Posted: October 8, 2014 in Articles
Words can’t describe how offensive, degrading and outright inappropriately unprofessional the tone of the emergency broadcast, that was made on Tuesday, September 30, 2014 about the unfortunate stabbing incident on campus.
The university in its effort to make its students aware of the confrontation through various media channels about what had unfolded on campus, sought to use racial profiling to identify who the assailant was. The major issue in the broadcast was the choice of words used to describe the race of the attacker. One could be of the assumption that individuals who are employed to an institution of this level would be more sensitive to its demography and be more politically correct when describing various races. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: October 6, 2014 in Press Releases
Kingston, Jamaica (Shuzzr) – Suzie Q returns to radio after taking more than a ten years hiatus to focus on her Hit Entertainment Television show Video Alley – Reggae Top Ten.
Suzie Q says ” Radio is my first love, I started out on radio in Jamaica in the early 90’s and did a short stint in 2000 but there was always a longing to put that earphone on and have enough time to talk to my people and push uplifting Reggae music with a nice balance of dancehall “. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted: August 30, 2014 in Press Releases
New York, USA (Shuzzr PR) – Following criticisms for his comments on a Hot 97 interview some months ago, Beenie Man has responded to his naysayers, including Elephant man, with a song called My Ratings.
The song, which is a production of Studio Vibes Records, will be distributed by 21st Haplios. The song was officially released on August 26. Read the rest of this entry »