A fitting tribute to Caribbean people who helped rebuild Britain, the Inaugural Windrush Caribbean Film Festival — from 17 October-8 November 2020 —is a celebration of a generation. As British subjects from the commonwealth, they came between 1948 and 1973 answering the call to help reconstruct a wounded country after World War 2.
Sizzla’s recently released album, Million Times, is getting rave reviews internationally. Many have called it an ode to the ladies describing it as a classic album about relationships and romance. They laud the production as tip top and high quality. Using his vocal range in different capacities, Sizzla uses 12 tracks to express his infinite love and compassion through music.
Kingston, JA – In 2019 Buju Banton was awarded the Marcus Garvey Humanitarian Award by the International Reggae And World Music Awards (IRAWMA) for his notable charitable works, through the Buju Banton Foundation. An organization whose mission is to improve the lives of at risk boys in Jamaica.
Kingston, Jamaica: Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport Hon. Olivia Grange has given the commitment of her ministry and the Government of Jamaica to working with a wide swathe of stakeholders and collaborators to expand and enhance the creation, use and preservation of audio-visual content in Jamaica.
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Johnny Nash, a singer who scored a No. 1 hit with "I Can See Clearly Now" in 1972, has died. He was 80 years old. His son, Johnny Nash Jr., confirmed his death to The Associated Press, saying his father had died of natural causes at his home in Houston.
Highlights of performances by reggae icons John Holt and Barrington Levy and soca queen Alison Hinds on the South Florida stage; Chris Martin and Romain Virgo on the New York stage and “King of the Dancehall” Beenie Man on the Toronto stage showcased the caliber of entertainment these festivals are known for.
Kingston, JA, Dancehall Divas, the world’s first dancehall lifestyle reality show will premiere on the CVM TV Network on Saturday, September 19th. The six part reality series will take Jamaican viewers on a dramatic journey into the lives of six women who are part of the popular international dancehall lifestyle subculture.