Omar Rodriguez is a VP at Pina Records, he is also the Director of Marketing and Advertising. Pina Records is the most famous & successful record label in the reggaeton music industry. Currently, Pina Records manages Don Omar, Arcángel, Plan B, Lobo and Tony Dize. Past artist include Don Chezina, Lito & Polaco, Master Joe & O.G. Black, MC Ceja, Nicky Jam, Maicol & Manuel, Hector & Tito, Yaviah, Sir Speedy, R.K.M. & Ken-Y, Carlito's Way,
Cruzito, Grupo Karis
Zion & Lennox.
Kurt Riley ,The Party Animal, is one of JA's #1 DJ's & producer/promoter. Having produced many riddims over the years, In 2014 he recorded his most successful, Jambe-An riddim With the hit single, Gyal You a Party Animal.
The song spread outside Jamaica to win over audiences across South America. And the music video has over 50 Million views on YouTube and Certified Diamond in Central America.
Essie Weingarten is the founder of Essie Cosmetics, Ltd., branded as essie, a major nail polish brand.
She began her career in the cosmetics industry in 1981, when she premiered 12 fashion nail polish colors in Las Vegas, Nevada. She then began distributing her polishes to many salons across the country & then internationally. And with catchy names to the selections, everyone finds a favorite color. The company was sold to L'Oreal in 2010 and was bringing in $28 million in annual sales.
Cissy Houston, is a Soul & Gospel singer. She had a successful career singing backup for Elvis Presley, Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Lou Rawls, Aretha Franklin, The Drifters, Dusty Springfield, Dionne Warwick, Bette Midler, Linda Ronstadt; even sang on Van Morrison song, Brown Eye Girl. Before she embarked on a solo career, winning two Grammy Awards for her work.
She is the mother of singer Whitney Houston, grandmother of Bobbi Kristina Brown, aunt of Dionne and Dee Dee Warwick.
Jah Vinci, he's one of the most popular musicians in Jamaican music culture and has been active since 2005, but had his first breakthrough hit in 2008 with his then mentor Vybz Kartel. He was a part of Vybz group Portmore Empire until the group disbanded in 2012. He has released several hits in recent years
Dancehall fashion enigma, Shizzle Sherlock is know for his shocking trends, but has also been embraced as popular dancehall personality and artist. His songs has created a stir in the dancehall world from travelling to scamming, his topics are on the cutting edge, just like his controversial fashion trends.
Craig Frederick is the Creative Director and the driving force behind Swanky International (one of Cayman's Premier Costume Band). Debuting in 2007, Swanky International has never disappointed, winning several band titles (some back to back). It is considered the largest and one of the most colorful bands on the island for several years.
Tanya Stephens, is a danchall/reggae artist who emerged in the late 1990s. She is most known for her hits like, Yuh Nuh Ready Fi Dis Yet, It's a Pity. Many of these hits landed on VP Records, Reggae Gold compilation albums. Helping Tanya achieved international recognition. Her 2006 Rebelution album's, first single "These Streets" was a number one hit in the Caribbean staying on Tempo TV's Video Chart at number 1 for more than 4 weeks. And helped making the album a sold out hit in the Caribbean.
Duncan Taylor CBE, is a British diplomat who is currently the ambassador to Mexico. He joined the United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 1982 as a Desk Officer in its West Africa department. In 2005, he was appointed the British High Commissioner for Barbados & the Eastern Caribbean, including Antigua & Barbuda, the Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts & Nevis, Saint Lucia. He was also Gov. of the Cayman Islands.
Corinne Bailey Rae
Corinne Bailey Rae is a British singer, songwriter & guitarist. Bailey Rae was named the number-one predicted breakthrough act of 2006, She released her debut album, in February 2006, an became the fourth female British act in history to have her first album debut at #1. In 2008, she won a Grammy Award for Album of the Year (as a featured artist in Herbie Hancock's River: The Joni Letters). In 2012, she won a Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance. Her two albums sold 5 million copies.
Garth Henriques is an Author and Businessman, he is also the father of the Grammy winning dancehall/reggae artist, Sean Paul.
His book, Memoirs of a Jamaican Gentleman: From Prep School to Penitentiary is an inspirational autobiography. His life as an unconventional Jamaican entrepreneur, who became involved with smuggling weed, first taking it across the waters to friends and then to a broader US customer base. It is a story of risk-taking, mishaps adventures, jail and reform.
Audrey Reid is a Jamaican film actress and producer. She is best known for appearing in the classic movies, Dancehall Queen as Marcia and in BUPS as Vennette. In London, she performs mainly with Blue Mountain Theater Company, but she still acts in other Jamaican films and plays, such as Third World Cop (1999), Almost Heaven, Obeah Wedding, Higglers, Some Like It Hot, Boy Blue, Irie Neighbour, Con Man, Scandal, Strength Of A Woman, It's A Dancehall Ting, and Wicked Bitches.
112 is an R&B quartet from Atlanta, Georgia. they landed a contract in 1996 with Bad Boy Records, then group signed to the Def Soul in 2002. They had great success in the late 1990s and early 2000s with hits such as, Only You, Anywhere & the Grammy-nominated single, Peaches & Cream.
The group did win a Grammy Award in 1997 for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, for featuring in the song, I'll Be Missing You, with Sean Combs & Faith Evans.
DVJ Carter, is one of LMP official DJ's. Lo Maximo Productions (LMP) is a Latin music label & DJ company that provides online entertainment, music & special events for its 20 million annual website visitors. Their roster of DJ's play worldwide. Carter has played in many places including; Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Mexico, Miami, New York, New Jersey, Boston and Madrid, Spain.
Miss World Contestants
(L - R)
1. Esther Lee is a Writer, Stylist & Producer from St. Lucia. Formerly Senior Fashion Editor of SHE Caribbean Magazine, covering fashion, lifestyle & entertainment in the Caribbean & the UK.
2. Leah Ryerse, Miss Canada World 2008, represented in Johannesburg, South Africa.
4. Natalie Griffith represented Barbados in Miss World 2008, where she advanced to the semi-finals.
5. Nicosia Lawson, Miss Cayman 2008, represented the Cayman Islands in both Miss World 2008 & Miss Universe 2009.
Frank E. Flowers
Frank E. Flowers Jr. is a Caymanian independent filmmaker, film director, screenwriter, writer and director of the award-winning 2003 short film Swallow & the 2004 movie, Haven.
