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The Full Has Never Been Told…A Tribute To Buju Banton On His Birthday

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Whenever the greats of Reggae or Dancehall is spoken of, one person always makes the list. That person is Buju Banton. One cannot deny the positive impact Buju Banton has had on our culture and our music. Here is an exclusive look at the triumphs and woes of Buju Banton. Buju Banton (born Mark Anthony Myrie 15 July 1973)[1] is a Jamaican dancehall, ragga, and reggae musician. Banton has recorded pop and dance songs, as well as songs dealing with sociopolitical topics. He released early dancehall singles in 1991, butRead More …

Brand New Gully Bop Ft. M-Gee – Life Sweet [Fren Dem Riddim] January 2015 Listen Now

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Dance hall Artist gully bop Drops a new single Ft. M-Gee – Life Sweet [Fren Dem Riddim] January 2015 Also check out the Bonus Track with Artist Gucci London, Bonus Also a Dub from Gully bop aka country man in the early 1990s bellow Bonus Track Artist Gucci London is on our watch list for 2015, Listen Track bellow very talented Here it is for all who want to hear what Gully bop aka country man sound like in theRead More …



This Article is not meant to cause harm nor stress on anyone in particular, it is the view of one of our authors and in no way represents Island Jams Entertainment…we try to stay neutral. Ever so often our society encounters  issues that  impacts a generation. Today I feel the need to address one of these issues which should be a matter of concern to everyone. One of the problems we face as a society in Jamaica is the influences ofRead More …

Buju Banton will walk free if appeals court rule in his favor, after yesterday’s court hearing.


According to sources the United States Attorney’s office will not file a new case if a mis-trial is granted. Attorney’s for imprisoned reggae superstar Buju Banton were in court yesterday for a hearing on his appeal case. The case is being heard in front of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit in Atlanta Georgia. The singer is appealing his 2011 conviction on a cocaine distribution conspiracy charge. The high court will decide whether or not the one remaining charge that isRead More …

Buju Banton to courts: Release me, deport me to Jamaica


  By Elaine Silvestrini | Tribune Staff Published: December 6, 2014 TAMPA — Grammy-winning reggae singer Buju Banton hopes recent changes in drug sentencing rules will get him out of prison early and back to his native Jamaica. But the performer is likely out of luck. Although more than 1,700 drug defendants sentenced in Tampa federal court have been identified as potential beneficiaries of a recent rollback in federal sentencing guidelines, the change won’t apply to most of those servingRead More …

Buju Banton Moved To Federal Immigration Prison McRae… Is deportation back to Jamaica looming?


BUJU BANTON IS NOW  BEING HOUSED AT  A PRIVATELY OWNED FEDERAL PRISON KNOWN AS MCRAE, A US IMMIGRATION FACILITY According to sources Buju Banton  is now being held at the McRae Correctional Institution in McRae, Georgia. This institution is well-known for housing many  immigrants that are facing deportation. Many Jamaicans are sent there as they await deportation, some  serve their full sentence while others might be released back to their motherland early when deportation is inevitable.   The Grammy Award-winning reggae starRead More …