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Nicki Minaj Performs ‘Moment For Life’ on Dancing With The Stars

Nicki Minaj is having a good day.

First, she made Maxim’s Hot 100 list, clocking in at No. 75. She also performed on “Dancing With the Stars” results show on May 3. See, not a bad day at all.

Minaj stopped by the ballroom to perform her song “Moment For Life” off her platinum selling debut album “Pink Friday.” For her “DWTS” debut, Minaj rocked yellow-green hair, hot pink lips and a gold sequined corset top.

Minaj got an assist during her performance from ‘Dancing’s’ Lacey Schwimmer and Chelsie Hightower, who performed a fun, high-energy routine in bright pink and blue outfits that would have fit in at an ’80s prom party.






Word from Yard is that Spragga Benz, as of Friday afternoon listed as a person of interest by the Kingston East police. Investigators want to interview Spragga Benz, whose real name is Carlton Grant, in connection with the triple murder last night in the McIntyre Villa area of the Division.

Police have identified two of the dead men as 49-year-old Peter Escoffery, otherwise called ‘Stumpy’ of MacIntyre Villa, and Kenique Richards, otherwise called ‘Runkus’ of Lincoln Terrace.

About 11:40 pm, Escoffery and Richards were among several men at a shop watching TV when a group of men armed with high powered guns alighted from a motorcar and opened fire at them. Richards died on the spot. Escoffery and another man were taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead and the other man admitted in serious condition.

The third man has since died, police report.

Grant must report to the Police personnel at the Elletson Road Police Station by 2:00 pm tomorrow, police stated.

Persons with information on the whereabouts of Grant are asked to contact Operation Kingfish at 811, Crime Stop at 311 or Police Control Centre at 119.

Source: Partners In Grind Rebel Vibez

Skin bleaching a growing problem in Jamaica?

Simpson, 23, hopes to transform her dark complexion to a cafe-au-lait-color common among Jamaica's elite and favored by many men in her neighborhood.

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Mikeisha Simpson covers her body in greasy white cream and bundles up in a track suit to avoid the fierce sun of her native Jamaica, but she’s not worried about skin cancer.

The 23-year-old resident of a Kingston ghetto hopes to transform her dark complexion to a cafe-au-lait-color common among Jamaica’s elite and favored by many men in her neighborhood. She believes a fairer skin could be her ticket to a better life. So she spends her meager savings on cheap black-market concoctions that promise to lighten her pigment.

Simpson and her friends ultimately shrug off public health campaigns and reggae hits blasting the reckless practice.

“I hear the people that say bleaching is bad, but I’ll still do it. I won’t stop ’cause I like it and I know how to do it safe,” said Simpson, her young daughter bouncing on her hip.

People around the world often try to alter their skin color, using tanning salons or dyes to darken it or other chemicals to lighten it. In the gritty slums of Jamaica, doctors say the skin lightening phenomenon has reached dangerous proportions.

“I know of one woman who started to bleach her baby. She got very annoyed with me when I told her to stop immediately, and she left my office. I often wonder what became of that baby,” said Neil Persadsingh, a leading Jamaican dermatologist.

Most Jamaican bleachers use over-the-counter creams, many of them knockoffs imported from West Africa. Long-term use of one of the ingredients, hydroquinone, has long been linked to a disfiguring condition called ochronosis that causes a splotchy darkening of the skin. Doctors say abuse of bleaching lotions has also left a web of stretch marks across some Jamaicans’ faces.

In Japan, the European Union, and Australia, hydroquinone has been removed from over-the-counter skin products and substituted with other chemicals due to concerns about health risks. In the U.S., over-the-counter creams containing up to 2 percent hydroquinone are recognized as safe and effective by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. A proposed ban by the FDA in 2006 fizzled.

Lightening creams are not effectively regulated in Jamaica, where even roadside vendors sell tubes and plastic bags of powders and ointments from cardboard boxes stacked along sidewalks in market districts.

