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    Chronixx To Make New York City Outdoor Concert Debut

    Chronixx, one of Jamaica's fastest rising reggae stars, will make his outdoor concert debut at New York City's flagship reggae, rhythm and blues summer concert Groovin' In The Park on Sunday, June 29 in Queens. "Chronixx is the hottest reggae artiste on the circuit right now and we are extremely pleased to present him for the first time to music fans in New York at our outdoor festival this year" Christopher Roberts, founder and CEO of Groovin Inc said. "He is talented, exciting to watch on stage and lyrically out of this world", Roberts continued..

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    Etana Pulls Trigger

    International reggae artiste, Etana is pulling the trigger with another socially conscious message for fans. Etana has never been afraid to push the envelope and express herself freely. She explores the difficulties and hardships faced by communities at the base of the social strata. She is known for inspirational music and provides hope through song.

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    Tessanne Chin wows at the white house

    When acclaimed Jamaican singer, Tessanne Chin makes history, she does so in the biggest way possible and Thursday night, she continued that trend by giving yet another inspiring performance during the special Women of Soul concert at the White House.

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    Buju Banton releases letter expressing sadness at death of Chokwe Lumumba

    Incarcerated Reggae/Dancehall superstar has released a heartfelt letter of condolence following the recent death of his former lawyer and the mayor of Jackson, Mississippi, Chokwe Lumumba. Lumumba, who represented Buju for nearly a year as he fought his 2011 drug conviction, died in a Mississippi hospital after suffering severe chest pains on Feb. 25. Buju was forced to change lawyers following Lumumba’s successful mayoral election last July.

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    Keron Salmon, known by his fans as Kabaka Pyramid, is an ever-evolving artist that has numerous ways of expressing his creativity. The ability to watch and learn from others around him has made him into somewhat of a Jack-of-all-trades. You can find him at Bebble Rock Studios, in his hometown Kingston, Jamaica, writing lyrics, producing tracks, engineering/recording himself or other artists, mixing songs, editing video/photos, or even learning to play the guitar!

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    Dj Terro known to many as just "Terro" knew he had a deep love and passion for music when he was a youngster. He would save his lunch money to purchase his first Boom Box, just so he could listen and record some of his favorite songs. He got his first exposure when he played on his Aunt's 1 turntable component system at her then bar which gained him much respect from the elders and his peers. After migrating to the States he teamed up with some schoolmates who shared the same passion then and was operating a sound system called "Embassy". That was where the schooling in music began. During this schooling he learned the basics of how to organize the record box, reading a crowd, selecting, and mixing. Dj Terro later graduated by doing early warmups sets for his teacher and professor of his craft "Blinds" and "Hilo Clinch" (Much RESPECT).His craft was brought to a sudden hall when the life expectancy of Embassy was cut short by the dubplates been stolen. Playing alongside some of the biggest names in the sound business out of Jamaica and around the world Dj Terro started traveling to different states which gained him more experience and exposure. Still very passionate about his first love MUSIC, he is still keeping it real with the music never forgetting the core of it all, the ROOTS and CULTURE.

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    February 2014

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    On his latest single “Who Knows” Protoje teams up with Chronixx once again to bring double the Jamaican flair. With the Winta James produced beat listeners immediately know they’re listening to a real roots reggae record

    The singer has returned with yet another influential single titled Trigger. Lyrically, the song explores the story of an individual struggling to cope with a plunging economy, as well as fighting the temptation to fall into a life of crime to make ends meet.

    In anticipation of Ashanti’s new album Braveheart, the singer released a brand new single for her fans. Titled “First Real Love,” the song also features Beenie Man and has a nice spring feel to it.

    With his flawless tenor voice and sophisticated soulful pop roots sound, no one makes reggae quite like Tarrus Riley. His 5th outing Love Situation continues to step away from the glitz in tribute to reggae’s forebear – the rocksteady sounds of the mid-60s.

    Five years after the release of their "Genesis" album, Ward 21 is fully back on track with their fifth studio album entitled "Still Disturbed", digitally released in co-operation with one of Europe's foremost dancehall labels, Germaica Digital outta Germany.

