Beenie Man has not yet collected the results of a paternity test he did recently to determine whether or not he is the biological father of Marco-Dean.
Reports are that the deejay was to collect results today. In a recent television interview, Beenie Man said there is a possibility that the child is not his, and if it turns out that way, D'Angel would have to repay the entire child support money that he had been paying.
In a press release issued yesterday, D'Angel accused Beenie Man of being fully aware of the DNA results at the time when he made these comments on the television interview.
Protection for Record Producers
The Jamaica Music Society, An Organization that protects the rights of record producers was launched on Tuesday, at Terra Nova hotel in Kingston.
Evon Mullings, General Manager, says the Jamaica Music Society (JAMMS) will also focus on labels. He explained that JAMMS’ role is set to be very significant in the music industry as it will also be collecting royalties, on behalf of the major international companies, that represent remuneration for usage of their collection(s) in broadcasts and public performances locally.
JAMMS was formed pursuant to the copyright act of Jamaica to administer intellectual property rights granted to producers of sound recordings.