Fay-Ann’s new video fro ‘Raze’ isn’t getting the all around love she may have hoped for. One day after the FADER magazine debuted the new video for Fay-Ann Lyons’ 2015 soca hit, ‘Raze’, the masses in Trinidad and Tobago are dogging the concept, calling it a misrepresentation of the song’s words. Undoubtedly attempting to deliver to mass audiences, a video...

Fay-Ann and Bunji fought a musical battle this past weekend, in London. No gyrating. No near-naked women. No  bare-bodied men. No colourful feathers and beaded bikinis- just cold, white snow, a seemingly wooded forest and Fay-Ann Lyons. That’s all you’ll see in Lyons-Alvarez’s new video for  “Raze”, the EDM infused single that may have...

Posted on Jun 5 2015 - 12:09am
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The Caribbean knows oh too well of the infectious hold reggae music has on the Diaspora and how much of a significance the genre and the artistes who deliver it, has had on the rest of the world. In July, one Jamaican reggae artiste will prove that his voice can stand side by side with the greats and he will also show the evolution of his artistry. That artiste is Jah Cure. Jah Cure presents “The...

Posted on Jun 4 2015 - 11:28pm
Comments Off on Will Destra Win Again? The Countdown Is On

The artiste has been traveling for some time. Destra Garcia is quite possibly the busiest soca artiste these days. From Curacao to Toronto to the Bahamas and who knows where else in between, the mother of one has been spreading her wings and taking the sweet rhythms and melody of Soca music to parts near and far. She returned to T&T on June 2nd and in an immediate...

News today that Trinidad and Tobago soca star, Bunji Garlin will headline one of the key dance stages at the legendary Glastonbury Festival in England this June. The festival, which has been active for over 40 years and has been voted the world’s number one event by music magazines, boasts a number of key arenas, which showcase star talent. This year’s headline...

Posted on May 20 2015 - 12:21am
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Positive’s album, “Stand and Be Counted” has debuted at #9 on the Billboard reggae charts. There’s a genuine sense of pride being expressed across Trinidad and Tobago these days. On the heels of a bit of great news in the soca music industry, all with India taking notice of soca music, a gospel reggae artiste from the island is making inroads...

Posted on May 15 2015 - 1:28pm
Comments Off on Caribbean Artiste, Buju Banton Signs Agreement With US Authorities for No Future Appeals

Buju Banton will serve another four years in a US Federal prison. Confirmation this afternoon that embattled Jamaican reggae and dancehall artiste, Mark Myrie, best known as Buju Banton has signed an agreement with US authorities to drop any further appeals in his conviction. He will remain imprisoned in the United States until 2019. Buju was convicted of conspiracy to possess cocaine and drug trafficking...

Posted on May 12 2015 - 1:40pm
Comments Off on Machel Makes It to Billboard Magazine Again!

Machel Montano is being saluted once again by internationally acclaimed music magazine, Billboard. The soca artiste performed at the Brooklyn Kings Theatre on Sunday night to an audience, who according to the magazine’s reporter, Natalie Weiner, couldn’t get enough of the authentic soca music Montano is traditionally known for. In the past few years, Caribbean soca entertainers, more so,...