“Many of the tubes are unlabeled as to their actual ingredients,” said Dr. Richard Desnoes, president of the Dermatology Association of Jamaica.

Hardcore bleachers use illegal ointments smuggled into the Caribbean country that contain toxins like mercury, a metal that blocks production of melanin, which give skin its color, but can also be toxic.

Some impoverished people resort to homemade mixtures of toothpaste or curry powder, which can stain skin with a yellowish tint.

The Jamaican Ministry of Health does not have data on damage caused by skin-bleaching agents, though dermatologists and other health officials say they have been seeing more cases.

Eva Lewis-Fuller, the ministry’s director of health promotion and protection, is redoubling education programs to combat bleaching in this predominantly black island of 2.8 million people, where images of fair-skinned people predominate in commercials for high-end products and in the social pages of newspapers.

“Bleaching has gotten far worse and widespread in recent years,” she said. “(Bleachers) want to be accepted within their circle of society. They want to be attractive to the opposite sex. They want career opportunities. But we are saying there are side effects and risks. It can disfigure your face.”

Health officials are running warnings on local radio stations, putting up posters in schools, holding talks and handing out literature about the dangers. But a similar anti-bleaching campaign in 2007 called “Don’t Kill the Skin” did nothing to slow the craze.

The bleaching trend is sparking a growing public debate. Even dancehall reggae hits celebrate the practice, or condemn it.

The most public proponent of bleaching is singing star Vybz Kartel, whose own complexion has dramatically lightened in recent years. His ‘Look Pon Me’ contains the lines: “Di girl dem love off mi brown cute face, di girl dem love off mi bleach-out face.”

Kartel, whose real name is Adijah Palmer, insists that skin bleaching is simply a personal choice like tattooing.

Christopher A.D. Charles, an assistant professor at Monroe College in New York City who has studied the psychology of bleaching, said many young Jamaicans perceive it “as a modern thing, like Botox, to fashion their own body in a unique way.”

Others, however, say it raises awkward questions about identity and race.

“If we really want to control the spread of the skin-bleaching virus, we first have to admit that there’s an epidemic of color prejudice in our society,” said Carolyn Cooper, a professor of literary and cultural studies at the University of the West Indies, writing in The Jamaica Gleaner newspaper.

Felicia James, a 20-year-old resident of the Matthews Lane slum, said skin bleaching just makes her feel special, like she’s walking around in a spotlight. She was taught to bleach by her older sister and her friends.

“It’s just the fashionable thing to do. After I bleach, I’m cris,” she said, using a Jamaican term for cool. “Plus, a lot of the boys are doing it now, too.”


March 19th in Vancouver Elaine Lil’ Bit Shepherd received 2 awards at the WCRMA’s for “Best Female Vocalist” and “Single Of The Year”. See earned 3 nominations for “Best Female Vocalist”, “Best Reggae Single” and “Artist Of The Year” at the upcoming RMAA’s.



Elaine Lil’Bit Shepherd


Rebel Vibes, Toronto: After the release of her single “Lady In The Streets,” Elaine Lil’Bit Shepherd has quickly been identified as a “hidden gem” with a new sound.

Lil’Bit was introduced to the Toronto reggae scene after being discovered by Carrie Mullings of iMOK Enterprises at the 2009 Junos in Vancouver, British Columbia.

With regular rotation airplay on community radio across Canada Lil’ Bit’s name was working it’s way to the top. Last June, Shepherd received the Most Promising New Artist Award at the 2010 RMAA’s,
and is now the recipient for the most prestigous award in the Canadian Music Industry. Her single “Likkle But Mi Tallawah” won the 2011 Juno for Reggae Recording Of The Year.

