Dancehall artist Zayne is ready to take the summer by storm with at least eight new singles ready to be released over the course of the next four months. Also in the pipeline is an upcoming video shoot, a trip to his native Jamaica and a new mixtape to hit the streets in September.
The 2013 Dutch St. Maarten Carnival experience drew countless festival fans to the North Eastern Caribbean destination. This year’s edition was nothing short of vibrant with colourful parades, an onslaught of local cultural shows, pageants and international concerts which featured top rate entertainers from the Caribbean, North and Latin America.
“I constantly try to find ways to allow my fans to play a part in my musical journey”
Plati returns with new music, videos and an album ready to be released by the end of November.
This past weekend the energy and excitement of Caribbean vibrations invaded the South Florida city of Miami. Being the last major stop on the annual Carnival calendar, hundreds of partygoers, entertainers and event promoters enjoyed the Columbus weekend in fine style. Not to be left out of the action, Ravi B, Nisha B and the band Karma brought Chutney-Soca flavour to many of Miami’s main events.
As the 2012 Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival draws nearer, Michael Mooleedhar director of this year’s entry “The Cool Boys” uses the word ‘opportunity’ to describe this region’s budding creative sector. The 27 year old film-maker plans to utilize opportunity to move to the next stage of his career and contribute to the overall elevation of the local/regional film industry.
In a region such as the Caribbean where film making is considered by many as a burgeoning art form, the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival (which will take place from September 19th to October 2nd 2012) has become an annual grand stage for practitioners to display their works. For this year’s staging, one particular film, “The Cool Boys”, directed by Michael Mooleedhar has been highly anticipated as it delves into topics pertinent to the experience of young males in Trinidad.
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The last stretch to the “greatest show on Earth” is always full of excitement and anticipation. For many feting connoisseurs Carnival Thursday is a special day as it is synonymous with the annual premium experience, the Bmobile-sponsored “Beach House”.
So you have decided to take that long awaited vacation to destinations unknown and you plan to travel light …. very light.
Every country has something unique and very different especially when it comes to food. I have been having a craving for a small sardine like fish commonly known in these parts (Jamaica) as Sprat.
More than 400 young professionals, local change-agents and engaged Miamians filled The Stage Miami for The Miami Foundation’s Our Miami Project Launch. The kickoff event, held on Wednesday, July 31, introduced two new projects: the Public Space Challenge and Match305, a talent retention project. Both programs are part of the foundation’s Our Miami initiative, which fosters community by building attachment to the city, developing public spaces and retaining young talent in Miami.