiste Alkaline is wanted by the police in relation to a murder

Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay, head of the constabulary's Corporate Communications Unit, says dancehall artiste Alkaline is being asked to report to the police in relation to a murder which took place in Maverley on January 13.

Lindsay says the police had tried to get in touch with the popular artiste personally, but were unsuccessful.

Today, social media accounts for the Jamaica Constabulary Force asked the artiste, whose real name is Earlan Bartley, to report to Harman Barracks in relation to the murder of Rohan Morris.

He was given until 5:00pm tomorrow.

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Watch what you post on social media Police warn

The contempt that many Jamaicans feel about the recent upsurge in the killing of women and children has been documented on social media, with users posting pictures of men they claim are the culprits behind the killings.

But head of the Constabulary Communications Unit, Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay, thinks this could get in the way of police investigations.

"When they keep sharing it on social media, it can compromise the case. So even if the police arrest an individual, it may prevent us convicting some of these individuals," Lindsay told THE STAR.

She said that while the police applaud persons for trying to assist in bringing the culprits to justice, merely putting information on social media is not enough.

"What we prefer is if they have information that could assist the police in their investigations. Then we ask that they make a report to the police," Lindsay said.

Lindsay noted that many of the offences are of a sexual nature, so persons could call the Centre For Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA) or visit the CISOCA offices across the island.

Meanwhile, psychologist Dr Leahcim Semaj believes persons whose pictures are being circulated on social media could be negatively affected.

"This will not only affect their chance of employment, but it could put their lives at risk because we have retaliation killing, which is a very prominent thing in Jamaica," Semaj said. "It's a court that decides if a man is guilty. We are bypassing all of that now in this era of social media and having trial by social media."