Hip-Hop and R&B lovers in California are in for a treat! On Friday, August 30th, mega stars Nelly, TLC and Flo Rida will all be performing at the Shoreline Amphitheatre – located at 1 Amphitheatre Parkway – in Mountain View, California.
The event, which is being hosted by Q102, will begin at 7 PM and go until 10 PM. Tickets are available from as low as $18 USD via Live Nation.
Arguably one of the biggest events held in the Parish of St. Mary, Capleton‘s stage show, dubbed ‘A St. Mary Mi Come From,’ will return to the Parish after the artist held it in Kingston last year. That being said, the event will be held at the Grays Inn Sports Complex in St. Mary, Jamaica on November 9th, 2019.
Capleton, as well as a slew of top-tier reggae and dancehall artists will be performing. Full lineup will be announced shortly.
On Saturday, August 24th, there will be an ‘After Carnival Show & Dance’ at Club Empire (103 Empire Blvd. between Bedford and Franklin) in Brooklyn, New York.
Soca artists Tallpree and Skinny Banton will be the main acts for the evening. They will be supported by Boyzie, Inspector, Shortwave, King Black and many more. Early bird tickets are going for $25 USD; it will be more at the door.
Indian band, Sirens of Shanti, which is based in Toronto, Canada, has released a Bhangra mix of Rita Marley’s popular hit “One Draw.” Done in their native tongue, the song also features a couple verses from Jamaican dancehall artist Karamanti.
Click here to listen and download “One Draw” from iTunes.
The REVOLT Summit, which was created to bring hip-hop artists, creators and executives together to celebrate the culture and empower the community, will be held in Atlanta, Georgia from September 12th through 14th.
Last week the organizers unveiled the first wave of speakers, which includes: T.I., Coach K, Pierre “Pee” Thomas, Jermaine Dupri, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, Ester Dean and more. The three-day experience is dedicated to equipping young leaders with the right gems to succeed in the Hip Hop business.
In 2015, Una Morgan, a member of the reggae band Morgan Heritage, fell ill and had to remove herself from the limelight in order to focus on both her physical and mental health. She had been suffering from a pre-existing thyroid disease and was admitted in the hospital as her organs shut down and went into cardiac arrest. The silent killer caused congestive heart failure and atrial fibrillation, which is an abnormal heart rhythm.
Today the artist’s publicist announced that she is back! Una Morgan is now healthy, happy and ready to get back to the music. That being said, she just released the first single, Evolution, from her upcoming solo album.
Joy Fairclough in collaboration with Joy Music Ltd. will be having a dinner and show to celebrate her CD and book launch. It’s scheduled for Tuesday, September 10th at Jacob’s Place – 10A Springvale Avenue (off Constant Spring Road) – in Kingston.
She will be joined by some of the industry’s most respected musicians and artists: Fab 5 Band, Stranger Cole, Tilly Roots, The Heptones, Pam Hall and many, many more. For additional information about this event, email email@example.com.