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Inner Circle Proflie

Inner Circle is a Jamaican reggae group formed in 1968 by the brothers Ian and Roger Lewis in Jamaica. With Jacob Miller as their frontman and lead singer the band was one of the most popular in Jamaica during the 70′s, and one of few reggae bands that performed live. They are responsible for the 1987 song “Bad Boys,” which serves as the theme song for Fox Network’s long-running television program COPS. However, at first they covered soul and R&B hits from the United States, and then also a few reggae songs, predominantly from Bob Marley. Read more

INNER CIRCLE FEATURING KEN BOOTHE RELEASES THE CLASSIC REMAKE OF “BROKEN WINGS”

Jamaican bred reggae legends Inner Circle and Ken Boothe have teamed up to re-create the classic song “Broken Wings”. With long standing careers in the business, both Inner Circle and Boothe have stayed true to the roots of reggae music and to this day both entertain the masses.

Ken Boothe has been dubbed the soulful singer of the “Rock Steady Era” of the 1970′s when Reggae music was becoming International. In 1966, Boothe was signed to the iconic Studio One label by Clement Dodd. Boothe reached UK success with songs like “Crying Over You” which reached #11 on the UK charts and #1 single “Everything I Own”. In 2003, Boothe was awarded the Order of Distinction for his contribution to Jamaican music by the Jamaican government. His latest album, ‘Love is the Ultimate’, was released in 2010 and touches on concepts of social, philosophical, and emotional love. Ken continues to travel the world promoting peace, love, and justice, for all humanity. Read more

Skateboard Legend John Cardiel aka DJ Juan Love Hosts Dub Rockers Mixtape Vol. 1

The mixtape is an extension of Dub Rockers Volume 1 (Aug 28, VP Records), a groundbreaking album merging Jamaican artists with U.S. and Europe-based reggae acts including Bad Brains & Angelo Moore of Fishbone, Slightly Stoopid, Inner Circle & Capleton, John Brown’s Body & Peetah Morgan, Rebelution & I-Wayne and more.

Professional skater John Cardiel aka DJ Juan Love has a unique connection with reggae music. In 2003, he was involved in a car accident and told he may never walk again. He began DJing and immersing himself in the genre’s deep catalog and rich history. The music became an essential vehicle during his road to recovery. Today, he is a brand ambassador for Vans, judging skate contests and DJing events around the globe. Vans suggested that it would only be a natural fit to have DJ Juan Love produce the mixtape. As he puts it “while ups and downs come and go, the Dub Rockers label always brings that positive flow.”

Hollywood directs Goodyear studio project in Jamaica

The government has yet again announced plans to use the old Goodyear factory in Morant Bay, St Thomas, with industry, investment and commerce minister Anthony Hylton telling parliament that it could become the site for a film lot. Hylton said a Hollywood studio has agreed to provide oversight for the construction of the film lot, which he said would have multiple stages, outputting at Hollywood standards.

According to the minister, Real Vibez, the Hollywood group is also in discussions with a leading music and film production school in the United States to build a campus at the 24-acre Goodyear property. Hylton also said a deal to produce five films has been signed with Steven Paul producer of the films Ghost Rider and Baby Geniuses.

Angry vendors confront Kingston’s mayor Angela Brown Burke

Scores of vendors at the Redemption Arcade on Spanish Road in downtown Kingston on Monday afternoon hurled abuse at Kingston’s Mayor, Angela Brown Burke, when she visited the facility.

RJR News sources say Mayor Brown Burke led a KSAC team to the Arcade to speak to the vendors about several issues including outstanding stall fees. However, the visit was reportedly cut short as vendors became irate, demanding that the KSAC assist them in promoting the arcade, which they claimed is not being used by members of the public.

When the RJR News team arrived, Mrs. Brown Burke and her team were being ushered into their vehicles, as vendors demanded that she roll back the fees or face protest.