Check out this just released video from Tessanne Chin and Kes. Song and video both catchy and well produced. Your thoughts? Also be sure to check out YardEdge’s Interview with Tessanne Chin Part 1 and Part 2 Plus, take a look at a newly revamped Toronto-lime.com, looking good guys!
Upcoming neo-reggae artist Infinity is set to perform at the Village on April 25th. Infinity has been steadily making his presence known within the reggae industry and has been lauded by industry insiders and producers as a new talent to look out for with his signature edgy and eclectic style
A relative newcomer to the Kingston music scene, Blu Grass in the Sky performs at Red Bones this Friday. Don’t know much about them but the flier looks interesting…
YardEdge welcomes guest blogger Safi Harriott! This Thursday, April 22nd from 2PM to 4PM there will be a fun and totally free of cost dance workshop at Edna Manley School of Dance. This workshop will be facilitated by visiting artists from Canada and New York and will be based in
Here’s an interesting video from a series called “Prissytroopers” produced by David Borely which is basically a kind of travel/documentary series started in Trinidad but which has now come to Jamaica. This video is about learning to surf in Jamaica. There’s lots more where this came from at prissytroopers.com Check it
On Thursday, April 22nd, Shakti Mind Body Fitness and ECCO Magazine will be hosting an all-day Earth Day event entitled ‘Earth Fest: Recycle for Life’. The event will be held at the gardens of Shakti and will include live music from Cezar, some of Kingston’s finest drummers and Voices for
Last year L’Acadco – A United Caribbean Dance Force celebrated a successful 25th staging to sold out enthusiastic audiences. This year the company presents “SHIPS’ LOG – Daaance Coconut Daaance,” a historical account of our heritage from slavery to present day. This season will take place at the Philip Sherlock