DESPITE the heavy rains that drenched the Corporate Area last Thursday, it was 'all systems go' at Jamaica Music Conference's Conscious Reggae Party, which took place at Nanook on Burlington Avenue in St AndrewRead More
THE stage is now set for the Jamaica Music Conference which kicks off in the Corporate Area on Thursday and runs until Sunday.Read More
The fifth annual Jamaica Music Conference takes place from next Thursday (November 9) to Sunday, November 12. While Joan Webley, member of the local conference's management committee, notes its growth, she is hoping that its impact will extend well beyond four daysRead More
Ras Slick is set to bring his brand of music to attendees at next month's Jamaica Music Conference. The fifth annual conference opening is scheduled to take place on November 9th at Nanook in Kingston.Read More
The Jamaica Music Conference (JMC) is a four-day music conference featuring panel discussions, workshops, independent music artist showcases, and a community service day.
Getting greater support and involvement from the local entertainment fraternity is one of the mandates of the organisers of the Jamaica Music Conference set for the Corporate Area from November 9–12.Read More
Starting today and lasting until Sunday, players in the local music industry will have the opportunity to participate in the fourth annual staging of the Jamaica Music Conference.Read More
TORONTO - Nov. 4, 2016 - PRLog -- Canadian artists of the highest caliber set to perform at the 4thannual Jamaica Music Conference at the Edna Manley School of Music and Performing Arts November 10th to 13th, 2016 in Jamaica.Read More
"It is no secret anymore. Reggae has finally begun to permeate the United States mainstream market in a big way. The focus of Snow's publicity campaign will be to establish Snow solely on the basis of his music, with as little knowledge of his race as possible. Therefore, the advance music mailing will not go out with a photo. It is apparent that we would not be able to send the bio either, since it mentions the fact that he is white."
VETERAN sound system selector Ricky Trooper says too much of contemporary dancehall sounds like hip hop and rhythm and blues. He is urging artistes and producers to return to the roots of drum and bass.Read More
NAVIGATING Prime Time, the final panel discussion on the closing day of the third annual Jamaica Music Festival was an intense affair.Read More
THE third Jamaica Music Conference starts Friday in Kingston. To be held over three days, seminars with presentations by industry insiders dominate the roster.Read More
THE third Jamaica Music Conference starts Friday in Kingston. To be held over three days, seminars with presentations by industry insiders dominate the roster.
Kwasi Bansu, CEO of the event, said participation has grown since the conference debuted.Read More
A number of key music business insiders will discuss issues affecting the Jamaican industry, and present solutions.
Ibo Cooper, head of music at Edna Manley College, Karen Mason, who has worked with major records labels including Elektra, lawyer Kendall Minter and artiste manager Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange, are among the panelists/presenters.Read More
Roots-rock reggae singer Kabaka Pyramid, one of the stand out performers at this year’s reggae Reggae Sumfest and Jah Bouks who shot to fame with his reggae anthem “Call Angola” in 2013 are confirmed participants ......Read More
A galaxy of reggae music industry luminaries will come together in Kingston on November 20- 22 for the fourth annual Jamaica Music Conference 2015.Read More
Reggae Legend Junior Reid was the most notable celebrity speaker at the first annual Jamaica Music Conference at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica.Read More
MICHAEL Skolnik, editor-in-chief and co-president of hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons' GlobalGrind.com, is the featured speaker today at the Jamaica Music Conference (JMC) which takes place at the University of the West Indies' (Mona campus) Neville Hall.
The conference, which began Friday, also ends today.Read More