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  • 6 years ago | Interviews

    Never without his rakish Stetson hats and a crisply pressed suit or designer shirt, veteran reggae crooner Gregory Isaacs has been loyal to his music for more than 40 years. A slave to the studio, there's a wild rumor circulating that he's recorde...

  • 7 years ago | Concerts

    If you're in the West Palm Beach area this Thursday and looking for a dose of culture, the seven-piece band known as Jahfe (which means "creation" in Creole) is bringing its reggae musical vibes to Clematis by Night. Dreadlocked singers Sasha Sano...

  • 7 years ago | Concerts

    Preparing for a bout of sexiness, the original "King of the Dancehall" — Yellowman — returns to South Florida's shores with his slack lyrics and wry sense of humor. Known as Jamaica's first dancehall superstar, Yellowman helped turn th...

  • 7 years ago | Interviews

    With names like, "The Bum Bum Master," "Mr. Hand, Hand, Hand," "The Boss," and plenty of others, it probably seems like soca star Neil "Iwer" George is a man with an extreme identity crisis. But the high-energy Trinidadian singer is more of a mast...

  • 11 years ago | Music News

    The intro to Tanya Stephens' latest album asks this question: "At this stage in my life/I really don't care if I have the approval of a few of my peers/I diverted for a little while/And the calls from my so-called friends stopped/I guess they thou...

  • 11 years ago | Music News

    Wayne Marshall is known in Jamaica as a singjay. The term comes from his ability to croon and DJ on a single track. Dressed in jeans, a T-shirt with Miami mob boss Tony "Scarface" Montana silk-screened across the front and Bob Marley-brand boots, ...