Flowers also co-wrote , Metro Manilla with director Sean Ellis. The film won an audience award at the Sundance Film Festival & was nominated for a BAFTA in 2014 after winning numerous British Independent Film Awards. He also directed the drama, Our Father for Relativity Media and Lantica in the Dominican Republic.
Pío Leyva (May 5, 1917 – March 22, 2006) was a Cuban singer and the author of the well-known guaracha El Mentiroso ("The Liar"). Leyva was part of the Buena Vista Social Club, and composed some of Cuba’s best known standards. He won a bongo contest at the age of six and made his singing debut in 1932. He recorded over 25 albums since he signed his first contract with RCA Victor in 1950.
Miss Cayman - Lindsay Japal
Lindsay Japal was crowned Miss Cayman Islands 2011 - 2012 on September 24, 2011.
She went on to represent The Cayman Islands at the Miss World and Miss Universe pageants.
Julien Believe is a singer/songwriter. This Nassau, Bahamas native has gone from singing in the garage to opening for Brian McKnight, Mariah Carey, 50 Cent, Boyz II Men & Beres Hammond. And in the area of songwriting, he is on first name basis with the likes of Chrisette Michele, John Legend & Busta Rhymes.
His song, Party Ambassadors captures the heat of the Caribbean with Julien Believe (Bahamas) & singers from Barbados (Fadda Fox), Jamaica (Beenie Man) & Antigua (Ricardo Drue).
Chi Ching Ching
Chi Ching Ching is a Dancer/ Artist.
Following the success of his songs, Breadfruit and Get There, dancer-turned-singjay has been a hit after hit roll.
The wiry, tall guy first made his name as a dancer. But he is also known for catchy slangs and dance songs.
His approach to music, he notes, is spontaneous.
“I don’t plan when it comes to my music, I just work with the vibes and the energy. I can go to the studio tomorrow and when I’m finish its a hit and i got the dance to go with it."
Chuck Holden is also an international Jazz/Blues Vocalist with a show business career spanning over 3 decades. He has been performing jazz standards internationally in concerts & festivals throughout the Globe.
Another highlight for him has been movies like, "The Color Purple", and working with Steven Spielberg as his first director; he worked with the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin as her production stage manager. Also been in the HBO movie, "The Wire".
Dj Mad Linx
Mad Linx is a World Class DJ, TV & Radio Host. He has been on such shows as BET's Rap City, Fuse's Top 10 Countdown, Tennis Channel's Best Of 5. He is also Fontainbleau's resident DJ, at this popular Hotel/Night Club in Miami's South Beach.
Duane Stephenson is a Jamaican reggae singer who has released three albums on VP Records.
Stephenson was the lead singer in the band, To Isis for ten years before recording as a solo artist. He began to release solo records 2005, starting with the single "24 Hours" in 2005. His first album, From August Town, was released in 2007. He went on perform at Reggae Sumfest and toured with Dean Fraser, playing throughout the Caribbean, the United States, and Europe.
Ashford & Simpson
Ashford & Simpson, a husband & wife songwriting/production team & recording artists.
They gave Ray Charles a #1 U.S./R&B hit in 1966. Then they joined Motown & wrote most of the company's hit songs in the 70's like, Ain't No Mountain High Enough, You're All I Need To Get By, Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing, Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand) & Chaka Khan's, I'm Every Woman. They also wrote most of the songs by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell; also most three 1970s album by Diana Ross.
Kirk Whalum, is a smooth jazz saxophonist and songwriter. He toured with Whitney Houston for more than seven years and soloed in her single "I Will Always Love You", the best-selling single by a female artist in music history. He was also featured on many Luther Vandross albums.
Whalum has recorded a series of solo albums and film soundtracks. He's had 12 Grammy nominations and won his first Grammy award in 2011 for Best Gospel Song.
Producer and owner of Chimney Records. Since 2007, he has established his label in the Jamaican music circuit. Known for chart topping hits like; Star Bwoy by Mavado, Chill Spot by Chris Martin as well as riddims, Summer Fling, Money Box and Island Vibes to name a few. He has worked with, Bounty Killer, Beenie Man, Vybz Kartel, Elephant Man, Konshens, Aidonia, I-Octane, Tarrus Riley, Demarco, Serani, Popcaan & Alkaline.
Capleton, is a Jamaican reggae and dancehall artist. He is also referred to as King Shango, King David & The Fireman. His record label is called David House Productions. He recorded, "Alms House" in 1992. The tune became a big hit in the dancehall, followed up by, Music is a Mission and the massive hits Tour & Wings of the Morning which earned him a deal with Russell Simmon's Def Jam Recordings, which gave two albums, Prophecy and I-Testament in the mid-1990's.
Catherine Tyson is an author & media personality whose career spans many years in management, teaching & training. She is the producer and host of a television show, “Lighten Up with Catherine Tyson,” which is broadcast throughout the Caribbean and U.S.
Her book “I’m Somebody’s Mama” is a humorous celebration of her life as a struggling single mother of three. Ms.Tyson has a degree in psychology and a master’s degree in social work from Barry University in Florida.
Horace Burrell JP OM, also known as Captain Burrell, is the president of the Jamaica Football Federation, and a Vice-President of CONCACAF. He is also the founder of the Jamaican restaurant chain The Captain's Bakery and Grill and Captain's Aviation Services which he founded in 1995 and 2008 respectively.
Burrell was instrumental in leading the Reggae Boyz to the 1998 World Cup in France, making Jamaica the first English-speaking Caribbean country to qualify for the FIFA World Cup.
After years of hard work, Brian Dawe has established himself in the nightclub DJ circuit. He has been a DJ, radio host, television personality, and remix producer playing well over a thousand events. Including Fortune 500 companies, celebrity clients, and opened for Rihanna, Ke$ha, Avicii, DJ Khaled, Steve Aoki and Alesso. He has played at a private event for Prince Moulay Rachid of Morocco. He's appearance on VH1’s hit series Master of the Mix – a reality-themed DJ talent competition.
The Wailers Band
The Wailers Band is a reggae band formed by the remaining members of Bob Marley & the Wailers.
