Oprah Winfrey chose a “spiritual partnership” with longtime boyfriend Stedman Graham over marriage.
Calypsonians vying to wear the calypso monarch crown will have to compete with two songs again this year. This was confirmed to Newsday by Trinbago Unified Calypsonians’ Organisation (TUCO) assistant general secretary Shirlane Hendrickson. In a phone interview, Hendrickson said the change had been agreed to by the group’s general membership last year. For the […]
Government is looking to create opportunities for further development for outstanding artistes coming out of NIFCA.
Grenadian, Hollis Mr. Killa Mapp is ready to defend his International Soca monarch title in Trinidad and Tobago.
Surrounding by family and friends, Asafa and his wife Alyshia, dedicated their newborn son Amieke to the Lord.
In a recent interview with UK’s Daily Star newspaper, Grammy-winning reggae artiste Shaggy revealed that he turned down an opportunity to be part of Rihanna’s pending reggae album. In an article published by the international press on Tuesday, Shaggy said that he was approached by Rihanna’s team but opted out to let ‘younger’ folk audition. “They approached […]
The Royal Family are “hurt” at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s announcement they will step back as senior royals.
Fans of Soca are up in arms over one artist’s demand that local dancehall acts be included in the Carnival lineup. Trinidad Killa spoke out on the issue during a radio interview on Wednesday morning in Trinidad, saying that Trinidad and Tobago’s people are being hypocritical. Over the past week, there has bee much debate […]
Today is the 44th birthday of one of the greatest lyricists in Jamaica’s dancehall – Vybz Kartel, the entertainer who exploded on to the scene between 2002 and 2003. Both years were credited as the dancehall entertainer’s period of emergence, having been crowned deejay of the year at Stone Love Sound’s anniversary party in 2002 […]
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