Rap Artiste Busta Rhyme came to Jamaica to hear the outcome of Dancehall artiste Vybz Kartel’s murder case. It is said that Busta did not only came to hear the outcome but to pass on the message given to him
Entertainer Ninja Man (right, foreground) makes a point to music promoter Josef Bogdanovich as they arrive at the Home Circuit Court yesterday in downtown Kingston where Ninja Man’s murder case is being heard. In background (right) is Ninja Man’s son
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Jamaican Patois becoming the youth language of choice in larger countries In some parts of England and Toronto Canada, a dialect heavy with Jamaican and Afro-Caribbean inflections is being spoken by a significant portion of the youth population. British linguists
Vybz Kartel making music in prison. This has been a hot topic since his incarceration in 2011. But now a judge and the Department of Correctional Services could give the “Romping Shop” deejay the green light to record behind bars.
Commentary: What Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Get About Black People Keith Boykin analyzes the Lakers’ star’s recent comments about Trayvon Martin. By Keith Boykin Posted: 03/27/2014 03:46 PM EDT Filed Under Keith Boykin, Arthur Ashe, Sports News, Muhammad Ali, Kobe Bryant,
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