The Wailers began as Bob Marley, Bunny Livingston & Peter Tosh. After the 1974 separation; Bob Marley created, Bob Marley & The Wailers, with the Wailers Band as a backing band.
The Band had bassist Aston "Family Man" Barrett & his brother, drummer Carlton "Carly" Barrett, who were members of Lee Perry's studio band, The Upsetters, with who the original Wailers did some of their most notable songs.
Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley
Damian Robert Nesta "Jr. Gong" Marley is youngest son and only of Bob Marley & Cindy Breakspeare, Miss World 1976.
His 2nd studio album, Halfway Tree won the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album.
At the 2006 Grammy Awards, he won Best Reggae Album & Best Urban/Alternative Performance for the album, Welcome to Jamrock. He is the only Jamaican reggae artist to win 2 Grammy Awards on the same night. He is also the only reggae artist to win in the Best Urban/Alternative Performance category.
Nathan Morris is a singer & founding member of Boyz II Men.
Their 1st album, Cooleyhighharmony, in 1991; reached the top 5 on the pop charts and No.1 on the R&B charts. A Grammy followed, with hits like, It's The End of the Road, which topped the pop charts for 13 weeks, breaking Elvis's record from 1956. They made history again in 1994, when, On Bended Knee, replaced their other song, I'll Make Love to You; for the #1 spot only done before by Elvis Presley and the Beatles.
One of the rising artist, in the dancehall world. Richie Loop, has as a singer, songwriter and producing several singles in the Caribbean and overseas. In 2010, Richie Loop created the popular party anthem, ‘My Cupp.’ The single has been an instant bang with radio, disc jocks and various media outlets. ‘My Cupp’ single and video has found its way atop several reggae and dancehall charts locally and internationally.
Novia McDonald-Whyte, is the in-your-face Lifestyle editor of the Jamaica Observer. She is the controller of page 2 in Jamaica since 1997. She joined the daily newspaper and has since established herself as an authority on food, fashion & lifestyle.
The Jamaica Observer, launched with her help, The Table Talk Food Awards & created scholarships for food & beverage students awarding more than 12 million dollars.
DJ Kevin Crown is a Radio Personality, Actor, Model, Choreographer, 2nd Degree Black Belt, and International Touring DJ. He has won numerous competitions on stage and off. Kevin Crown is reinventing the DJ image. Having a background in dancing and has choreographed for some of the top reggae artist. From heating up concert arenas, to making things unpredictable for Jamie Foxx, and keeping the Wayans Brothers entertained, he is one of New York City’s most requested DJ.
Red Rat & Pascalle
Red Rat, is a dancehall artist. Best known for his up-beat music, comical style, and signature phrase "Oh, No!".
Red Rat's debut album in 1997 had hit songs like,"Shelly Ann", "Dwayne", "Tight-up Skirt", "Cruise" (feat. in the movie The Big Hit), and "Big Man, Little Yute". It was Greensleeves Records best selling record. In 2009 he did the song of "Rise Up Zimbabwe" it became an anthem for the country.
Pascalle's single "HAUTE" in 2016, is a big success in the Latin and Caribbean world.
Nooks started his reggea musical career after first recording professionally in 1974, Nooks started under the name Prince Mohamed as a singing Dj. He has had several hit songs and albums. Since 2001, Nooks has primarily recorded gospel material.
William McKeeva Bush
William McKeeva Bush, JP OBE, is a Caymanian politician and the former First Premier of the Cayman Islands. He's the leader of the United Democratic Party, and is the first elected member for the district of West Bay, and has served seven consecutive terms in the Legislative Assembly of the Cayman Islands representing that constituency.
He is the country's longest ever serving political figure with service spanning over 30 years.
Chalice is a reggae band formed in 1980. By 1981, they were a local success and in 1982 their debut album gave hit singles, "I Still Love You" stayed at number one for seven weeks. They had 7 albums and disbanded in 1996. CHALICE regrouped in 2006, ten years after their last performance.
Tonie Chisholm was crowned Miss Cayman Islands 2015. She was the first young lady to take on the title and crown, after the pageant went on, an almost 4 year hiatus.
As Miss Cayman Islands, she had participate in the Stingray Tourism Awards, supported the Cayman Islands Cancer Society, CayFilm film festival and take part in other community events.
David Pomeranz, a singer, composer, lyricist & writer for music & theater. He plays many instruments from age of 14. At 19, MCA signed him for two albums. He worked with Rod Stewart, Billy Joel, Three Dog Night & The Doors. His songs are sung by artists like; Bette Midler, Phoebe Snow, Sambora, Missy Elliott, Carpenters, Harry Belafonte, Andrea Marcovicci, Donna Summer, Lillias White, The Hollies & Cliff Richard. His songwriting projects equal a total of 22 platinum & 18 gold albums.
Imij and Co. - Singers
IMIJ and Co. is a Caribbean Band, the band’s goal is to create the vibes that appeal to everybody. From it's former days as Second Imij in the 1990’s, the band established itself as a one-of-a-kind soca act. They play soca and most genres: funk, soca, calypso and soft-rock. The singer; Ghetto Flex, Stephan Subero, Ricardo Drue
Hon. Danville Walker, OJ JP,
....is the Managing Director of The Jamaica Observer since 2012.
Walker was appointed as Director of Elections and head of the Electoral Office of Jamaica from 1997 to 2008. He also became CEO of the Office of National Reconstruction in 2004, overseeing reconstruction efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Ivan. In May 2008, he resigned from his position as Director of Elections, and took up a new job as Commissioner of Customs. He ran in the 2011 General Election and narrowly lost.
Luguelín Miguel Santos Aquino is a Dominican sprinter, who specialist in the 400 m. He was the silver medalist in the 2012 London Olympics at the age of eighteen. He won two gold medals at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics and made his senior breakthrough at the 2011 Pan American Games, taking individual and relay silver medals with Dominican national record times. He won his country's first medal at the World Junior Championships in Athletics by winning the 400 m title in 2012.
West Indies Cricketers
Jerome Taylor is a Jamaican cricketer who plays internationally for the West Indies. He is a famed bowler.
Chris Gayle is a Jamaican cricketer who plays for the West Indies. Considered one of the most powerful batsmen in limited-overs cricket, Gayle has set numerous records in all formats of the game.