March 19th in Vancouver Elaine Lil’ Bit Shepherd received 2 awards at the WCRMA’s for “Best Female Vocalist” and “Single Of The Year”. See earned 3 nominations for “Best Female Vocalist”, “Best Reggae Single” and “Artist Of The Year” at the upcoming RMAA’s. You can participate and vote for her at

Elaine has been working hard as the 1st artist signed to the Rebel Vibez Records label and Lil’Bit has an album completed with it’s release date nearing. The first single from the album “Traffic Jam” is a classic duet with amazing vocal compliments between newcomer Elaine Lil’ Bit Shepherd and veteran artist Tinga Stewart.

“Traffic Jam” is available now on VP Records “Reggae Covers for Lovers Vol 2”


“Likkle But Mi Tallawah”
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L-R Eion Saunders, ZYNC TV, event host Catcha Fya and a very youthful and beaming Chip Smith


This trio brought the house down with their sizzling songs. L-R Thrills, Bonasty and K-Money


Event promoter KShoya/ CEO KShoy Entertainment (left) and club operator Mark Skinner, of Vibes Lounge checking out the live show


Some of artists and dancers who performed at Chip Smith’s birthday bash


Brooklyn: New York’s radio and TV host and the engine of Caribbean Billboard TV Chip Smith celebrated his 60th birthday at Vibes Lounge in Brooklyn, NY a few days ago.

Scores of artists, DJs, dancers, media colleagues and well wishers turned up to the venue to pay tribute, and some took to the stage and delivered live performances. Here are some photos from the party.


Baby Chris


New York: 5 Stars Recording Inc. artiste Baby Chris’ hit single, ‘What Did I Do’ is making a big impact on the international scene. His new single was recently added to the playlist of six major urban stations in the United States, which translated to more than 600 spins.

An excited Cliff Lawrence, CEO of 5 Star Records said in a recent interview “we had 244 spins the first week then added 362 spins this week to the urban radio stations Things are definitely heat up for Baby Chris and for that we are extremely happy. “



The WAKE: Friday April 1, 2011 – From 6:00 pm to 1:00 am at the Jamaican Canadian Centre (Finch/hwy 400)

The final resting of Dudley Laws, on Saturday, April 2, 2011, will begin with a march from the McDougall & Brown Funeral Home at 1812 Eglinton Avenue West at 7:30 a.m. The walk will proceed east along Eglinton Avenue West to the corner of Marlee and Eglinton Avenue West. We encourage all young people to join us on our last walk with Brother Dudley.

The funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m. at the Revivaltime Tabernacle located at 4340 Dufferin Street, south of Finch Avenue west.

His internment will be at Glenview Memorial Gardens ??? 7541 Hwy 50, North of Steeles in Woodbridge.

To accommodate the many who would like to continue the celebration of his life there will be two receptions; one at the Rozz ??? 200 Advance Blvd ( Brampton) from 4:00-8:30 p.m. and Faith Open Door Ministries ??? 920 Caledonia Rd. ( Caledonia , south of Lwarence) from 2:30 ??? 12:00 midnight.

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Western Jamaica to welcome Live on the Waterfront

Another big music festival is on the way. Live on the Waterfront, a four-day musical extravaganza of truly Jamaican music, is aiming to set Pier One in Montego Bay alight from April 22-25.

Western Jamaica already has two major festivals – Reggae Sumfest and the Jazz Festival – on its social/entertainment calendar. Each of those events features local and international acts and attracts thousands of visitors and locals alike each year, but, according to the organisers of this latest addition to the line-up of festivals, Live on the Waterfront aims to use purely Jamaican music to attract visitors to Jamaica.

“The inspiration was to bring back a festival to the line-up that was truly Jamaican, something that imports more visitors than entertainers,” said Jason Russell of Live Entertainment, the company that is staging the festival.

Live Entertainment comprises of Russell, Richard Bennett, more popularly known as Charlie Chaplin; and Dwight Crawford.

