Bigger and better

Following a successful Crop Over 2017, the island’s main cultural festival is in for some major changes this year, according to the Minister of Culture, Youth and Sports Stephen Lashley. Delivering the feature address at the Crop Over Sponsor’s Reception, a Bariffle of Sounds, Sights & Flavours, held at St Ann’s Fort, he disclosed that […]
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Rayvon still cutting the hits

He is affectionately referred to as the “ambassador of hip-hop reggae”. And with two new singles under his belt, international recording artiste Rayvon has come a long way from his very humble beginnings in Barbados when as a young child his only musical instruments were the pots and pans in […]