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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

SIZZLA AND D’ANGEL BANNED FROM STING, SAYS ISAIAH LAING


Dancehall artistes D'Angel and Sizzla Kalonji are facing the wrath of Supreme Promotions boss Isaiah Laing, after the two behaved in a less-than-complimentary manner at Sting 30 last week.
Sizzla will no longer be able to perform at Sting, while D'Angel won't even be able to enter the venue during the event.
"We had a meeting on Saturday and we, Heavy D and myself, came to the decision to ban Sizzla Kalonji and D'Angel from Sting. Sizzla was warned repeatedly before going onstage about not promoting hate music and he went up there and did it repeatedly. We are going international and we warned every artiste before they went on to the stage," said Laing.
"We are banning D'Angel as a patron also. We don't want your money D'Angel. Stay home. Watch the event on pay-per-view," Laing told The Gleaner.
"What kind of image is D'Angel portraying as a mother? She's saying she came to clash but that's not how the clash went. It was not about Ninja Man, she embarrassed herself. At least a five-year ban for D'Angel."
At the time of the interview, the artistes had not yet learnt of the ban.
D'Angel's phone went straight to voicemail, while efforts to contact Sizzla also proved futile.
REASON FOR BAN
The ban comes as a result of Sizzla's set where he reportedly went against agreed-upon protocol to lambaste homosexuality on several occasions.
D'Angel, who was not scheduled as a performer, took to the mic, climbing from the VIP section to tackle Ninja Man in a lyrical battle that became more than a little raunchy.
With renewed criticism surrounding the 30th staging of Sting, the promoters also released a statement distancing themselves from certain utterances and behaviour displayed onstage, calling them "inconsistent with their efforts to provide energetic and authentic Jamaican entertainment".
"Sharp lyrical exchanges and colourful performances are staples of our annual offering, however, in accordance with our efforts to internationalise the event, we strive to ensure that the performances conform to accepted standards of decency and decorum," the statement to the media read.
It continued, that of the 11 hours of superb performances, there was only 15 minutes (an approximation) which could be deemed problematic.
"We believe that our artistes will take note of the observations which will assist us in effecting the kinds of control that we have been working assiduously to maintain and introduce. We wish to commend the majority of artistes who appeared on the show and performed in accordance with the standards which are reflective of our objectives.
"We have written to the artistes about their behaviour at the event, and we are committed to further steps when and where necessary," Laing told The Gleaner, before disclosing the decision to ban the two artistes.
"We thank the public and our sponsors for their continuous support, without which we would not have been able to boast three decades of existence. We remain committed to advancing reggae, dancehall music, and the industry. We will continue to strive to improve our product and are confident that with your support we will achieve our aim," the release ended.

Saturday, November 2, 2013

Vybz Kartel (November 2013) Nah Hold We Down| Follow @YoungNotnice

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Sunday, September 15, 2013

BREAKING NEWS! Producer "Patrick "Roach" Samuels murdered


Reports are that popular record producer Patrick  Samuels, more popularly known as "Roach" was shot and killed early this morning (sun).
He shot and killed by unknown assailants along Mannings Hill Road in St. Andrew.
 The circumstances surrounding the incident are unknown. Police have cordoned off the area and are processing the crime scene.
"Roach" was formerly Vybz Kartel's road manager before they later split. 
He later came to prominence again in 2011, when teamed up with Justus Arison for the now popular Dancehall project "Overtime Riddim", where several hits such as "Settle Down" by Mavado and Daniel Bedingfield's "Sometimes You Just Know".


Sunday, January 20, 2013

Kayas - Me Bad |Racka Vybz Riddim|