well-renowned Dancehall artiste finds himself scrambling for answer following a robbery of several valuables whilst attending to business.
Romane Anderson, more popularly known as Black Ryno, was robbed this past weekend while attending a meeting at the Supreme Promotions headquarters on Burlington Avenue in Kingston. The incident comes a few weeks after another popular deejay, Elephant Man, was robbed of several items while attending an event in New Kingston. Another top deejay, Macka Diamond, endured a similar fate this past during her performance at the Louise Bennett Theatre in August.
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“[The word] was that Robyn [Rihanna] had the flu, but we all suspect it’s more than just that. She’s no longer drinking – which is big for her – and she has a doctor traveling with us.”And it gets better. Rihanna’s insider snitch explained, “Rihanna no longer carries ANYTHING. And she is on doctors orders to take it easy for the remainder of the tour.”
Having released only one album in her career, dancehall artiste Macka Diamond is releasing another called ‘Don’t Disturb Mi’.
In 2006, the artiste released Money-O while signed to Greensleeves Records. However, the deal was cut short due to the company’s closure. Years later, Macka Diamond says she is taking on the task of doing her album on her own with VP Records as the distributor.
Macka Diamond, whose real name is Charmaine Munroe, says this new effort is completely different from the first.
“The previous one was good too enuh. At the time I was signed to Greensleeves and it got a lot of help. But this one is my own production. It has a lot of songs that will do well in Jamaica and abroad,” she told THE STAR.
Downsound Records’ sultry Dancehall diva Toya will add some Jamaican spice to Scandinavian households this fall, with a special appearance on Cruiseliv, a brand new travel series on TVNorge in Norway. Broadcast to 25 million Scandinavian homes on November 23rd, Toya will be featured on an episode that focuses on the sensuality of young Jamaican women.
With her racy single “One Man Woman,” featuring Dancehall king Beenie Man bubbling in the top ten on the local charts, and her latest club-banger “You A Life” in heavy radio rotation, the bold and sassy 23 year old was a natural choice for the Cruiseliv episode about sexuality and Jamaican women.
Jamaica is always in this level of corruption when it comes to the ghetto youths and their success. This is why when they say people rich and switch i don’t blame them because people with nothing to loose are to be left behind. Because tell me the truth now based on the happenings that took place “IN THE NIGHT CLUB” by “POLICE PERSONNEL” really now come on, and as a result one of the biggest and best things to happen to the jamaican dancehall industry is now at riffs. All i have to say is give thanks fi life and just know bad mind always lose just hold up your head and try not to let them acheive what they really want which is a fued between you Gullyside and Alliance.
On behalf of the fans of reggae dancehall music just try talk it out and don’t let ego blind fold you, deal with it like a real man seen respect and more life.
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