So come April 22, Live on the Waterfront opens up with its Party Night with Bryon Lee and the Dragonaires and Kurt Riley. Reggae Night follows on April 23 and features performers including Jah Cure, Etana, Queen Ifrica, Tony Rebel, Tarrus Riley, Charlie Chaplin, Brigadier Jerry and Josey Wales among others.

“We’re mixing the old and the new to keep it authentic,” Russell says.

On Dancehall Night, April 24, entertainers like Bounty Killer, Sizzla, I-Octane, Lady Saw, Busy Signal, Agent Sasco (Assassin), Genius, Khago, and Chino, are expected to thrill the thousands expected to show up for the event.

The festival concludes on April 25 with Gospel Night when gospel music fans can expect to receive spiritual fulfilment from the likes of Stitchie, Carlene Davis, Sandra Brooks, Goddy Goddy, DJ Nicolas, Prodigal Son and Ryan Berry. Some local bands and gospel artistes are also expected to perform on the night.

Expecting 30,000 patrons

As this is the inaugural year of the event, Russell believes the line-ups will pull in an estimated 30,000 patrons over the four nights, even though there are indicators that perhaps as many as 40,000 could be in attendance. The festival coincides with the staging of the CARIFTA Games and most of the hotels in Montego Bay are already reporting that there will be a 100 per cent occupancy during that weekend.

Russell expects that many of the visitors who will be on the island for the regional track and field meet will be attending the festival.

He says he expects the festival to be a success and a portion of the proceeds are to be used to spur a return to live music within the wider Jamaican society.

Russell explains that a foundation to be called Live Alive is to be set up through which much-needed funds will be distributed to schools, churches, children’s homes and similar institutions that will use the money to develop programmes to teach children to play instruments and read music.

“Within five years we expect this programme to have a major impact on live music in Jamaica,” Russell said.

Jamaica: Denham Town Police Station stoned

Police were on high alert in downtown Kingston yesterday following the stoning of the Denham Town Police Station by a small group of protesters who accused members of the constabulary of ‘abusing’ Leighton ‘Livity’ Coke, the brother of former Tivoli Gardens strongman Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke.

No serious damage was reported but police at the station warned that they would continue to be on alert at all times and would act against anyone who attempted to harm members of the constabulary.

The protesting residents claimed that for the past two weeks family members have been barred from visiting Coke, who has been in custody since last year. “We hear that he is not being fed and that he needs medical attention,” said a woman who claimed that she is family member of Coke.

Another woman said she was using the opportunity to call on the human rights groups “to look into the matter”.

Livity Coke is facing charges of shooting with intent, illegal possession of a firearm and wearing a Jamaica Defence Force uniform.

He is accused of firing at the security forces during their incursion into Tivoli Gardens to serve an arrest warrant on his brother Dudus in May last year.


Apparently the saying ‘A hungry man is an angry man’, is quite true.

A St Catherine woman who failed to cook her common-law husband’s dinner was left with several cuts and bruises allegedly inflicted by the irate suitor.

“Him use the stone to lick mi and seh yuh no done cook yet. Him den seh yu lucky mi can’t find di machete,” the woman who had bandages plastered all over her face told the Spanish Town Police Station on Sunday evening.

“Him kick off the pot off a fire and seh mi wi get mad so no ramp wid mi food. Him did really a gwaan bad so mi affi run out a di house,” the trembling woman continued.

She said that while escaping the wrath of the angry man, he pelted her with stones.

The woman told THE STAR that her delay in cooking was as a result of the man not providing the money.

In addition to being hungry, the man was allegedly angry at her for getting help from a man who jerked meat in the community.

The Spanish Town police received an official report on the incident from the woman. A senior policeman said that an investigation was under way.

Vybz Kartel to perform via satellite in Miami

Deejay Vybz Kartel might not have gotten back his visa, but that won’t be stopping him from performing at this year’s ‘Best of the Best’ concert in Miami for Memorial Day weekend.