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  • Chronixx to make new york city outdoor concert debut

    Chronixx, one of Jamaica's fastest rising reggae stars, will make his outdoor concert debut at New York City's flagship reggae, rhythm and blues summer concert Groovin' In The Park on Sunday, June 29 in Queens. "Chronixx is the hottest reggae artiste on the circuit right now and we are extremely pleased to present him for the first time to music fans in New York at our outdoor festival this year" Christopher Roberts, founder and CEO of Groovin Inc said. "He is talented, exciting to watch on stage and lyrically out of this world", Roberts continued. Roberts is not the only music executive heaping praises on Chronixx. In a recent Billboard Magazine interview, Island Records' founder Chris Blackwell said Chronixx's music, is "completely fresh, uplifting and very pure." Major Lazer selector Walshy Fire quipped, "the world will recognize him as one of reggae’s greatest artists."

    Chronixx comes to the sizzling one day reggae and R&B festival with superb credentials. He has an impressive catalogue of smash hits including "Behind Curtain," "Tell Mi Now," "Here Comes Trouble," "African Heritage" and his patriotic Jamaican anthem "Smile Jamaica" that has placed him on reggae's frontline. On stage, Chronixx is exciting to watch. In the past year he has delivered a number of impressive performances dating back to February 2013 when he enthralled thousands of fans at the Tuka Rada Peace Concert in Nairobi, Kenya. He then left fans in a musical trance at Reggae Sumfest 2013 and had them singing along at the Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival in Trelawny. While this will mark his first appearance on the Groovin In The Park stage, he has performed in New York before as a guest of Jamaican Jazz great Monty Alexander at the cozy Blue Note Jazz Club. At that sold out event in Manhattan, Chronixx stamped his authority with his trademark superlative performance. "This year we are expecting an even greater interest in the one day festival with Chronixx now on board", Roberts said.

  • Etana Pulls trigger

    International reggae artiste, Etana is pulling the trigger with another socially conscious message for fans. Etana has never been afraid to push the envelope and express herself freely. She explores the difficulties and hardships faced by communities at the base of the social strata. She is known for inspirational music and provides hope through song. Her latest single, Trigger, exposes an abstruse side of a survival story. "I think it's different to view things from the perspective of the man holding the gun. This song doesn't say he actually pulled the trigger, but he's thinking. That's what he has to do, due to circumstances. It's metaphoric, a deep song that is real to some," Etana explained. Trigger tells the true-to-life tale of a youth, who promised his mother faithfully that he, would evade a life of crime. This character is trapped by economical challenges, making the temptation near impossible to resist. He hollers, 'Mama mi haffi pull the trigger, again'" and clarifies why he is ensnared in a cycle he desperately tries to abandon.

    The lyrics, written by Shauna McKenzie Morris and Sherietta Lewis, are enthralling. Etana said her inspiration to write and record the piece came from, "someone I met long ago who had a similar story, but never picked up the gun. Instead, he chose the books. However, some aren't so fortunate to even find assistance to continue their education."

  • Tessanne Chin wows at the white house

    When acclaimed Jamaican singer, Tessanne Chin makes history, she does so in the biggest way possible and Thursday night, she continued that trend by giving yet another inspiring performance during the special Women of Soul concert at the White House. The concert, put on by U.S. First Lady, Michelle Obama took place in front of a packed East Room and featured top class singers ranging different eras, including Aretha Franklin, Patti LaBelle, Janelle Monae, Melissa Etheridge, Ariana Grande and Jill Scott. Chin was introduced by U.S. president, Barack Obama to a rousing ovation, along with the other performers. Wearing a fiery red dress as she entered the stage, Chin thanked the Obamas for the invitation to perform before going into her set; a rendition of Last Dance, the classic song by the late, great disco singer, Donna Summer, who inspired Chin throughout her career.

    Backed a full band and background singers, Chin showed why she was crowned the season five winner of The Voice with a vocally strong performance which had most in the audience moving, even getting some to their feet. In said audience was her husband and Jamaican media personality, Michael Cuffe, as well as family. Franklin was the most prominent of the ladies in terms of sets as she performed classics such as Let’s Have a Party, I’ve Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You) and Amazing Grace. LaBelle was her usually stellar self as she performed Over The Rainbow while Grande, just 20 years old, sang her hit,Tattooed Heart. Chin later joined all the other singers for a group rendition of Proud Mary by Ike and Tina Turner. The full concert, the 12th staged by the White House since 2009, will be seen on American television, viaPBS, on April 7 before later being broadcast on the Armed Forces Network to America’s service men and women. Women of Soul was scheduled as a part of Women’s History Month and was preceded by a special workshop where middle school, high school and college students got to meet the performers and learn about their experiences within the music industry.

