Jamaican deejay BEENIE MAN has signed a new deal with Tommy Boy Entertainment to distribute some of his songs in the US.
BEENIE MAN's manager, Rohan “Blue” Smith, said: “We have signed a deal with Tommy Boy that will see them distributing the 'Greatest Gallis' song featuring Sean Paul, 'Soul Mate', a song with Gyptian and one more song produced by Beenie Man's label, MD Entertainment.”
DJ RICHIE BLOOD has dropped the December ReggaeChapter podcast featuring a straight-up mix of 2012’s biggest riddims out of Jamaica.
Welcome to the November edition of the ReggaeChapter series of podcasts with host DJ RICHIE BLOOD.
This month RICHIE drops the freshest riddims out of Jamaica, the biggest hits from the UK, mixed in with a selection of dub and jungle, and ending up with a trip down memory lane.
Trinidadian soca artist MACHEL MONTANO said in a recent interview with The Voice newspaper that music, no matter the genre, should “create unity and bring people together.”
BBC 1Xtra dancehall DJ ROBBO RANX has celebrated Jamaica’s 50th anniversary of independence from the UK with a free-to-view documentary on the legendary Tuff Gong Studios in Kingston.
All of BEENIE MAN’s UK shows over the following few days have been cancelled with no official explanation as to why this happened at the last minute.
Venue organisers and promoters confirmed the bad news via official websites and social media channels.
The following shows have been cancelled:
DJ RICHIE BLOOD has dropped the latest edition of the ReggaeChapter podcast featuring the best in reggae, dancehall, dub and jungle music.
Jamaican dancehall artist BEENIE MAN will play at the O2 Brixton Academy next month as part of a Jamaica and Trinidad 50th anniversary of independence celebrations.
VP Records and Greensleeves Records have released the 20th edition of the annual reggae compilation Reggae Gold as a special two-disc set including new and old hits from SEAN PAUL, POPCAAN, KONSHENS, BUSY SIGNAL and DAMIAN MARLEY.
This month DJ RICHIE BLOOD delivers another hour of the best in dancehall, dub, jungle and reggae to get you warmed up as the summer season kicks off.
The June podcast blazes a trail showcasing brand new dancehall riddims including Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor’s Bassline Riddim, Aurora Skies Riddim Pt.2 and Dre Skull’s Loudspeaker Riddim.
King Of The Dancehall BEENIE MAN is the latest headliner to be announced for this summer's BoomTown Fair festival.
He will be the Saturday night (11 August) headliner at one of the UK's few dedicated reggae, dub and dancehall festival stages: The Lion's Den.
Jamaican dancehall artist BEENIE MAN has been caught on video falling off the stage at a live performance in Costa Rica.
It appears the deejay was not seriously injured as he quickly returned to the stage to carry on with the show.
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Dancehall artist and ex-model Michelle Downer, more commonly known as D’ANGEL, has appeared on Jamaican TV speaking about her divorce from Moses Davis, BEENIE MAN.
D’ANGEL was interviewed on TVJ’s Entertainment Report - her first television appearance since the announcement of her divorce.
Jamaican dancehall artist BEENIE MAN, born Anthony Moses Davis, has received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the inaugural Reggae Rhythm & Blues festival in Queens, New York.
The award was presented by US congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke, born to Jamaican immigrant parents, in Roy Wilkins Park on 4 September.
The brief ceremony included a video celebrating the "King of the Dancehall's" milestones in the music industry.
Even more artists have been added to the inaugural Reggae Rhythm & Blues Festival that takes place in New York next month.
US R&B stars MONICA and KENNY "BABYFACE" EDMONDS will now join the previously announced reggae-heavy bill that includes MAVADO, TARRUS RILEY, MACHEL MONTANO and BEENIE MAN.
Jamaican dancehall artists I-OCTANE, KHAGO and TEFLON all put their differences aside to perform onstage together at CAPLETON’s annual “St. Mary Mi Come From” show.
According to the Jamaica Observer CAPLETON invited the three to join him onstage after 3am (on 6 August) at the Grays Inn Sport Complex in Annotto Bay.
Anthony Moses Davis, better known as BEENIE MAN, has become the latest dancehall artist to have his US visa and work permit reinstated.
BEENIE MAN’s management team confirmed he received a visa, but that he had no immediate plans for travel or performances in the US.
The reinstatement of Davis' visa follows hot on the heels of MAVADO who also had his US visa returned earlier this month.