Scheduled for the Bicentennial Park in Miami on Sunday, May 29, Kartel will be performing live via satellite. This will be the deejay’s first appearance on the show, which will also be featuring the likes of Stephen and Damian Marley, Etana, Tifa, Chino, Stephen McGregor, Assassin, Alison Hinds among others. Best of the Best features music such as pop, soca, R&B, and has been a long standing supporter of dancehall and reggae music.

not surprised

Speaking with THE STAR yesterday, Kartel said he was not surprised by the offer, and is the first he will be performing via satellite live at a show in the United States. He said, “I’m the hottest, most in demand dancehall artiste, so it came as no surprise to me when I was approached by the promoters to do the show via satellite. They will set up a live feed from the Building (in New Kingston) and I will perform from there.”

He added, “Everyone and their mom want a Kartel stage show. I was surprised they didn’t ask sooner.”

Having not had a visa to travel to the United States for a number of years, Kartel says his fans can expect quite a performance, despite him not being in front of them. He said, “They can expect what they have been anticipating for, ‘Vybz Kartel, the best of the best’.” The deejay said that despite not having a visa to travel to the States, he is doing fine without it.

In the meantime, the artiste has been busy in studio and working on new videos to be released soon. He commented, “Well, the video for Gaza Slim is finally here, One Man/Moving On. Also Sheba and I did a video for You and Him Deh which will premiere on ERthis week. Also, I have a few singles out now Step up inna Life from Russian and I, Me Start Smoke and Like Banana from NotNice and I, yes NotNice, and More Dan Neyo from TJ Records.”

Buju Banton Found Guilty In Cocaine Case!

TAMPA, Fla. — Grammy-winning reggae singer Buju Banton was convicted Tuesday of conspiring to set up a cocaine deal in 2009, a verdict that elicited anguish and disbelief among supporters in a crowded courtroom and from other artists in his native Jamaica.

A federal jury deliberated for 11 hours over two days on the fate of Banton, who won a Grammy last week for best reggae album for his work entitled “Before the Dawn.” He was found guilty of three of four charges, and his attorney said he’s facing at least 15 years in prison.

The 37-year-old Banton, whose given name is Mark Myrie, remains wildly popular in Jamaica, and the trial – his second over the drug accusations – was packed with supporters that included other well-known reggae artists. The first trial ended in a mistrial last year after the jury deadlocked.

The tall, dreadlocked singer didn’t react when a clerk read the verdict on Tuesday. He stood, hugged his attorneys, then turned around and blew kisses to his supporters in the courtroom and told them: “Thank you.” A woman yelled out “We love you, Buju!” as U.S. marshals led him away.

“Obviously we are all upset and disappointed and emotional,” said Banton’s attorney, David Markus of Miami. “The only person who seems to be OK is Buju. He told us he was happy that he fought, knowing he was innocent.”

Markus said he plans to appeal the conviction and will file a motion to try to get Banton out of jail on bond in the meantime.

Banton was found guilty of conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking offense and using a telephone to facilitate a drug trafficking offense. He was acquitted of attempted possession with the intent to distribute cocaine.

No date has been set for his sentencing.

Assistant U.S. Attorney James Preston argued during trial that Banton portrayed himself as a broker of drug deals in several conversations with a confidential informant. Preston said Banton thought he was getting involved in a “no-risk” deal in which he would introduce a friend to a confidential informant, and then later collect money from drug transactions.

Prosecutors acknowledge that Banton did not put any money into the drug deal, nor did he ever profit from it. Markus said his client is “a big talker” who admitted to trying to impress the confidential informant but wasn’t involved in any drug deal.

Much of the case hinged on meetings and phone calls that were video- and audiotaped by the informant, who was working with the Drug Enforcement Administration – and who made $50,000 in commission after the bust.

In one video, Banton could be seen tasting cocaine in a Sarasota warehouse on Dec. 8, 2009 – but he was not present during the actual drug deal on Dec. 10 that led two others to be arrested. Those two men later pleaded guilty.

