The life and legacy of Bob Marley returned to give us joy and reflection. Get up, Stand up! The Bob Marley Musical packed the Lyric Theatre on the West End. We’re sure this presentation will be around for many years to come. It deserves it.
Lashana Lynch showed off her Jamaican heritage at the premiere of No Time to Die. Lashana is a British actress of Jamaican parent and has a lead role in the newest Bond film
The mega hitmaker Mr Doo is back in the studio with his first project in many years. The project is the Mr Doo Riddim and hosts excellent songs by some of the music industry’s stalwarts such as Shaggy, Bounty Killer, Brian and Tony Gold, Rayvon, and many others. The return launched with stellar production and anticipation for what is next.
The Manifesto Jamaica family have done it again. They have impacted the lives of youth and led them in the direction of self-sustainability and professional growth. Their newest initiative was the Music Mentorship Programme held with the Bob Marley Foundation.
The Alpha Institute has changed gear and put in the turbo for its students. It now boasts a premiere environment for music education which will continue to enhance lives. Read about the new Associate Degree offered, and smile at the possibilities.
Sundays nuh good again, because Denvo and Kiki are back for season number 2 of "Real Life". Would you please sit back and relax as you enjoy the journey? These two influential personalities lead you through loads of fun and exploration of our unique rock.
RUBiS Energy Jamaica Limited has invested in several young Jamaican visual arts students and fine artists through its InPulse Art Project with support from the company’s foundation, RUBiS Mecenat, to fund their participation in the Tide Rising Art Projects.
The Little Theatre woke up on International Reggae Day. The launch of the Docufilm of the life of Dennis Emmanuel Brown CD stood as the reason. Patrons were ready to celebrate the three milestones of this event. Each patron was eager to be a part of Jamaican history. The first milestone was that this event […]
Jamaican Actor Marcos James is realizing and seizing more opportunities, having landed a role in three-part series on Lifetime Movie Network. The first-ever LMN film series event will air three consecutive Thursdays premiering, July 8th on LMN.
With the partial reopening of the island's entertainment sector on July 1, the highly anticipated JaRIA Honour Awards will take place on July 4. A number of reggae stalwarts will be recognised at this year's staging of the awards ceremony, scheduled to take place at the Little Theatre in St. Andrew. The ceremony is closed to the public due to Covid-19 restrictions but can be watched online. Read to find out how.
The Jamaica Reggae Industry Association (JaRIA) appointed its new Board of Directors for 2021/2023 on Thursday, June 3, 2021, during the Association’s Annual General Meeting. Amendments to the bylaws of JaRIA were also taken and voted on by the membership present, while updates on the organization’s completed activities and future plans were unveiled.