Last week, Jamaican dancehall and reggae icon, Buju Banton appealed to the people of Trinidad and Tobago to put an end to gang violence
Culture has been recognized.
Nailah Blackman is back with the heat.
In a time of tremendous societal upheaval, two of Trinidad and Tobago’s entertainers have come together to unleash music that speaks to the heart of man.
THINK YOU CAN SPOT THE DIFFERENCE? THIS IS ONE CHALLENGE WE DARE YOU TO DIVE INTO…. We’ve made three (3) changes to this photo of this Jamaican dancehall trio. CAN YOU SPOT THEM? Wasn’t too hard was it? IF YOU SOLVED IT, TYPE “YES” IN THE COMMENTS SECTION BELOW. Be sure to come back tomorrow […]
Kwesi Lee, who’s best known as SupaHype, debuts his reformatted ‘Out Dey TV’ with a tell-all interview with well known Trinidad dancehall artist, Trinidad Killa