Dancehall Veteran Mr. Easy Suing Afrobeats Star Mr Eazi For Jacking His Name

Mr. Easy is gearing up for another legal battle involving the use of his name. This time he intends to defend the use of the sobriquet against an Afrobeats artist whose name is Mr Eazi. The reggae singer is bent on ensuring that he gets the credit for the use of his name, as he […]

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Mavado’s $30 Million Fraud Case Against Jennifer Messado Starts Today

The court will soon weigh in on dancehall singjay Mavado’s accusations that former real estate attorney Jennifer Messado allegedly swindled him out of almost $31 million three years ago. The accusations come from a property transaction that reportedly went sour. According to Mavado, he made the payment through his lawyer in hopes of securing new […]

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Jimmy Cliff’s “The Harder They Come” Added To Library of Congress

Jimmy Cliff’s led The Harder They Come soundtrack has been added to the Library of Congress’s National Recording Registry, an achievement for the album as it becomes only the second reggae album to have been recognized by the prestigious organization that recognizes impactful works of art. In 2007, Burnin, the sixth studio album by the […]

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Shenseea & Govana Earns Top Honors In Dancehall In 2020, Koffee Dropped Biggest Song

Shenseea and Govana earned top honors in dancehall last year. If there was a word to describe 2020 when it comes to entertainment, we might go with the words of Spice, who said she didn’t make any money in 2020 due to the pandemic causing the industry to lock down and losing J$26.1 Billion in […]

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CARAH Rescinds Plan To Honour Buju Banton At This Year’s Ceremony

It seems that the Caribbean American Heritage (CARAH) Awards has decided to rescind its offer to honor Grammy-award winning artist Buju Banton at their ceremony later this month. Not much information is available about why they decided to go back on their decision, but they definitely seemed to have a change of heart and told […]

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