The Scene

Gialiani back home to push ‘London Girl’


By Iana Seales Gialiani has been sort of low key these past few years, even if that was not his intention, but he is on the rap circuit again in search of a record deal and what he believes is some due recognition after “plugging away at it for so long”.

Mother: a job for life

Culture Box All professionals retire. Doctors, lawyers, bankers, maids, secretaries, clerks, managers, housekeepers, you name the job title; there is a point when they stop practising their profession.

Queen Ifrica, Machel, Gramps among big winners at IRAWMA

(Jamaica Observer) – The 29 annual International Reggae & World Music Awards (IRAWMA) which took place last Sunday, May 2 at the York College Performing Arts Centre in Queens, New York was another spectacular affair that attracted a near-capacity crowd and a galaxy of international reggae stars.


Culture Box Darkness with blinding flashes of light, screaming, several not so pleasant smells warring for attention, limited dance floor space and bad service translates to a night of oh-so-wonderful clubbing in GT (Georgetown).