September 17, 2013

Bolt cements his status as Greatest Sprinter ever

Olympic champion Usain Bolt became a World champion once again after storming to victory in the 100m final at the World Championships in Moscow. Finishing with […]
September 17, 2013

Kiprich at his Best

Kiprich is known to be one of the most lyrical artistes in the dancehall business. He never fails to prove this sentiment at live shows, much […]
August 13, 2013

Bolt’s United dream finally comes true…then fades away again

- by Yemi Abiade - It was all too good to be true. Olympic champion sprinter Usain Bolt seemed to have got his wish to play […]
August 12, 2013

Elephant Man talks to Vision after the BET Award Show

- by Deana Myers - 2013 has been very good for reggae and dancehall in-spite of the many dark clouds that shade over the industry. On […]
August 12, 2013

Dancer Keiva pleas: Show us more respect!

Popular dancer Keiva pleas to show Jamaican dancers more respect. According to her, dancers in Jamaica are not being adequately compensated for the work they do. […]
August 10, 2013

‘Jamaica does not play reggae music’

… says Royal Family of Reggae Morgan Heritage – by Nadine White – Widely dubbed as the ‘Royal Family of Reggae Music’, it was great to […]
August 10, 2013

D Major – Fresh crop of reggae talent

- by Nadine White - D Major, real name Damian Codlin, is one of the fresh crop of reggae and dancehall talent to come from the […]
August 10, 2013

NEW STATEMENT FROM ADIDJAH PALMER ON THE SUCCESSFUL INTRODUCTION OF VYBZ KARTELS BOOK INTO MAJOR IVY LEAGUE SCHOOLS

I AM NOT SURPRISED THAT THE BOOK HAS MADE IT TO THESE PRESTIGIOUS ESTABLISHMENTS OF HIGHER LEARNING. I IN FACT TOLD MICHAEL THAT IT WOULD GRACE […]
August 9, 2013

Vision Debates: Are Dancehall Queens vulgar or skilful?

- by Nadine White - Scorned as a vulgar presentation of male fantasies and equally adored as one of the various colourful manifestations which underpin the […]
July 9, 2013

The Question of a National Literature

- by Darin Gibson - … a term as dangerous as ‘black music’ or ‘women’s literature’ At the NGC Bocas Lit Fest, Jamaican novelist Marlon James […]
July 6, 2013

Anthony Cruz: Versatility wrapped in themes of love, culture and reality

Born Rowan Smith, Anthony Cruz grew up in rural Mandeville, Manchester. He comes from a talented musical family, with uncle Garnett Silk, cousin Aaron Silk, and […]
June 28, 2013

Oriel: Dominican takes on Reggae Fusion

- by Deana Myers - Every generation establishes new ideas and a new way of life, making way for innovative creations. Reggae Fusion is such a […]
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