Friday, December 15th, 2017

While some Jamaican fans may be wondering, where is Gyptian? The ‘Hold Yuh’ reggae singer has been holding his own in the motherland Africa. Gyptian snagged two awards at the 3rd annual African Entertainment Awards USA in New Jersey. Gyptian walked away with an Award of Achievement as well as edging out fellow Jamaicans Spice […]

Grammy nominated dancehall artiste Devin Di Dakta says he is excited and honored following his recent signing with New York independent label Downtown Records.               iriefm(2017)

There was no sitting today in the murder trial of popular entertainer Ninja Man. Music News understands that the sitting was postponed because one of the jurors had a difficulty and could not attend court. Ninja Man’s case will continue on Monday in the Home Circuit Court when witnesses for the prosecution will continue to testify. The […]

Jamaica’s Senior Sunshine Girls were on fire on today’s opening day of the International netball Federation Fast Five championships in Melbourne Australia winning all their three games. The Jamaicans defeated South Africa 37-29 led by goal shooter and captain Jhaniele fowler -Reid who scored 13 of 18 tries. Reid return to be the star in […]

Holy Trinity High’s captain, Shai Smith, turned in an outstanding performance yesterday to lead his team into this year’s semi-finals of ISSA-FLOW Manning Cup competition. Smith slammed in the first and provided the assist for the second at Winchester Park in Holy Trinity’s 2-0 victory over St Catherine High in Group H of the quarterfinal […]

t’s is turning into one of the most keenly contested by-elections in Jamaica’s recent history and for some residents of South East St Mary, tomorrow cannot come soon enough. “The tension a rise, in all di years a politics we never see dis. Last night them fire two shot after some youth,” a resident of […]

MIAMI, CMC – Royal Caribbean International has announced its return to San Juan, Puerto Rico and Philipsburg, St Maarten, in the aftermath of the devastation left behind by recent hurricanes. On November 30, Freedom of the Seas will be the first ship in the fleet to call on San Juan, arriving with approximately 3,782 visitors […]

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico’s governor on Sunday demanded that the board of the island’s power company cancel the US$300 million contract with Whitefish Energy Holdings amid increased scrutiny of the Montana company’s role in Hurricane Maria recovery efforts. The announcement by Gov. Ricardo Rossello comes as federal legislators seek to investigate […]