Tag Archives: September 2019

UK rapper Ras Napthali being picked as the next Stylo G

Ras Napthali is a rapper from Coventry City in the U.K. He started rapping at 14, writing rhymes with friends until 18 when he took music seriously and formed the rap group Hillz Yungsterz. After his stint with the group, he decided to go solo and release his own material. His music is a mix reggae and dancehall with a heavy Rasta influence. His. Main music influences are 2pac, Damain Marley, Nas, Bounty Killa and Agent Sasco.

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Jamaica Strikes Gold in Women’s 4x100m at World Athletics Champs 2019

Watch as Jamaica Wins the Women’s 4x100m Gold early today at the World Athletics Championships 2019 | Doha Moments. Shelly=-Ann did great on the 2nd leg and the other girls made sure to follow in her footsteps. After the win, shelly-Ann wrote the following online “The importance in TEAM is that the end result speaks to all of us and all for our country Jamaica🇯🇲🥇🥇. I am so proud of this experience with Shericka, Natalliah, Natasha and Jonielle : who we all are and what we have achieved together tonight! This was a awesome moment. I am proud to stand or fly 😂 with you all and for what we achieved today…I am grateful❤. Land of wood, water and strong Women!!!💛💛 ” See the race below

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Christopher Martin’s Album Submitted in Best Reggae Album Category

Former Digicel Rising Star winner Christopher Martin announced recently that he has submitted an album to be considered for the prestigious Best Reggae Album category for the 62nd annual Grammy Awards, will be held on Sunday, January 26, 2020. The album titled “And Then” was submitted to the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, as the date for the awards gets closer. Other Jamaican entertainers have already submitted their albums, such as Sizzla, Third World and Jah Cure. Martin’s 15-song album was released in May this year by VP Records. It features the singles “Life”, “To Be with You”, “Tears in Her Eyes”, “Is It Love” “Can’t Dweet Again” and “Bun fi Bun”. Christopher who is now 32 joined Shaggy, the international Superstar at Big Yard Recording outfit and linked with top producer Robert Livingston.  He has moved up in the music business after he won Digicel Rising Stars …

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American Sportswear Brand Nike rides Reggae Beat

The new Air Brand of sneakers released by the company was inspired by Reggae and other musical genres. The new Nike sneakers have five new colour schemes, because of the five vibrant music genres: Reggae, heavy metal, punk rock, hip hop and electronic dance music. The Reggae style has a calm, rhythmic nature and earthy tones like tan, green and white. The Nike brand also a classic Nike Air in the colours of the Jamaican flag as they paid homage to Jamaica and its Culture. EDM has the brightest shoe, with shades of crimson, pink and red to represent excitement and thrill of the scene. The hip hop sneakers has a black on black panel that stands for activism, love and rage needed for change.  The Heavy Metal shoe has a metallic Nike Swoosh against deeper shades of purple, black and blue with a green splash. The Punk Rock Sneakers …

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Jamaica with 8 Medals 3rd on the Table at IAAF World Athletics Championships in Doha 2019

Jamaica is now 3rd on the medal table with a total of 8 medals. Shericka Jackson and her teammate Stephanie McPherson will contest the final of the Women’s 400m in IAAF World Athletics Championships in Doha, Quatar, at 3:50 pm Jamaica time.  In the Women’s Triple Jump, Shanieka Ricketts and Kimberly Williams will compete. O’Dayne Richards will contest the Shot-Put Final, Danniel Thomas-Dodd also will compete in the Women’s Shot-Put Final. Oniel McLeod stumbled to a fall after he hit some hurdles and disrupted Orlando Ortega, the Diamond League Champion before he was disqualified. Yohan Blake failed to get a medal when he finished at 5th place in the men’s 100m race. While Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce is crowned the fastest woman in the world, after she won the Gold Medal in the 100m race. The mixed relay team won a silver medal and Fredrick Dacres won a silver medal for …

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Popular Dancehall DJ Spat in Woman’s Face at Toll Plaza

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The police reported that over 3 weeks ago a Dancehall DJ pulled up to a toll booth and during an argument between him and the female toll collector, he allegedly spat in her face. The 35-year-old Disc jockey whose real name is Sadiki Kemar Powell, who resides in St. Catherine, was charged with common assault after the case was investigated. When he appeared before the St. Catherine Parish court, after he was arrested and charged on Friday, September 20. He was ordered to make an apology to the victim in Court, and he was also ordered to pay a $5000 fine or spend 10 days in jail, when he faced the judge.

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