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Alkaline is a Vybz Kartel copy cat who flopped at Sumfest says Gage's manager. This follows Alkaline's comment that he is the only relevant dancehall artiste apart from I Octane and Mavado, Alkaline also threw jabs at Gage.

"Alkaline is nothing but a copycat, he walks and bite Vybz Kartel, you are the youngest and the foolest...Him nuh get nuh forward at Sumfest. But mi like how him stand up and pretend that he was getting forward. Him contacts nearly drop out of him eyes when him a kill out himself onstage and the people dem nah respond," Gage's manager Davis said while poking fun at Alkaline's record Touch You which speaks about anal stimulation in sex".

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The comedian is now begging his woman to stay after speculations were raised that the comedian and Macka Diamond are involved in a sexual relationship.

The allegations started last month, after a controversial picture featuring Majah Hype and Macka Diamond surfaced on the Internet, which appeared to show him touching her on her exposed breasts.

"My girlfriend really took it hard, she thought it was a violation. It reach a point where things really shake up. Right now, we just a reach a rebuilding phase, but it still kind of sticky. She feel like mi betray her. Even though we not married, is two children we have together, so we have to make it work. She have to understand say is just so music business unpredictable," he said. ," Majah Hype said....




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The Music Industry Achievers Awards has announced Monday August 25, 2014 as the new date for the much anticipated event. The event will be held at the Courtleigh Auditorium with the walking of the red carpet at 6:00 and the show beginning at 7:00pm sharp as originally scheduled.

"I am elated to announce Monday August 25, 2014 as the new date for the Music Industry Achievers Awards. Everything will continue as originally scheduled and I hope to see everyone in attendance." Said Nackesha Doyley.

The Music Industry Achievers which was originally scheduled for Thursday July 10, 2014 was forced to be postponed due to reasons beyond our control.

"I was forced to postpone the event due to personal reasons. I was grief stricken after making the sudden postponement but my hands were tied" said Nackesha Doyley.

She continues, "As the premier event, everyone is trusting that we deliver a top class event and I am happy to say that we are on top of our game."

The CEO and founder of the Music Industry Achievers Awards Nackesha Doyley also wants to express her deepest gratitude to all her supporters, sponsors, performers for being so understanding and supportive.

"I wish to thank you all again for the continued support, my sponsors, my ambassadors, my performers, everyone really and also special thanks to my phenomenal team."

Attendees will be entertained by performances from Versatile, Seanizzle, Tnez, Iyara, Omari, Ikaya and many more. Tickets are available at Quick Fix Tectronics, Shop #50 Clock Tower Plaza so go and get your tickets now.

Please visit our facebook page Music Industry Achievers Awards and Instagram queenie_miaawards for more information. You can also contact miaproduction@hotmail.com or call 1 (876) 389 2506




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Veteran Dancehall artiste Mr. Lexx says Reggae Sumfest's Dancehall Night was boring!

"Yow, me deh ya a watch dancehall night and a watch the new crop of artistes and yow, I gotta come back. I gotta come show dem how to do it. I mean, the show was boring. Nobody performance stand out; nobody outfit stand out except for Mr Vegas an the platform shoes," Mr Lexx complained.

"We need more entertainment. It's entertainment; everybody a tek this ting too serious an di music dark. we need back happy music. we need performances and entertainment. Mi deh deh an a watch di whole crowd and I was saying, 'dem need me, I gotta come back."




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Queen Latesha believes sucking should have no place in dancehall, this is what she said in a recent interview.

"I go to Europe and Japan to teach dancing at workshops and nobody will book you for walking like a dog or sucking on a bottle in the dancehall. I am fed up with these songs which are degrading females, and I don't want my music to travel in a direction of slackness, but I just wanted to flip the script to show Gage how it feels and how it sounds when he speaks to females in that manner," Queen Latesha said. 

She even chastised selectors for endorsing songs which blatantly objectifies females. Songs like Touch You by Alkaline, which encourages females to stimulate his rectum with their tongue, and Throat Queen Latesha believes should have no place in dancehall. 

"Dem hurry come up selector and artiste yah need to do better. As for the females, none of these artistes that tell you to perform these acts will want to wife you, they don't want a woman who does the disgusting things they tell you to do. Artistes need to do songs to empower women, some of them only sing songs because they have the opportunity to and have no substance," she said. 

However the woman in the photo doesn't seem to care.