Banton testified that that the informant badgered him after they met on a trans-Atlantic flight in July 2009 and insisted that they meet to set up a cocaine purchase. He said he was so uninterested in the informant’s proposals that after they met twice, Banton didn’t return the man’s phone calls for months.

In Banton’s native Jamaica, radio stations played his songs nonstop Tuesday, especially “Untold Stories” and “Not an Easy Road.”

Rapper Tony Rebel, a close friend who recorded with Banton, called it a sad day for young people who looked up to him.

The verdict marks “the saddest day for reggae and dancehall,” rapper Michael “Power Man” Davy said, adding he was “sad as a Rastaman and a Jamaican.”

Singer Junior Reid called it a conspiracy against reggae artists.

“With Buju gone, a big piece of reggae get chop off,” he said.

C’mon Son Nicki Minaj Shuts Down London? And Was Kicked Out Of The Dorchester Hotel!

Word is green,blonde,blue hair of the gorgeous  Nicki Minaj has been kicked out of the Dorchester Hotel after her hordes of eager fans proved too much to handle.

Following reports that one group of fans wrote graffiti inside on of the luxurious London hotel’s lifts, Minaj took to her Twitter page to tell fans she would no longer be staying at the Dorchester.

She tweeted: ‘Long day of press only to find out we’ve officially been kicked out the hotel! Lmaoooooooo. Rescue me barbz!!!! Pleeeeeeeasse *martha voice*’

Nicki later tweeted that she refused to go anywhere without her ‘barbz’…… her word for her fans.

She wrote: ‘U can’t have me w/o my barbz! We’re a packaged deal!!!!’

Asked by one of her followers later why the hotel had made the decision to kick her out, Minaj replied: ‘Cuz the barbz n paps were camping out n they said my barbz r 2 “young”.’

She later added: ‘And they said yesterday while I was out doing press, a fight broke out and an ambulance was called for 1 of my barbz.’

While the Dorchester could not be reached for comment on the situation, it is believed Minaj has no checked into a different London hotel for the rest of her trip.

The hotel’s decision is the latest in a string of incidents Minaj has caused during her promotional visit to the capital.

As well as causing havoc at Heathrow Airport after tweeting fans with her flight times, Minaj was also forced to cancel a performance at London nightclub Runway after a fight broke out inside the venue.

After a successful gig at Watford’s Oceana nightclub earlier in the week, Minaj was due to perform at Runway on Thursday night but, after circling the venue several times, it was deemed too dangerous for her to enter following the fight.

During her time in London, Minaj has also been keeping fans entertained with a variety of outrageous outfits and colourful hairstyles.

After stepping out earlier this week with Marge Simpson style pink hair, Minaj then switched it for a blonde wig and inter-galactic space dress before stepping out last night with black hair and a geometric jumpsuit, colourful sandals and black and white sunglasses.

Minaj has quickly made a name for herself as the next Lady Gaga, after finding fame in her native America.

And new British singer Jessie J is keen to collaborate with Minaj on a remix for her hit single Do It Like A Dude.

Asked if she’d tried to contact Minaj, Jessie replied: ‘I tried to, but I think she’s a busy lady. I’d love to have her on my Do It Like a Dude remix for the U.S., but I like to let things happen organically. I think if she likes it, it’ll happen.

‘I’m a huge fan of hers. I’m just gonna maybe bug her at the Grammys like, “Hi, we have the same hair.” You never know. I’m just gonna keep an open mind and see what happens

Nicki told DJ Semtex

“I’ve never gone through this in my life,” an overwhelmed Nicki told DJ Semtex of the pandemonium surrounding her U.K. trip. “I wish I could have this moment for life. This moment right now, being here, is the best thing in the world.” However, the queen of Young Money didn’t fail to make a fabulous exit rocking a zebra print bodysuit, black beehive hairdo, and sunglasses! Grand opening, grand closing!!!!

Peep Some of the scenes below!!

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