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Aug
04
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There was a lot of drama and near panic in Half Way Tree in St Andrew on Sunday after a man believed to be of insane, disarmed a police officer and shot two people. Reports from the police are that about 2 p.m., a policeman was on patrol in the area when a mad man managed to take away a gun from a policeman.

Eyewitnesses say the police was writing a motorist a traffic ticket when the man approached him and grabbed his firearm from the holster. The man began to firing at the officer and then wildly in the Half Way Tree area. The incident sent everyone in the area running for cover. An off duty police officer saw what was happening and intervened by shooting the man.

When the shooting ended, it is reported that a woman and another adult were found with gunshot wounds. The wounded man accused of starting the shooting and the two wounded bystanders were taken to hospital.
Jun
28
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In an effort to expand on her brand and celebrity status, Jamaican dancehall artiste Tifa has ventured into merchandising with the release of her signature headphone line.

The project is a partnership with Sound is Genious (SIG) and is called the Tifa SIG line. The headphones is reasonably priced starting as low as $2500 each. She also released a Bluetooth headset and a travel friendly sound box.

The headphones will be distributed in select Digicel stores and electronic stores.
Jun
28
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[Intro:]

Eeeh heh, zagga zow,
zagga now now now now now
Ziggy, yo, lets do this

[Chorus:]
Pon bed pon floor against wall
We sex dem all till dem call mi
Im di girls dem sugar dats all
Welcome di king of di dancehall
Pon bed pon floor against wall
We sex dem all till dem call mi
Im di girls dem sugar dats all
Welcome di king of di dancehall

[Verse 1:]
(Hello meet buddy gal!) Play wid dem hair
(Catch it now gimme nuh hickey gal!)
Dont yuh dare (Titty stiff eeeh?)
Remove yuh undawear
Waan mi fi ram it to stick it to jam it in widout
(Gal fi get sex though)
Who dat a ask mi why?
Gallis mi ask mi question nuh funky guy
(Whats up fattty?)
So how yuh act so shy
Mi nuh beg kitty but mi a like a bligh
Why, just so as yuh foot up high
Cause I, yes I believe yuh can, fly, straight to di sky
Betweenie mi name mi between yuh thighs
(Mi nuh Batman!)
Afta mi nuh Robin guy
If you and I ever knot to tie
Nuh shy, when mi stab it then yuh reply...
Jun
28
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Easy To Love is a fine representation of lovers’ rock, an effortless blend of reggae, R&B and dance hall with universal appeal. The sophistication he brings to these tracks is the mark of true quality. His delivery and phrasing are impeccable, and his choice of material and collaborators are strategic and brilliant.

The title track was a No. 1 hit on reggae charts last summer, evidence that Maxi Priest has a gift for staying fresh. The song features the legendary Jamaican drum and bass duo Sly & Robbie, who’ve played on some of Maxi’s biggest hits, including “Wild World,” “Some Guys Have All The Luck,” “Close To You,” and “Housecall” (featuring Shabba Ranks) as well as the new album track “Every Little Thing.” WATCH “Easy To Love” video.

Maxi’s been tugging on women’s heartstrings ever since the mid-80′s. New and long-term fans alike will relish hearing irresistible tributes of enduring affection like “Loving You Is Easy,” “Holiday,” “Still In Love,” and “Gravity.” The soulful...
Jun
28
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Built on his musical ability and production expertise, Alborosie’s reggae is a unique blend of vintage sounds built with old and new technology and great songwriting. Most tracks feature him playing multiple instruments and were recorded at his own Shengen Clan Studio in Kingston, Jamaica.

With songs like “Stepping Out” feat. David Hinds of Steel Pulse, “Money” feat. Horace Andy, “Guess Who’s Coming” feat. Black Uhuru and “I Can’t Stand it” feat Dennis Brown, Alborosie puts his modern day spin on these iconic hits while featuring the original artist. He also recreates Bob Marley classics including “Burnin and Lootin” and “Natural Mystic” alongside the reggae legend’s son and recording artist Ky-Mani Marley. On his new original recordings, he delivers a diverse blend of deep roots cuts (“Meditation” feat. Sizzla, “One Sound” feat. Gramps Morgan, “Celebration” feat. Gentleman and “Life” feat. Jah Cure), hard-hitting tunes (“Murderer” feat. Busy Signal and “Streets” feat. Ky-Mani...