Mike Phillips has performed with Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Prince and many others stars.
He plays the saxophone. And has earned standing ovations at the Montreux Jazz Festival, the Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival and the inaugural balls for President’s Clinton & Obama.
His TV credits includes; the Grammys, BET Awards, BET Honors & the Soul Train Awards. Also as musical director & host of BET show, Lyric Cafe. In 2017 he played the Natl. Anthem at the NFC Championship Game.
Jay Pharoah, is an American actor, stand-up comedian, impressionist, rapper, and voice actor. He joined the cast of NBC's Saturday Night Live in 2010 for his seemingly effortless impersonations of Jay-Z, Will Smith, Eddie Murphy, Lil Wayne, and Denzel Washington just to name a few. He also has several movie credit to his name, including the hugely popular 2016 animated movie, Sing.
Edward Seaga, a former Jamaican politician. He's the 5th Prime Minister of Jamaica, from 1980-1989, and the leader of the Jamaica Labour Party from 1974-2005. He served as leader of the opposition from 1974-1980, & again from 1989-2005.
Before his political career, he was a music producer & promoter. In the late 1950s owned West India Records Limited (WIRL), producing artists such as Higgs & Wilson and Byron Lee & the Dragonaires. He later sold (WIRL) to Byron Lee. It was renamed Dynamic Sound.
Cerizzi Paolo Eros
Cerizzi Paolo Eros, The Dolphin Man.
He specializes in swimming long distance at butterfly stroke.
He is the World Champion and also in the Guinness World Record Book for two records; as the Farthest Swim Wearing Handcuffs and Leg Iron, he swam the famous Strait of Messina. And the other is, the fastest 1 mile swim with handcuffs and leg irons.
Born and raised in Trinidad & Tobago, Jeanille Bonterre has been a popular face and voice of Trinidad and Tobago's broadcasting industry for years. She hosted for the best selling DVD series, "Inside Carnival."
Jeanille's passion to promote and develop Caribbean culture brought her to TV network Tempo as the host of the music video show Downtown Island.
Freddie McGregor has been a singer, musician and producer. His music career began when he was seven years old.His popularity soared in the early 1980s hits like, Big Ship, Push Comes to Shove, Just Don't Want to Be Lonely, I Was Born a Winner; as well as cover versions of many early reggae standards. He has also worked with producers and recorded as a drummer with artists such as Sugar Minott and Judy Mowatt.
Krosfyah (Crossfire) is Soca band formed in 1989 from Barbados. Known for hits, Road Jam, Pump Me Up & Sak Passe.
The 1995 song, Pump Me Up was successful & in 1997 went gold in Canada.
The second album Ultimate Party-Pump Me Up, sold more than 50,000 copies, and Yearwood became the first artist to win all three of the Party Monarch, Road Monarch & Calypso King titles at the Crop Over festival. He won in later years, five Party Monarch titles & Crop Over titles six times.
Operator TnT has been in the music world since 1988. Mentored by the likes of DJ Neil Sam, Lazaro Mendez (Miami Power 96), Felix Sama (Miami Hot 104). He has played internationally as a DJ for Poison Dart sound out of Tampa Fordia. Specializing in Reggae & Dancehall, he expands also to EDM, Soca, Hip Hop and R&B genres.
is an American singer–songwriter and actor. Eddie Levert is best known as the lead vocalist of the R&B/Soul vocal group, The O'Jays.
The O'Jays are mainly known by their hits "Back Stabbers", "Love Train" and "For the Love of Money". Levert starred and performed in the movie (The Fighting Temptations) and performed the song "He Still Loves Me"in 2003. The O'Jay's received the BET Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2009 BET Awards.
Mighty Gabby is a Barbadian calypsonian and folk singer. He is also a Cultural Ambassador for the island of Barbados.
As a child in 1968, he won his first title of Barbados Calypso Monarch. He then won:
Calypso Monarch: 1969, 1985, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2010
Crop Over: 1976, 1977, 1985
Folk Singer of the Year: 1977, 1978, 1979
Crop Over Road March: 1979, 1982
In the late 1980s he worked with singer Eddy Grant to help break through to a wider pop audience.
Miss Teen Cayman Islands
Miss Teen Cayman Islands is a national beauty pageant, to represent Cayman Islands. It is a stepping stone to the Miss Cayman Island Pageant which leads into the Miss Universe and Miss World pageant. This is our founder hosting the 33rd annual Miss Teen pageant.
Dj Eternal Vibes
He is one of the main forces in the US and the Caribbean when it comes the soca music. With many years under his belt as a radio DJ, Eternal Vibe can be seen live at many Soca fetes worldwide. And on the big trucks in T&T's massive carnival.
Ernestine Carballo is a versatile artist whose music ranges from Soulful reggae to Soca/Calypso/Brukdown/R&B and Pop.
She is considered the Soca Queen of Belize. Ernestine won the Krem Awards 2015 as Female Performer of the Year, along with other awards from Carnival Road March Song of the year to the National Soca Song Competition and even Artist of the Year in Belize. She has toured Europe and the Caribbean.
Peabo Bryson is an American R&B and soul singer-songwriter. He is well known for singing soft-rock ballads, often as a duo with female singers. He has contributed to 3 Disney animated feature soundtracks. Bryson is winner of two Grammy Awards.
Dj Ryan Sayeed
In an ever changing world of music, Ryan Sayeed has keep up with the times. From playing music for small family functions to being a resident dj at Big Phat Fish in Miami, FL. And now currently playing for Soca carnivals around the globe. This young DJ who hails from T&T keeps the party jumping.
Jamaican reggae singer career started with the singing group, ARP (A Raw Perspective) in 2001 he signed with Penthouse Records as a solo artist. He recorded the hit singles "Cruzin", and "All My Life", the latter of which was recorded with then label mate, Marcia Griffiths. The single "All My Life" was nominated for the 2001 Reggae Soca Awards. His singles, Can't Get Over You, On My Mind and This Time I Promise, were all chart toppers in Jamaica, America, Japan, Europe & Africa.
