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Wednesday, April 30, 2014


Vybz Kartel, is currently serving a life sentence in a maximum security prison in Jamaica.
The dancehall deejay was convicted on March 13, 2014 for the 2011 murder of Clive “Lizard” Williams. Fellow artiste Shawn Storm, and two friends, Kahira Jones and Andre St John are also serving life sentences, with the possibility of parole in more than 25 years.

Check out the documentary that highlights his career prior to his conviction. The 48 minute long film discusses free masonary, members of Portmore Empire, skin bleaching, and candids with Vybz Kartel. The documentary aired on TVJ Jamaica April 4 2014. Featured artist include
Agent Sasco, Spragga Benz, Bounty Killer, Bascom X, Mavado, Ninja Man, Beenie Man, Spice, Kimberly Hamilton, Black Ryno, Cory Todd and more.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Pengco Music Presents - Jamelody "Gun"



Jamelody - Gun
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Unlike the traditional, soothing and melodic vocals many have come to know Jamelody for, this single - produced by Pengco Music’s Randal Alexander, takes on a completely different energy; one which symbolizes his versatility as an entertainer. It’s nothing you’d expect to hear from reggae crooner and VP Recording artiste, Jamelody, but is sure to capture fans and listeners.

Jamelody’s raspy tone accentuates the lyrics, which describes the gun in quite a metaphorical sense, saying his gun is a spiritual one that won’t aid in shedding blood but rather one that will save lives and deliver knowledge and wisdom.

In the past few years, Jamelody has proven quite capable of holding his own. As a Trinidad and Tobago reggae artiste, he has earned the respect of many reggae heavyweights and producers in Jamaica. Over the years, he has also delivered several memorable reggae anthems, among them: ‘Pressure,’ ‘Love Crazy’, ‘I Wanna Love You’ and ‘Special To Me'. He has wowed audiences in and out of T&T; in turn proving that he is capable of standing assertive on any international stage.

Pengco Music has been at the fore of the local reggae scene in Trinidad and Tobago for some time. Working with several local and regional reggae artistes and believes in the genre, some of his production credits include; The Kush Riddim, Riddim 868, The Android Riddim, the Blueberry Riddim and several others.

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Friday, April 18, 2014


For Immediate Release: Honorebel "UFO"
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For Immediate Release:
April 18, 2014
MAY 6 2014

Easily the most unclassifiable artiste, Honorebel returns with his brand new roots reggae hit UFO, released on Phantom Music Group / Zojak Worldwide, will be available May 6,2014 but its available now for Pre-Orders.
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The new single is a great depiction of his journey as an international, crossover musician. Throughout his career, Honorebel has never been categorized into one genre.  He effortlessly fuses reggae, roots, pop, EDM, dancehall, and other influential sounds to create his universal appeal. Sentimentally, he has become something like an “Unidentified Object”.  "UFO" Is Producer by Chris Sane, a super producer from Copenhagen Denmark.

When asked to comment on "UFO", Honorebel had this to say  "I feel like music is a feelings and a vibes, so I go where ever that vibes and feelings takes me. I wanted to go back to the authentic, organic feelings, tempo and sounds of the real roots reggae music and with my futuristic lyrical flavor and flow to give it a nice blend. "

In the video, Honorebel creates a unique visual experience for viewers. Glimpses of actual performances, along with out of this world graphics and effects; “UFO” boasts an imaginative voyage capturing every lyric in the song.

Check out the video now on VEVO, directed by Shadrac Milhomme, who also directed
"Ravin & Clean", "Seize The Night", "Nuh Better Than You"  and "Renta Dread" all performed by Honorebel.
"UFO" Is Producer by Chris Sane, a super producer from Copenhagen Denmark.
"Education without morals, music without the message of love, true friends without loyalty is like a ship without a compass, sailing aimlessly at sea. Music is that universal language that unites and inspires. To be able to spread love, while doing what I love on a global capacity, that is legendary. ONE LOVE!" -Honorebel

Honorebel is available for interviews upon request.
Publicity Contact:
P: 617-820-0448

Wednesday, April 9, 2014


As Anthony B embarks on his European end of the "Tribute to Legends" tour; he stopped in Poland and sat down with host of the popular morning show, "Good Morning TVN", to discuss the album, touring, and life.
Check out the April 9, 2014 interview and performance below.

Interview (translator voice can be heard)

Anthony B performing "My Yes and My No"
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Thursday, April 3, 2014


KINGSTON, Jamaica:
Dancehall artiste, Vybz Kartel, has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams.

Kartel, whose real name is Adijah Palmer, is to serve 35 years before he becomes eligible for parole.

He and the three other men convicted for Lizard’s murder were each given life sentences a short while ago by Justice Lennox Campbell.

Adidja Palmer – LIFE IN PRISON (35 years before eligible for parole)
Shawn ‘Shawn Storm’ Campbell – LIFE IN PRISON (25 years before eligible for parole)
Kahira Jones – LIFE IN PRISON (25 years before eligible for parole)
Andre St John – LIFE IN PRISON (30 years before eligible for parole)

Justice Campbell handed down the sentences after hearing impassioned pleas for leniency from lawyers representing the men.

On March 13, after 65 days of trial, a jury returned a ten to one guilty verdict.

On that same day, a fourth co-accused, Shane Williams was freed by the jury.

The defense has indicated that it will be appealing the verdict.

It has cited discrepancies, inconsistencies, missing data, and mismanagement in the collection of evidence as well as the integrity of the evidence.

Kartel’s attorney, Tom Tavares-Finson says the defense has a fundamental issue with the decision of the trial judge to permit certain phone evidence, given the admission by the police that the instruments were being used after they were taken into their custody.

He says it is very significant that since the matter was heard, the Director of Public Prosecutions has ordered a change in the protocol as to how evidence is to be kept in the department.

According to the attorney, the police have also changed the protocol as to how telephones are to be kept.

Tavares-Finson said the Director of Public Prosecutions, Paula Llewellyn, has also asked prosecutor, Jeremy Taylor, to launch an investigation into the conduct of the investigators in the case.

"I am of the opinion that the department cannot investigate itself and any such investigation should be done by the Independent Commission of Investigations,” Tavares-Finson said.

Article courtesy of Jamaica Gleaner

Months before Kartels arrest, he expressed concern in an interview with Cliff Hughes. He knew that his life and freedom were at risk, and he pointed the finger, at promoter and former law enforcement officer Laing. Take a listen.