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Tuesday, 07 December 2010 11:04

No Mavado for Sting

His name was not on the poster and now it is official that dancehall artiste Movado will not be making an appearance at this year's Sting.

Mavado's Manager Julian Jones-Griffith and Sting's promoter Isaiah Laing have also confirmed this.

Saturday, 04 December 2010 14:54

Bounty Killer Gets back his Passport.

Dancehall artiste Rodney 'Bounty Killer' Pryce was all smiles when his wish for his passport to be returned was granted by an Area Resident Magistrate's yesterday Friday December 3rd 2010.


His attorney Christopher Townsend, made the application for the passport which was taken from the artiste by the police as a condition for his $500,000 bail in an assault case.

Michael Jackson's father has refiled a wrongful death lawsuit against the late pop icon's doctor, alleging negligence in treatment before the singer's death and when he was found unconscious.

The 24-page lawsuit, filed at the Los Angeles Superior Court this week — after a federal court rejected it in June — claims that Dr Conrad Murray spent 47 minutes on the phone while Jackson was dying on June 25, 2009.

Manager of reggae artiste Windel Edwards Gyptian has issued a statement in response to rumours about the health of the Reggae star, clarifying that he is suffering from dehydration following a 60-day tour of Europe and Africa

IVOR Ruddock says after a hectic period of shows, interviews and promotion, the artiste said that he was feeling faint after arriving in New York City from Tanzania for two last performances.

Gyptian reported feeling faint and was taken to a hospital in the city.

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