She has hosted and headliner on the RJE Urban Comedy Cabaret Tour, the highest grossing and longest running comedy tour catering to colleges/ universities in America. She has also been on many television shows such as Showtime at the Apollo, Four seasons of BET's Comicview, a writer for ESPN Magazine. She hosted several celebrity events such as the Russell Simmon's Phat Farm Fashion Show & Def Comedy Jam in Negril, Jamaica and FUBU International Okwaku Festival in Amsterdam.
Ding Dong is the new number one dancer in Jamaica after the late great legendary Mr Wacky (Bogle). He has continue to up his game by creating the dancing group Ravers Clavers and recording several hit songs like...Lowe Mi Nuh with Sean Paul, Syvah, Shampoo, Badman Forward, Badman Pull Up / Sell Off, Skip, Ravers Gas and Dip Again; which had accompanying dance moves that were just as popular.
He was the most popular dancehall artists of his generation. He's the first Dancehall artist to win a Grammy (currently owning two) in the genre.
He pioneered working with R&B singers and Hip Hop artists.
A Spanish genre can partially be traced back to Shabba's 1990 song "Dem bow", it was so popular in Puerto Rican & Dominican kids that the name Dem Bow now refers to a style of music.
He was award the Order of Distinction by the Jamaican Gov't for his contribution to music.
Novlene, Cydonie, Carmeliata, Chris
Novlene Williams, is a Jamaican athlete. She won a bronze medal in the 400m at the 2007 World Championships. Also a 3x Olympic bronze medalist in the 4×400m relay.
Cydonie Mothershill, is a athlete from the Cayman Islands. In the CARIFTA Games she won gold & sliver.
Carmelita Jeter, an American sprinter, in the 100m. She was the 2011 IAAF World Champion & a 3x Olympic medalist.
Chris Brown...4 World Championships medals in the 400m. He won gold medal in the relay at the 2012 London Olympics.
RPB & John Roett
RPB or Red Plastic Bag, is a calypsonian from Barbados. He won the Barbadian calypso monarch competition a recorded 10 times.
RPB started in 1979, where, he fused reggae & soca. His biggest hit, Ragga Ragga, has been recorded into 7 different languages.
John Roett is a musician from Barbados. He's performed with artists like.. the legendary Merrymen, Spice & Co, Kenny Rogers, Bruce Hornsby & Maxi Priest. Worked on TV shows like Soul Train, Rick Dees, David Letterman & the Arsenio Hall Show.
Vybz Kartel & Poppcan
Vybz Kartel is a Jamaica artist, record producer and entrepreneur. Some of his singles include "Clarks", "Romping Shop", "Summertime", "Dancehall Hero" Major Lazer collaboration Pon De Floor and Fever. Kartel has worked on collaborations and remixes with Jay-Z, Rihanna, Missy Elliott, Busta Rhymes, M.I.A, Pharrell Williams, Fifth Harmony, Kardinal Offishall, Akon, Jim Jones, Lil Wayne and Eminem. His songs are in regular rotation on urban radio stations across the US.
Blaxx, Rita Jones & Ghetto Flex
Soca artist, Dexter John Stewart aka Blaxx is a solid part of Roy Cape All Stars from 1999 to present. Blaxx, who has been consistent in making soca music has given us infectious songs like... Breathless, Tusty, Tanty Woi, Hunting and Carnival Jumbie.
Rita Jones, lead singer with Roy Cape All Stars from 2005 - 2007.
Ghetto Flex has performed with many bands like... Second Imij, Qwestion, Roy Cape All Stars and Imij & Co. and the opening for Boys II Men, The Fugees, Faith Evans & Shaggy.
Big Mountain is an Reggae band based out of California. Toured extensively for years and is best known for its cover version of Peter Frampton's "Baby, I Love Your Way", which became a Top 10 hit single in the U.S. in early 1994, reaching No. 6 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, No. 1 on Mainstream Top 40 and No. 2 for the year of 1994 in the UK.
Admiral Bailey is a Jamaican dancehall deejay who enjoyed great success between the mid-1980s and the early 1990s. He has been described as the hottest dancehall star of the late 1980's. In 1990s he became known as a "clean" deejay, He recorded with Byron Lee on some of the biggest soca hits ofthat time and even starred in television commercials for regional banks.
Troyton Rami, a songwriter, producer & artist, he has earned Grammy Awards for Sean Paul’s Dutty Rock album and the Multi-Platinum hit, Gimme The Light.
His work also gained him and his founding label, Black Shadow Records an ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Award for writing and publishing. Also the International Reggae and World Music Awards named him the 2002 Producer of the Year. He composed & produced albums like, Good 2 Go for Elephant Man & Kevin Lyttle’s Gold selling album, Turn Me On.
Selita Ebanks is a Cayman-born fashion model and actress. She has worked for high fashion brands like... Neiman Marcus and Ralph Lauren, and appeared in magazines such as the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, Vogue, and Glamour, but she is best known for her work with Victoria's Secret, as one of the brand's "Angels" from 2005 to early 2009.
George Wilborn & Michael Colyar
George Willborn, is a comedian, actor and has over 20 years in radio, ranging from mornings in Chicago to afternoons in DC. He has several nationally syndicated programs and still host his solo radio program, Willborn’s World on WHUR’s SiriusXM Channel.
Damon Williams, comedian.
Michael Colyar is an actor, comedian, entertainer, voiceover artist, television/radio personality, and author. Colyar broke the mold by doing shows from the 80's & 90's with no vulgar or profane language.
Rachel Stuart, Host of B.E.T tv show, Caribbean Rhythms, which featured videos from reggae and dancehall artists.
Rachel, a former Miss Jamaica, who represented her country at Miss Universe 1993; used Caribbean Rhythms to take you straight to the islands and put a spotlighted on all the the island had to offer. She also hosted another B.E.T. show called Planet Groove.
She currently host, Island Stylee. An award winning inflight program on Air Jamaica.
Tony Roberts & AJ Jamal
Tony Roberts, a comedian, movie and TV actor, he is also a comedy writer. He has appeared on HBO's Def Comedy Jam, BET's ComicView, It's Showtime at the Apollo, and Shaquille - All Star Comedy Jam.
Comedian A.J. JAMAL has conquered TV, film, concerts, colleges and comedy clubs with his style. From Radio City Hall to Caesar's Palace, he performed in concert with artists like, Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin, Cher & Kenny Loggins Jamal is also an accomplished filmmaker and animator.
