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Movado, Wyclef, Sizzla, 2Chainz, Beenie Man, Lady Saw and others for 30th Anniversary edition of STING!!!

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STING PPV 23STING, the longest running one night Reggae show will be turning 30 this year, and a part of the commemorative celebrations include; making STING available in every household worldwide. In 1983 Isaiah Laing thought to bring Reggae, the song of Jamaicans under the roof of the National Arena at a time when many Jamaicans were separated base on their political affiliations.  STING was an instant hit, crowds flocked to the first show and brought Jamaicans together! This year as a part of the celebration STING will be opening its stage to the world, showcasing, Reggae and Dancehall’s most famous artistes and a few international acts. Wyclef  Jean and Hip Hop artiste’s 2Chaniz will be  joining the line up and celebrating STING  30 at Jam World Entertainment complex December 26, 2013.   Supreme Promotions has partnered with Downsound Records’ Joe Bagdanovich who has had tremendous experience and has worked with the likes of; Bob Marley and the Wailers , Rolling Stone, BB King, The YardBirds, David Bowie, Rod Stewart and many more. Bagdanovich has been involved in the concert business for over 30 years. Both mega agencies have come together this year making STING continental. It a guh MAD! The first STING has seen the likes of Shabba Ranks, Supercat, Flourgon , Tiger, Maxie Priest, Junie Ranks, Dominic from the UK., Pinchers,Junior Demus, Peter Metro, Chinnman, Ragamuffin, Sister Charmaine, Lady Mackerel , Major Mackerel , Ninja man, Papa San, Lt Stitchie, Red Dragon, Lady P,Lady Patra, Junior Demus, Mad Cobra, Conroy Smith, Courtney Melody, Little John, Pan Head, Jose Wales, BeenieMan, Bounty Killer,Little Kirk, Spragga Benz,General Trees, Sizzla, Capleton and many more. STING became the benchmark for Reggae. In 1983Artistes faced the toughest crowds and were touted to challenge each other lyrically in what they would call CLASH. Clash quickly became the checkmark for all new Reggae artistes. If the crowd applauded a performance, that artist had a chance of survival in the very challenging and dynamic Jamaica music market. Sting’s stage is where an artiste’s career begins or end. Artistes are expected to hold their own with the ultimate judge being STING’s crowd. The people determined who owned the music and gave that artiste Reggae’s crown. Ninjaman became STING’S reigning CLASH King after beating his rivals lyrically for well over twenty years. The tradition of   CLASH has lived on, and this year will be CLASH after CLASH.   STING 30 will see the return of Dancehall Don Dadda Supercat who to date was a part of the most memorable CLASH to date and has returned to Jamaica after not performing for well over ten years! Major Mackerel will be back and has proposed the ultimate challenge to younger dancehall artiste, Elephant Man. The eight hour show will be available for the first time in the U.S on PayPerView and on Ustream at reduced prices because of the anniversary.  There will be well over thirty onstage acts, STING’s red carpet live, and interviews. Log on to www.bringthesting.com today!]]>

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Stonebwoy hits the studio with American singer Jordin Sparks

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Ghanaian Reggae and Dancehall artist, Stonebwoy has been captured in a studio with American singer, Jordin Sparks following their recent meeting in Los Angeles. (more…)

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Nigerian court fines singer Oxlade N5m over leaked sex tape

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A Lagos State High Court, Southwest Nigeria has awarded N5m damages against a singer, Ikuforijimi Abdulrahman, aka Oxlade, over a leaked explicit sex tape with a woman on a social media app, Snapchat. (more…)

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I put Stonebwoy on, but people claim I have done nothing to support other artists- Kwaw Kese

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Ghanaian rapper, Kwaw Kese has recounted his contribution to the success of Stonebwoy’s career. (more…)

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T-Ben Miller drops new single “Soldier”, ahead of EP release – LISTEN

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T-Ben Miller has come for the girls again with a new single. This time he comes as a “Soldier”, the title of the song. As the Valentine’s Day season approaches and the world is celebrating February as the month of love, it is appropriate to find the song that syncs well with the ladies.

T-Ben already has hinted about an upcoming EP due for release in early 2023 titled “No Bad Times”, from which he has released some few singles already. But “Soldier” is a side step teaser he wants to share with his fans especially his ladies ahead of the catalogue release.

Listen to “Soldier” here on Digital Stores: https://li.sten.to/tbenmillersoldier

A year ago he relaunched himself with an all new set of records and upgraded version of his creativity. He has since been consistent with releases. T-Ben Miller is an alumni of Ho Technical University who is now fully into doing music and majors in Afrobeats. Follow him across social media on the handle @iamTBen.

 

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Watch: Camidoh explains why he dropped another EP instead of an album

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Ghanaian Afropop and R&b singer, Camidoh has stated that he dropped an EP instead of an album to further solidify his brand some more. (more…)

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Delay hilariously reveals she’s been blocked on Twitter by Abeiku Santana

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Ghanaian Radio/Television Personality, Deloris Frimpong Manso, popularly known as Delay, has revealed that she has been blocked on Twitter by her colleague Abeiku Santaana. (more…)

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