DUNG INNA THROAT GAL DANCE HALL GIRLS VIDEO JUNE 13, 2014


Gage - Throat (Raw) [Street Mongrel Riddim] January 2014


Queen Latesha- Mouth (Gage diss) Throat Counteraction





Chronixx Jimmy Fallon Interview on NBC

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Chronixx will make an appearance on popular US late-night TV show, the Tonight Show with iconic host Jimmy Fallon on July 22. The show is scheduled to be aired on NBC at 11:35 p.m. The Here Comes Trouble singer will be the first reggae artist to appear on The Tonight Show since Fallon took over from former host Jay Leno in February.

Chronixx is also set to perform in Central Park, New York City alongside Junior Reid on July 26 at a free concert hosted by Large Up and Federation Sound. Chronixx and his band, The Zinc Fence Redemption Band, will then head to Belgium for the first leg of The Dread and The Terrible Euro Summer Tour which is slated to make stops in Germany, Slovenia, London, Switzerland and Croatia.

The reggae artiste often compared to Peter Tosh, is promoting his debut album. The Dread and The Terrible, released this year.

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Khago, who recently returned to the island said: "I feel good about being nominated. I didn't expect it but a di hard work wey mi put in. It's a good look to see that yu sing a song three years ago and when yu step in a hip-hop club yu music still a play if dem even only a play three songs from dancehall. Win or lose, I still win, because we a go up against people like Vybz Kartel and Gyptian. Sometime all yu need is one song to connect with the people and Nah Sell Out has a good chance'.

Khago continued: "Inna Jamaica, dem always a put away music too fast, but in America and the rest of the world a different thing, music last longer."

Other notable Jamaican-produced songs which made the cut are Vybz Kartel's Cake Soap, Mavado's Pepper, Gyptian's Hold You among others.

Khago - Tun Up Di Ting [Official HD Video]





Tommy Lee bashes Alkaline for Battywash lyrics

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Dancehall artiste Tommy Lee Sparta has gone rock and roll with his latest diss song called Nah Bad in which he disses Alkaline for his sexually derogatory lyrics.

"Alkaline fix dem argument deh...a wah duh some bwoy dem nuh badda dan we none at all," Tommy Lee Sparta sings.

Alkaline has received much backlash in the entertainment industry since he released the song Fuck You in which he said he wants a girl to stick her tongue in his rectum as brawta.





UK police snare 660 suspected pedophiles

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(CNN) -- UK police have arrested 660 suspected pedophiles -- including doctors, teachers and scout leaders -- in a six-month operation spanning the country, the National Crime Agency said Wednesday.

The operation -- which targeted people accessing indecent images of children online -- involved 45 police forces across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

More than 400 children across the United Kingdom have been protected from harm as a result, the National Crime Agency said in a statement.

Thirty-nine of the suspects were registered sex offenders, the statement said, meaning the vast majority were not previously known to police. Their number also included social care workers and former police officers.

UK to probe Westminster pedophile ring 29 arrested in child porn investigation

The operation was kept under wraps until Wednesday to protect children and gather evidence against the accused, the statement said.

The National Crime Agency is not revealing the methods used to track down the suspects because it hopes to deploy them again in the future.

The charges brought so far range from possession of indecent images of children to serious sexual assault, it said. Many suspects have yet to be charged in the case.

"This is the first time the UK has had the capability to coordinate a single targeted operation of this nature," said Phil Gormley, the agency's deputy director general.

"Our aim was to protect children who were victims of, or might be at risk of, sexual exploitation. A child is victimized not only when they are abused and an image is taken. They are re-victimized every time that image is viewed by someone."

Some of those who start by looking at indecent images online go on to abuse children directly, he said, so arresting them now may prevent them from crossing that line.

The operation comes amid wide public concern over the issue of sexual abuse of children in the United Kingdom.

Children's TV entertainer Rolf Harris was sentenced this month to five years and nine months in prison for a string of indecent assaults against women and girls.

His trial came in the wake of shocking revelations of predatory sexual behavior by the late TV host Jimmy Savile against vulnerable children and adults.

The publicity around those high-profile cases appears to have encouraged others to come forward with allegations of abuse.

Chief Constable Simon Bailey said the majority of police forces in England and Wales are dealing with an "unprecedented increase" in reports of sexual abuse of children.

"Forces are investigating exploitation of children and young people by groups and gangs, non-recent abuse including large-scale investigations into abuse in institutions over many years and sexual abuse by parents and family members," he said.