Gyptian, is a reggae singer that dominated the charts with hits like, Is There a Place, Beautiful Lady, Mama, Don't Cry & I Can Feel Your Pain. His biggest hit, Hold Yuh peaked at number 91 on the Billboard Hot 100, number 33 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Chart, number 6 on the Billboard Heatseekers Songs Chart and topped the Reggae Digital Songs chart for 9 consecutive weeks. The official remix with Nicki Minaj spent 29 weeks on Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Chart & 15 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100.
Labeled... the Boriqua Beast Of Comedy, Alex Ortiz is one of the Latino stars in the comedy world. He has worked in comedy clubs around the world and has many TV appearances like, HBO's Bad Boyz Of Comedy, Comedy Central's Premium Blend and Who Got Jokes. He is also a 3 time winner of... Showtime At The Apollo. He has performed for the USO Tours in over 15 different countries.
Talent Harris is a comedian, comedy writer and actor, known for Brotherly Love (2003), Whiteboyz in the Hood (2006) and Sunset Park (1996).
He is also an on-air jock for 14 years with The Kiss WakeUp Club morning show.
D-Major loves the musical sounds of positive energy. He said he wants people to feel good when they hear his music so he controls the content of his material by writing his own songs. He has shared the stage with international talents like James Ingram, Jeffery Osborne, Genuine, Busta Rhymes and Sean Paul to name a few. In 2008 he went on a summer tour with Shaggy.
CoCo & Breezy
Coco & Breezy are identical twin sisters, who created Coco & Breezy Fashion Accessory Company. First known for their sunglasses, they have extended into a full line of accessories. Their pieces have been worn by such celebrities as Prince, Kelly Osbourne, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj and Serena Williams. In 2012, Adidas announced they will be enlisting the design help of the sisters in Adidas future projects
Khago is no stranger to the music scene. He has worked with popular producers such as Marlon Young, Sly and Robbie, and has done combinations with artists like Paul Elliot and Little Hero. His songs, Caan Cool, Caan Quench” on the one drop rhythm and Nah Sell Out, have had heavy rotation on radio stations.
Cherine Tanya Anderson is a Jamaican actress and dancehall/reggae artist. She starred in the film Dancehall Queen, as Tanya. She played the character Serena in the 2003 Jamaican film, One Love with Kymani Marley. She worked and performed with Sly & Robbie, Sting, Wyclef Jean, Bootsy Collins & Jimmy Cliff. She is the first Jamaican female artist on the Billboard Rock charts with the song "Say Hey, I Love You" with Michael Franti & Spearhead. The song simultaneously peaked on six Billboard charts.
Damon Williams is a comedian from Chicago who has appeared on Comedy Central, BET’s - Comicview, HBO's Def Comedy Jam. He took over hosting for, Showtime at the Apollo from Steve Harvey back in 1999. He also became the opening act on the “Kings of Comedy” tour. Damon can be heard weekly on the syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show that is broadcasted across the USA
Jah Cure is a reggae artist with several albums and singles, which have topped the chart. Songs like, Love Is, Longing For & True Reflections showcase his unique voice and lyrical ability.
His album, The Cure was released in 2015 topped the Billboard Reggae Albums chart in its first week of release and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album in 2016.
Wayne Marshall is a reggae and dancehall artist. His debut solo album Marshall Law was noted for strong hip-hop influences on Marshall's dancehall music. He is also noted for his collaborations with Sean Paul, Elephant Man and Beenie Man.
Terrence Howard is an American actor and singer. Having major roles in films like... Dead Presidents, Mr. Holland's Opus, Howard, Winnie, Ray, Lackawanna Blues, Crash, Four Brothers, Get Rich or Die Tryin, Idlewild, August Rush, The Brave One and Prisoners. He played James Rhodes in Iron Man 1. He was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor for the movie Hustle & Flow. He currently stars as the lead character, Lucious Lyon in the hit television series Empire.
Barrington Levy is a reggae and dancehall artist. By 1980, Levy was one of the biggest Jamaican stars, and saw his international fame growing. His British hit album called Here I Come; Levy received the Best Vocalist prize at the British Reggae Awards. in 1984. In the 1990s, Levy hits continued, although his vocals were sampled and used in many underground and released jungle tunes.
Cory "Zooman" Miller
Cory Zooman Miler, is a comedian who's act covers storytelling through multiple characters. He is noted as the best President Obama impression outside the White House. Aside from being a headlining comedian, he can sing, rap, dance, act and produce. He has worked with Comedy Central, NBC's - The Tonight Show, HBO's - Def Comedy Jam, BET's - Comic View and Showtime at the Apollo.
Elephant Man started as a member of the Scare Dem Crew, later becoming a solo artist. Known for his dyed yellow-orange hair and his unique low-key voice. In 2004, Puma signed a contract for using one of his songs in its Olympics commercial. He was also signed with Bad Boy Records and released one album. The Gully Creeper dance, for which Bryan created a song, was danced by Usain Bolt after he won the 200 meter race.
Romain Virgo is a singer specializing in the lovers rock style of reggae.
He sang on a television choir contest, All Together Sing in 2006. He went on to win the Digicel Rising Stars competition in 2007, two months before his graduation from high school. At 17 years old, he was the youngest contestant to ever win top prize at the competition, which included a JA$1,000,000 prize and a recording contract, with Greensleeves Records. Virgo has performed at dances and stageshows and toured the U.S.
Chucho Valdés, is a Cuban pianist, bandleader, composer and arranger whose career spans over 50 years.
An original member of the Orquesta Cubana de Música Moderna, in 1973 he founded the group Irakere, one of Cuba's best-known Latin jazz bands.
He has won five Grammy Awards and three Latin Grammy Awards.
Flippa Mafia....known for high rolling. He describes himself as the “flossing king” he made popular, walking on stage at some of the biggest Dancehall stage shows and throwing thousands of dollars in the crowd.
Bunji Garlin, is a Trinidadian Soca artist. He has won Trinidad's Soca Monarch/International Soca Monarch competition on several occasions: 2002 (tied with Iwer George), 2004, 2005 & 2008. In 2013, He won the Soul Train Award for Best International Performance for the international hit song, Differentology.
Tony Dize, is a reggaeton singer. Considered also as a great producer & composer, his album was #1 in sales in the first week of its release and the song, El Doctorado, quickly conquered the radio and set a new record when it entered the Top 10 of Hot Latin Songs on Billboard.
