Music

K.B. brings back hit tune to join growing chorus calling for 'true freedom of iformation act'
K.B. brings back hit tune to join growing chorus calling for 'true freedom of iformation act'

October 03, 2016

The Bahamas number one rake ‘n scrape artist Kirkland ‘KB’ Bodie is lending his voice to the growing chorus of organizations calling for a ‘true’ freedom of information act, declaring the united effort to push for transparency and accountability from government is unlike any movement he has ever witnessed.

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Adam Karch to perform in Grand Bahama for one night only

September 26, 2016

For those that attended the 2011 concert by Canadian blues and folk rock artist, Adam Karch in Grand Bahama, you already know this is not a performance to be missed! Karch will return to perform for one night only, at Rooster's Bar & Grill in Freeport on Saturday, October 8th, 2016.

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242 Caribana Music Festival on tap for the weekend

September 23, 2016

Dillon "D-Mac" McKenzie will join former Haitian president Michel "Sweet Micky" Martelly who leads the line up of artists on tap for the 242 Caribana Music Festival.

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BTC fuses forces with fam-fest for gospel voice competition
BTC fuses forces with fam-fest for gospel voice competition

September 21, 2016

Annually, “Da Fam” hosts its mega gospel concert “Fam-Fest”, which brings together thousands of families, for a weekend of fun and uplifting entertainment.

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DMAC Performs with Top Caribbean Artists at '242 Caribana Music Festival'

September 21, 2016

Top Bahamian entertainer Dillon ‘D MAC’ McKenzie will join fellow Caribbean Entertainers from around the region at Top Dawg Entertainment’s inaugural ‘242 Caribana Music Festival’ on Saturday September 24th at The Botanical Gardens in Nassau.

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KB song mocks 'garbage man' Jerome Fitzgerald

September 07, 2016

POPULAR singer Kirkland "KB" Bodie, in a new song, has called Education Minister Jerome Fitzgerald a "peeping Tom" and a "garbage man" for the minister's disclosure of private emails exchanged between members of the Save the Bays environment group during parliamentary proceedings several months ago.

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KB's latest releases raises questions through his song, the #1 recording artist... says the Bahamian people want answers too!

September 06, 2016

The Bahamas #1 recording artist Kirkland 'KB' Bodie today released his latest song, Mr. Education, taking aim at the Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald and challenging the Cabinet minister to reveal how he got personal e-mails he read in the House of Assembly, an act that drew anger and disbelief from across the political spectrum.

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KB's latest release, AKA Mr. Education

September 06, 2016

Kirkland 'KB' Bodie, The Bahamas' #1 recording artist, released his latest hit September 4, taking a Cabinet Minister to task who read personal e-mails in the House of Assembly.

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The evolution of Wendi

August 31, 2016

Forget what you thought you knew about Wendi because she will prove you wrong. And it's no more evident than on her latest three-song EP (extended play) "Risky Business" with songs that speak to her having an edgier and riskier side, and to a woman who is comfortable in who she is.

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The America Cantat 8: Bahamas International Choral Festival

August 25, 2016

International choirs have joined with Bahamian national choirs to create a week of music of the Americas radiating from Nassau city churches, and The College of The Bahamas from Sunday, August 21 through August 30.

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GBPA's BTS Vocalist Competition pays off

August 25, 2016

Downtown Freeport blazed on Friday night as vocalists vied for the grand prize of $1,000.00, during The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited’s (GBPA), “Back to School Vocalist Competition”.

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Rapper says he was detained by police over song he wrote criticising prime minister

August 24, 2016

THE composer behind a song and music video posted on social media last week in which Prime Minister Perry Christie and his family are negatively referred to, has been released from police custody after being detained over the weekend.

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FNM Deputy Leader Turnquest sides with GB male linked to song about PM

August 16, 2016

Local resident Navardo Saunders was reportedly taken into custody late last week in connection with a song that is said to be disrespectful to the Prime Minister, his family, other members of parliament, and to have also mentioned Democratic National Alliance (DNA) Leader Branville McCartney.

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Men arrested over song are released from custody

August 15, 2016

THE two men, who were arrested by police last week in connection with a song that makes negative comments about Prime Minister Perry Christie and his family, have been released from custody and plan to sue the government, The Tribune has learned.

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Charging anyone over a song would be 'anti-democratic'
Charging anyone over a song would be 'anti-democratic'

August 15, 2016

THE Grand Bahama Human Rights Association said yesterday that it would be "anti-democratic" to charge anyone in connection with the song that refers negatively to Prime Minister Perry Christie and his family.

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Human rights group calls for release of young singer
Human rights group calls for release of young singer

August 15, 2016

The Grand Bahama Human Rights Association (GBHRA) is calling for the immediate release two young singers detained in connection with a controversial song making the rounds on social media.

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Police investigating explicit song about the PM

August 15, 2016

The creators of an expletive-filled song about Prime Minister Perry Christie, his family and others, are under investigation for possible criminal libel, according to police.

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Two in custody over 'vile' rap song
Two in custody over 'vile' rap song

August 15, 2016

POLICE have two adult males in custody in connection with a song that negatively references Prime Minister Perry Christie, his family, Members of Parliament and Democratic National Alliance leader Branville McCartney.

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Bahamas International Chorale Festival to feature choirs from 8 countries
Bahamas International Chorale Festival to feature choirs from 8 countries

August 12, 2016

Nassau will come alive with the sound of music this month when 13 choirs from eight different countries gather on August 21st – 31st for the America Cantat 8 Bahamas International Choral Festival.

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Veola Sophiato release new single, 'Keep Moving,' on July 25th
Veola Sophiato release new single, 'Keep Moving,' on July 25th

July 22, 2016

Next Monday, July 25, the independent contemporary gospel singer Veola Sophia will debut her latest studio endeavor, a single entitled ‘Keep Moving.’

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