Superfly | One last hustle | Entertainment

Career criminal Youngblood Priest wants out of the Atlanta drug scene. His team must now organise the biggest money heist so they will never have to ‘hustle’ again. The stakes are high as they ramp up sales, but one small blunder can threaten the whole operation before he can make his exit. Visionary music video producer Director X takes the helm behind the lens to shift the 1972 original film’s setting from urban Harlem to modern-day Atlanta. The film stars Trevor Jackson (Youngblood Priest), Jennifer Morrison (Detective Mason), Michael Kenneth…

TAG | You're it!

For one month every year, five highly competitive friends hit the ground running in a no-holds-barred game of tag. They have been playing since the first grade, risking their safety, jobs and relationships to take each other down with the battle cry… Source link

Chart Watch: Sting, Shaggy a number one combination | Entertainment

  Sting and Shaggy are a number one combination for yet another week on the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart as their ‘44/876’ has held on to the top spot for the listing valid up to Saturday, June 16. However, the remixes version of the album, which was number 10 last week, has dropped out of the chart after a single appearance. It is a good week for Jamaican performers in terms of volume, if not all in terms of high placements, as Ziggy Marley, Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley, Kabaka Pyramid…

Elephant Man satisfies music-hungry fans | Entertainment

Although he disappointed his fans by not partaking in the cook-off, dancehall artiste Elephant Man delivered an energetic and captivating set at the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival in Washington, DC, on Sunday. The screams were almost deafening when the flamboyant deejay’s voice was heard through the speakers, and persons huddled closer to the front of the stage for an hour of invigorating entertainment. All the Energy God needed to do was start the intro of each track for the audience to take over and make it their own. He had…

Bugle tackles relationships in new videos | Entertainment

Bugle tackles relationships in new videos Coming on the heels of an exhilarating performance at Sharkies Seafood Restaurant on the North Coast as part of the ongoing Appleton Estate Signature Nights series, reggae singer Bugle has unveiled a pair of music videos in which he tackles intimate relationships and the myriad of issues surrounding them. The visuals for Unstable and Replay, the latter featuring female songstress Shuga, debuted on Saturday night via his official VEVO account. Shot throughout the Kingston and St Andrew by filmmakers Damaniac Visualz and Slick Studios,…

Equipment bawls ‘Stop Pressure Me Nuh’ | Entertainment

Dancehall artiste Equipment knows what it is like to live under the whip of a ‘dutty landlord’ while wrestling with the twin tigers of high bills and low wages. He was so inspired by the pressures that he wrote a song called Stop Pressure Me Nuh. “Trust me, it’s hard – the light bill, the water bills. So, the song was inspired by the pressures of life. I couldn’t find the rent for a month, and my landlord was pressuring me, so I decided to put pen to paper and…

JYungg has big dreams | Entertainment

Hanover-born entertainer JYungg has set his sights on one day reaching the top of the Billboard charts. The artiste, who recorded Moving Up before disappearing from the music scene three years ago, said he is focused on his lofty goal. “It’s been a long journey, a roller coaster, actually, but honestly, I’m at the best place I’ve ever been, mentally, as I am more focused and determined,” said JYungg. The artiste, whose given name is Ajay Edward Richard, said he gets his inspiration from heavyweights such as Sizzla, Bounty Killer,…

‘I’m sorry’ – Jah Cure apologises for bashing selectors | Entertainment

Reggae star Jah Cure has apologised for derogatory comments he made about the local selector community. Popular selector Tony Matterhorn, who in his own Instagram post demanded an apology within a certain time, later posted that the entertainer had indeed apologised yesterday. “Big up to Jah Cure and thanks for the apology on behalf of the sound fraternity. We respect that, you stood up and be the big man,” he said. Matterhorn reasoned, however, that some selectors would not accept the apology but that’s what they asked for so “Unnu…

STAR of the Month: Crime is everywhere – Shane O fearful of becoming a victim | Entertainment

STAR of the Month Shane O believes Jamaica’s most pressing problem is crime, and although he is a popular entertainer, he admits that he, too, is fearful of becoming a victim. “One bag a violence, and people a dead, dead. If me did have the power fi stop everything, me woulda dweet, but me can’t dweet. People just a drop so like nothing,” he told THE STAR during a recent interview. He told THE STAR that he is also fearful for his life while he tries to make an honest…

Tuesdays @ the theatre | From audio mixing to play director | Entertainment

As an audio-mixing engineer, Orlando Sinclair was presented with recordings of voices and music, which he was responsible for shaping into a cohesive, compelling song. Now that he is making his debut as a play director with Young & Wreckless, which opens at the Phoenix Theatre on Haining Road, New Kingston, later this month, he finds similarities between the two roles. “The musicians and the singers bring a script to you. You have to interpret it – drop in the piano, put reverb on the snare, harmony singers up or…