Tony Rebel, is a Jamaican reggae deejay. In 1990, he had a monster hit with "Fresh Vegetable", and established a singjay style of delivery. In 1992 he signed a deal with Columbia Records and released a predominantly reggae fusion album. In 1994 he founded a record label, Flames. That same year, he held a reggae festival named Rebel Salute in Mandeville, Jamaica. It has developed into an annual event through his production company, Flames Productions, and is held every year on his birthday.
Demarco, is a Jamaican dancehall and reggae recording artist.
Has a current string of dancehall hits. He is best known for his classic hits, Duppyy Know Ah Who Fi Frighten and Fallen Soldiers. Demarco has toured extensively, including multiple visits to Africa, performing in Ghana, Uganda, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, and Guinea.
Willy & Bobby Chin
Willy Chin - The Remix King and Bobby Chin; are part of the Black Chiney sound system based in Miami, Florida. They have tour the world play in nightclub, stage shows, and sound clashes. They have a huge global following as producers and artists individually.
Terry Linen learned is craft of singing by the dancehall singers of the mid-80s and nurtured his vocal skills while in his teens. He embarked on his recording career in 1993.
By 1999, his career was firmly established when he recorded a version of Whitney Houston’s ‘My Love Is Your Love’, which re-united Linen with Anthony Red Rose who had set up the new Raggedy Joe fraternity. The hit was a dancehall smash and topped the reggae charts worldwide.
Pierre Edwards is an American actor, director, writer, and stand-up comedian. Pierre is best known for producing, writing, directing, and starring in movies like.. For Da Love of Money, 2001: A Space Travesty, How to Be a Player, and B*A*P*S. He has done numinous comedy stand shows and also TV shows.
Morgan Heritage is a reggae band formed in 1994 by five children of reggae artist, Denroy Morgan. Here is two members of the group, Mojo and Una Morgan. The group has had 2 decades of successful reggae singles and albums. The group is also known in the reggae world by the nickname, The Royal Family of Reggae.
Morgan Heritage's 2015 album named, Strictly Roots won the Grammy Award in the Best Reggae Album category in 2016.
Beenie Man, is a Grammy award-winning Jamaican reggae dancehall artist. He is referred to as the world's "King of Dancehall". He has had many hits songs in the international market with artist like Mya, Janet Jackson and Wyclef Jean.
Lukie D & Singing Melody
Lukie D is an Reggea artist is known for his singing rather than a DJ style. He was also part of a Reggae supergroup known as L.U.S.T which sang with the prominent theme of love in their songs.
Singing Melody, also a solo artist and part of L.U.S.T., he is known for his abilities as a vocalist, his production skills and for combining aspects of Reggae and R&B.
The World Cup
The World Cup is a solid gold trophy awarded to the winners of the FIFA World Cup association football tournament. Since the advent of the World Cup in 1930, two trophies have been used: the Jules Rimet Trophy from 1930 to 1970, and the FIFA World Cup Trophy from 1974 to the present-day. Made of an 18 karat gold with a malachite base, it 36.8 centimeters high and weighs 6.1 kilograms. It's made by Stabilimento Artistico Bertoni company in Italy. It shows two human figures holding up the earth.
Asafa Powell, is a Jamaican sprinter who specialize in the 100 meters. He held the 100 meters world record between June 2005 and May 2008, As of 1 September 2016, Powell has broken the ten-second barrier more times than anyone else – 97 times.
This young singer/songwriter has reached a level of musical maturity that is far beyond her years; and promises to be one of Caribbean's finest,
Denyque blends soulful R&B with reggae and dancehall to a truly unique sound.
She knew her love was music after winning several medals in Jamaica National Festival song competitions at the age 11 and 12 years.
CEO, VP Records in Florida. The world's largest reggae music & distribution company. They sell vinyl, cds, Clothing, DVDs, and HD Digital Downloads. From reggae to dancehall & soca, VP Records is the only record label that represents the full spectrum of Caribbean music. For over 45 years, VP has stayed true to its roots, always serving its core audience & swiftly keeping up with the sounds of the street.
Voice, is a singer, songwriter, and DJ. He is the youngest Soca Monarch in history to win the title of the International Soca Monarch. He won that title in 2016.
ZJ Rush started the legendary and world re-knowned Code Red in 2001. The Code Red team won sound clashes worldwide back to back for several years. Dj Rush entered the radio scene in 2009, by joining Zip FM, and hence became known as Zj Rush. He is also TV host of Hype TVs "Up and Live" and made many TV appearances on Jamaican National TV as an entertainment specialist and commentator.
QQ, set the record as the youngest entertainer from Jamaica with a local and regional hit song at the age of 10, it dominated airwaves in Jamaica and even England.
He performed at Reggae Sumfest alongside international acts such as Missy Elliot, Rihanna, and 50 cent. He has also performed at the Champions In Action concert in Africa.
Chino, born Daniel McGregor is a son of Jamaican music legend Freddie McGregor (Big Ship famed singer). A talent in his own right, he performed at the age of twelve in front of the Jamaican Prime Minister and other statemen. He sees himself as a musical artiste since he plays instruments like, the guitar, drums, piano and bass. Furthermore he can write, sing and rap allowing him a strong foundation to work with other artists.
Taraji Henson an American actress and singer. She starred in Baby Boy, Hustle & Flow, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Date Night, The Karate Kid, Think Like a Man
Henson has also had an extensive career in television shows like, The Division, Boston Legal and Person of Interest. As of 2015, she stars on the Fox drama series Empire, for which she became the first African American woman to win a Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Drama Series, as well as a Golden Globe.
Skinny Fabulous, soca artist from St. Vincent & the Grenadines, pushs the boundaries of Caribbean music between soca and dancehall.
As a singer/songwriter, hits like .... The Beast let Go, Head Bad, Badder than Everybody and Misbehavin' are crowd movers.
Christopher Martin is a Reggae/Dancehall singer/songwriter from Jamaica. He won Digicel Rising Stars in 2005 (the Jamaican version of "American Idol"). In 2013, he signed to VP Records producing a string of hits. In 2016, riding on a wave of hits singles he toured Zimbabwe and performed live on stage alongside several Zimbabwean singers.