  • Buju Banton releases letter expressing sadness at death of Chokwe Lumumba

    Incarcerated Reggae/Dancehall superstar has released a heartfelt letter of condolence following the recent death of his former lawyer and the mayor of Jackson, Mississippi, Chokwe Lumumba. Lumumba, who represented Buju for nearly a year as he fought his 2011 drug conviction, died in a Mississippi hospital after suffering severe chest pains on Feb. 25. Buju was forced to change lawyers following Lumumba’s successful mayoral election last July. Buju Banton, whose real name is Mark Myrie, released the detailed letter on Friday expressing his shock at the death while giving insight into their relationship and how Lumumba helped him during his case. The full letter is below:

    To the family and friend of the late Chokwe Lumumba: My heart goes out to you all. I share in your grief immensely. Having been one of the many lives Atty. Lumumba has touched. Its with a deep sense of privation that I mourned the passing of my friend and another great black freedom fighter .Atty. Chokwe Lumumba, a warrior just like the great leader, Patrice Lumumba, who fought for the liberation of the Congo in Africa. Atty. Lumumba fought for many who could not stand up against a profaned system that is filled with injustice.A well disciplined and principled man. We first met while I was going through the litigation process stemming from the 11th Circuit Court of Appeal decision to reinstate a gun charge. A charge that was previously dismissed by the district court judge. This tall, dignified black man walked into the visiting room at the F.C.J Miami, introduced himself and got right down to business. Atty. Lumumba had already done his homework concerning my case and clearly saw something was amiss.He never tried to sugar coat his thoughts. He believed it {was} imperative and made it very clear that I should do the same. Throughout those protracted months I spent at the Pinellas County Jail in Tampa, FL, Atty. Lumumba called at least twice weekly. To discuss my case and ascertain all was well with me. He traveled all the way from Mississippi to Florida for attorney client visits. All these actions of genuine interest in my situation, gave me confidence in Atty Lumumba. We developed mutual respect for each other. His appraisal for my chances as it regards justice was always realistic. Hence his proactive approach as oppose to being reactive. This brought about a favorable outcome, with the gun charge being dismissed. At the end of the evidentiary hearings in 2013, Atty. Lumumba looked me in the eyes and said, “What did you do to these people. This is not justice at all. From the gate you have been screwed”. Now having gone through a battery of Attorneys and immense suffering, I knew without a doubt that there were some hidden forces at work and I was being shafted. Lumumba also advised me that having been elected Mayor of Jackson, Mississippi, he was unable to continue his career as a defense Attorney. However, he went on to recommend a few attorneys whom he believed would effectively assist me. Atty. Lumumba also reached out to my current Attorney, Professor Charles Ogletree. In parting, Atty. Lumumba again said “Mark its going to be an uphill struggle. I saw what they did to you and unfortunately, you didn’t see it coming. Once they have you, it’s hell to break free from their chains son. I wish you all the best. You can call me anytime for anything at all. However I can render assistance, trust me, I will. We spoke several times after he was no longer my official representative. Even through third parties ,even as recent as two days before his passing. So I was not only shocked but also in a state of denial. Atty Lumumba was vigorous and energetic, even when he spoke in a subtle manner. How could this happen without warning? This is really sad. I just have to pay my respects in whatever way I can. Thank you for the time you dedicated to my cause. It will be with me forever and the countless others whom you have touched with your passion for justice. I know you are in a much better place. If what they say is true, then you are still fighting for those who cannot fight for themselves. Farewell my friend. You shall be greatly missed. Lumumba’s body currently lies in state at Jackson’s City Hall ahead of his scheduled funeral on Saturday at the Jackson Convention Complex. It was announced last week that Buju’s new lawyer, Charles Ogletree filed documentation seeking a new trial in a U.S. appeals court.