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Celebrity Soccer match had poor turnout

buju_marcia_gregory.jpgYardFlex understands that the Jammins Celebrity Soccer Match in New York was a big flop. Wi hear dat it attracted less than 1000 people. But wid a big line up like Buju, Capleton, Gregory Isaacs, Serani, Bunji Garlin, Marcia Griffiths and many more a wonda how come. But fi real it come een like hard times a lick every body left right and centre, dat's why nuff people probably neva meck it, dem haffi choose between food and show!


Yard flex buss it fuss

YardFlex buss di news fuss sey it come een like Beenie Man and him wife a eye dem one anodda back and si it deh, we guh read it inna one nex' suss column teday. But something could a really guh suh dough.


Weekly events a Jamaica

mondays_passa_bembe.jpgIt look like more tings a gwaan fi Jamaica more dan foreign. Cause dem have a sell off event every day a di week. Uptown Mondays, Hot Mondays, Girls Gone Wild Tuesdays, Boasy Tuesdays, Weddy Weddy, Passa Passa, Jamaica Vibes, Wacky Wednesdays...so much things for Wednesday! Den yuh have Bembe Thursdays, Dutty Fridays, Feelings Fridays, Voicemail Saturdays and nuh mention Rae Town Sundays, Prendys on the Beach and Money O Sundays. Plus a ongle tell unno whey mi know offa di top a mi head. You have lots more weekly events...so how come dem find money fi come party every day a de week? Tings a gwaan fi Jamaica!


More acts added to the The 10th Annual Reggae Carifest C.A.R.E.S

The 10th Annual Reggae Carifest C.A.R.E.S will be joining up with Keep a Child Alive for this year's event. Carifest will donate a portion of ticket sales to Keep a Child Alive which is an organization dedicated to helping children and their families who have been affected by AIDS.

Artistes slated to perform at this event are: Yami Bolo, MYSELF and Randy Harris III. New comers to the show include: Kotij Crew, Jr Lion, Kowskin and Lansky among other artistes doing uplifting songs of 'One Love, One World, One Heart' all for one cause, to Keep A Child Alive. Other singers include Grammy winner Lee "Scratch" Perry, Matisyahu, Slightly Stoopid, Midnite, Kayla Bliss, Meta and the Cornerstones, Joseph Israel and Graduation. All theses singers are looking forward to giving back to society.

Reggae Carifest which was launched in 1998 has been continuously providing a day of cultural awareness, consciousness and celebration of the culture in America. This year's event promises to be no different but still enlightening and educational.