Loni Jones wants to be time travelling – YardEdge talks to Loni Jones, Jamaican makeup artist to the stars
YardEdge talks to Loni Jones, 24, makeup artist and extreme lash stylist from Kingston, Jamaica. Loni was an art student but found her true love for makeup more gratifying. She has worked with many photographers, entertainers and personalities in the entertainment industry both in Jamaica and internationally. She has been
Kingston’s coolest came out to party at the uber hip lounge party, Smokin’ Jacket, at Carlos Cafe on Saturday night. Hosted by Mystic Urchin, the party has become a regular affair for the who’s who of Kingston to come out and play. Aural treats were provided by ever eclectic DJs
Partyin’ it up at Smokin’ Jacket, Kingston’s ultra posh lounge party courtesy of Kingston Pilsner Beer
Winsome, Jason “Jigzagula” Henriques & Steve Urchin Empress, Steve Urchin & Nadia Stanley Lubica, Steve Urchin, Bobby “Cusser” Barnes Michelle Haynes & William Richards Jay Will, Christopher “Rebelmix” Edmonds, Karin Wilson-Edmonds & Mia
Sean Paul & Farenheit Buy “Hit Em” on itunes Jamaican dancehall soul singer Farenheit released his latest single “Hit ‘Em” featuring Sean Paul and Jigzagula on iTunes on May 20, 2008. Produced by Grammy-nominated producer and remixer Josh One of Nappy Roots fame, “Hit ‘Em” is an old fashioned jeep-beat
Rootz Underground at the band shell, Hope Gardens SCUBI, Stevie G & Jeffrey Charles, Paul & Colin SCUBI & Charles Rootz Underground launched their debut album “Movement” at the Hope Gardens band shell on Saturday, May 17. The band shell, an outdoor yet intimate setting, was well suited to Rootz
It’s going to be great! Better be there…. See below for “Movement” reviewed. Check back for reviews and photos!
“Will You Be?” single from Cezar on iTunes Jamaican reggae soul singer/songwriter Cezar launched his latest video and single “Will You Be?” on iTunes on April 29. Produced and shot in New York City by Nadia Sampson and Tim Naylor, the “Will You Be?” video has been in rotation on
Dub Poets in Concert Part II takes place tonight at Red Bones Jazz and Blues Cafe. See YardEdge archives for review and photos from last show.
Part 2 YardEdge: Has your style changed at all through the years? Kesi: My style has changed and will always change depending on what is required for the job. I am not one of those artists that subjects himself to a boxed in idea or way of creation. YardEdge: How
Kesi Gardner is a mother, artist, and businesswoman as the conceptualizer and CEO of “Sprawl Tees”. YardEdge talk to Kesi Gardner to find out more… Part I YardEdge: Why are you an artist? Kesi: Ever since I was 4 years old, my parents have told me that I would always