Etana, is a reggae singer from Jamaica. Her debut album released in 2008 to raved reviewed opend the door to her fourth album, released 2014. Where she entered the Billboard Top Reggae Albums chart and remained at the number one spot for four weeks. Etana is first female to top the reggae billboard chart in over fifteen years.
G Whizz, next gen of singers coming out of Jamaica. At this early stage in his career, his delivery and vocal style shows a depth of talent shown in a legendary artist. He has performed in the Cayman Islands, New York City, Boston, Atlanta, at "Best Of the Best" Concert in Miami, England, Bahamas, St Croix, Bermuda and popular Jamaica events like Capleton's St Mary Me Come, Anthony B Trelawny Fun Day, Reggae Sumfest Show, STING show and Fully Loaded Show in Jamaica.
Keith Sweat, is an American R&B and soul, singer-songwriter, record producer, actor, radio personality, and an innovator of new jack swing. In 1987, his debut solo studio album Make It Last Forever, which sold three million copies. The biggest song inaugurated the new jack swing era "I Want Her" (#1 R&B/#5 Pop) Sweat also formed and managed several groups including the R&B supergroup LSG with Gerald Levert and Johnny Gill, their self-titled debut album went 2x Platinum.
Oleta Adams is an American singer and pianist who genres includes soul, jazz, pop and gospel. she has toured with Tears for Fear and Phil Collins
DJ Barrie Hype
DJ Barrie Hype. In 2010 he was awarded Soca DJ of the Year at the second annual South Florida Dancehall Awards.
A patriotic Saint Lucian, Barrie Hype is the DJ for soca superstar... Rupee. Barrie is also affiliated with Topgunners and the 18th & Collins Group, created by ‘The Soul Rebel,’ DJ Crown Prince. 18th & Collins is a fraternity of DJs, producers who share and build remixes, produce soca music.
The Caribbean's iconic comedy star, Majah Hype, known for his infectious online skits of his various Caribbean Characters
Shurwayne Winchester is a soca musician from The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, who has twice won the Road March title in 2004 & 2005.
Marion Hall aka Lady Saw is a Jamaican singer, whose career has spanned over two decades. Widely known as the Queen of Dancehall, she is the first female deejay to win a Grammy Award and to be certified as a triple-platinum artist.
Popcaan, a heavy hitter in Jamaican Dancehall scene. In 2014, he signed to Mixpak Records for a multi-record deal. His debut studio album, Where We Come From, entered the Billboard Top Reggae Albums chart at number 2, and the video gained over 5 million views on YouTube. In 2015 he won the MOBO Award. He has been featured on songs with Jamie XX and American rapper Young Thug, the English electronic duo AlunaGeorge and even Drake.
Gen. Trees & Peter Metro
Both from the 1980's... General Trees, popular Jamaican Dancehall DJ & Peter Metro, a DJ from the Metro Media sound system; who's knowledge of Spanish made him the first multilingual reggae toaster.
Ricardo Drue, young soca artist with a string of hits his homeland of Antigua, then T&T to the world.
With Hits like I.D. (Stamp Yuh Name), Vagabond, Rum Again (Drink Up) (feat. King Bubba FM) and BET... has made him a household name.
Machel Montano... a Trinidadian soca singer, actor, record producer & songwriter.
During his career, which spans more than 30 years, he was the youngest finalist to ever win the Caribbean Song Festival in 1987. He now stands as one of the most well-known soca acts in the world.
Tessanne Chin is a Jamaican recording artist, best known for winning Season 5 of NBC's reality TV singing competition The Voice as part of Adam Levine's team. She has opened for famous acts such as Patti Labelle, Peabo Bryson and Gladys Knight and also Beres Hammond.
She toured for three years with reggae icon Jimmy Cliff.
Joe Clair, also known by the nickname "Joe Cleezy", is a American stand-up comedian, Radio Personality, and VJ. Clair is a former host of BET's Rap City from 1994 to 1999. Currently he hosts a radio show on WPGC-FM in Washington, D.C.
King Bubba FM
King Bubba FM is a Barbadian soca producer, composer, DJ and artist. Best known for hits like... Calling in Sick, Mashup, Whole Night, Tequila, Partyak, Monster Winer, We Want Drinks, Who Drinking Rum.
Alison Amanda Hinds, Barbadian soca. She is one of the most popular overall soca singers and has been given the nickname the "Queen of Soca". She was a lead vocalist in the popular soca band Square One.
Usain Bolt, a Jamaican sprinter is regarded as the fastest human ever timed.
Winner of numerous Olympic gold and World Champions medals, He is widely considered the greatest sprinter of all time.
Sensato, is a Dominican rapper from the Bronx, New York City.
He known for his fun style and musical hooks. He has collaborating with artists such as Pitbull, Fuego, Black Point and Mozart La Para with hits like...El Taxi and Loca People.
Angela Hunte, is an American-Trinidadian singer-songwriter, and producer. She was a contributing writer for Empire State of Mind, with Alicia Keys and Jay Z, a song which won her a Grammy. She has worked with Britney Spears, Nas. Danity Kane, Melanie Fiona, P Diddy, Rihanna, Amy Winehouse, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopez, Snoop Lion, Collie Budz, Chris Brown, Busta Rhymes, Gyptian, Bunji Garlin and Machel Montano.
Dj Fly Guy
DJ Fly Guy, a native of Guyana and Brooklyn-bred; has worked in New York and Miami. It was in Miami where he made his mark by DJing in the world famous nightclubs named... LIV, Mansion, and Story. He also spun at private parties for entertainers like Drake and Robin Thicke. In 2013, he appeared on VH1’s Master of the Mix, a reality DJ competition. In 2016, he was selected as one of the DJ's to play music for Copa América Centenario, the 100 year edition of the South American football tournament.
Tom Joyner an American radio host, host of the nationally syndicated The Tom Joyner Morning Show, and also founder of Reach Media Inc., the Tom Joyner Foundation, and BlackAmericaWeb.com.
In 1994, Joyner was signed by ABC Radio Networks to host a nationally syndicated program, The Tom Joyner Morning Show, featuring Joyner and a team of comedians and commentators reporting and discussing the latest news and sports while playing popular R&B songs from the 1970s through the 1990's.