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Archive for June, 2011

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

ONE LOVE MUSIC #827

AIRS 6/27 – 7/3/11

NAH SWITCH & NATURE – GARGAMEL

GAPPY RANKS – LIFE GOES ON

BUJU BANTON – BUJU MOVING

BUJU BANTON – BRIGHTER TOMORROW

ZIGGI RECADO – GET OUT

ALBOROSIE & JR. REID – RESPECT

THIRD WORLD, JR. GONG & STEPHEN MARLEY – 96 DEGREES

BLING DAWG – FATHER GOD GUIDE ME

BEENIE MAN – I’M OK

VYBZ KARTEL – SUMMER TIME

CECILE – HURRY UP

SPICE – I WANNA KNOW

TANYA STEPHENS – FREE SPIRIT

GYPTIAN – NEVER GIVE UP

BERES HAMMOND – MUCH HAVE BEEN SAID

JAH CURE – PRAISES

***PON DI ROAD W/ DJ RED LOX(STREET MIX)***

GYPTIAN – YOUR TOUCH

BITTY MCLEAN – A STEP CLOSER

It’s gonna be a while…

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

Buju Banton Sentenced to Ten Years For Cocaine Charge

Reggae star will serve time in federal prison for attempting to acquire and distribute cocaine

Soul Brother/FilmMagic
By MATTHEW PERPETUA
JUNE 23, 2011 12:20 PM ET

Reggae star Buju Banton has beensentenced to 10 years in a United States federal prison for his conviction for conspiracy to possess and distribute cocaine. In addition to the conspiracy charge, Banton was also found guilty of another drug trafficking offense and a gun charge.

At the sentencing hearing, U.S. District Judge James Moody said that the 10-year sentence was the minimal allowed by federal guidelines. Banton’s attorney David Markus has requested that the Grammy-winning singer serve out his time in a prison near Miami in order to be close to his family.

Banton was busted by an informant working for the Drug Enforcement Administration in 2009. The singer told the informant he could broker cocaine, though he later testified that he was just boasting. Nevertheless, video and audio recordings made by the informant, including a video in which Banton appeared to be testing cocaine in a Florida warehouse, convinced the jury that he was guilty.

RELATED: Reggae Star Buju Banton Convicted on Cocaine Charges

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More bullshit for Buju…

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

No new recordings for Buju

Published: Wednesday | June 22, 2011 7 Comments

Buju ... convicted in February on gun and drug charges.
Buju … convicted in February on gun and drug charges.

Reggae superstar Buju Banton will be barred from recording any new materials if he is sent to a United States (US) federal prison when he is sentenced in a Florida court tomorrow.

However, Buju, whose real name is Mark Myrie, might not have to cut off his trademark dreadlocks and will be allowed to practise his Rastafarian beliefs under strict supervision.

Chris Burke, a public affairs specialist at the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Washington, DC, said federal prison guidelines bar inmates from conducting “business activities” while they are incarcerated, but added that they do not “normally” require inmates to remove body hair.

Burke said a number of federal prisons have music programmes that include instruments which inmates are allowed to play, but made it clear that recording equipment is banned from these facilities.

“It (recording music) is on our list of prohibited activities for which inmates are subject to disciplinary action,” he wrote in an emailed response to The Gleaner.

The bureau is the agency responsible for the custody and care of inmates being held in the 116 federal prisons in the US.

Buju was convicted in February on three of four federal drug and gun charges in the US Middle District Court, Florida Division, in Tampa.

He faces 15 years to life in prison when he is sentenced tomorrow.

There has been concern that Buju, who converted to the Rastafarian faith in 1994 after the death of his friend, dreadlocked reggae artiste, Garnett Silk, could lose his locks if he is sent to a federal prison.

Courts spilt

US-based Jamaican law professor David Rowe triggered those concerns when he pointed out that US federal circuit courts are split over whether Rastafarians in custody should submit to prison grooming regulations.

He pointed to two cases (Gartrell v Ashcroft and Hines v South Carolina) where the courts upheld federal prison grooming policies to cut excessively long beards and hair.

In another case, however - Benjamin v Coughlin - the court ruled that a Rastafarian was not required to cut his dreadlocks for a prison photograph.

A US circuit court has also suggested that, if necessary, the federal government’s prohibition of dreadlocks should be upheld for security reasons.

However, Burke emphasised that the bureau recognises the Rastafarian faith as a religion, and insisted that the agency does not force inmates to cut their hair.

In addition, he said arrangements about religious diets are discussed with inmates.

According to the bureau’s website, the agency does not require inmates to indicate their religious beliefs.

The website said inmates may designate any or no religious preference during their initial screening.

That can, however, be changed at any time by notifying the chaplain in writing.

The Rastafarian movement began in Jamaica in the 1920s.

The Rastafarian lifestyle usually includes the ritual use of marijuana, the wearing of dreadlocks, and vegetarianism.

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

ONE LOVE MUSIC #826

AIRS 6/20 – 6/26/11

TOOTS & THE MAYTALS W/ TREY ANASTACIO – SWEET & DANDY

TOOTS & THE MAYTLAS – MONKEY MAN(LIVE)

TOOTS & THE MAYTALS – PRESSURE DROP

STEPHEN MARLEY & MELANIE FIONA – NO CIGARETTE SMOKING

STEPHEN MARLEY – IRON BARS

JUS GOODIE – WATCH OVER ME

JUS GOODIE – LIFE

DUBSKIN – LOOK WHAT DEM DO

***PON DI ROAD W/ DJ RED LOX ( STREET MIX)***

KYMANI MARLEY – MANY MORE ROADS

PERFECT – AMERIMACKA

TONY REBEL – FIRE

QUEEN IFRICA – IT HARD

BOB MARLEY & WAILERS – COULD YOU BE LOVED

LUCKY DUBE – SERIOUS REGGAE BUSINESS

PETER TOSH – BUSH DOCTOR

CULTURE – NATTY NEVER GET WEARY

BERES HAMMOND – ROSE GARDEN

DUANE STEPHENSON – FIRE IN ME

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

ONE LOVE MUSIC #825

AIRS 6/13 – 6/19/11

VYBZ KARTEL – SUMMERTIME

SHAGGY, KHAGO & SLY & ROBBIE – TOUGHEST

TARRUS RILEY – EYE WATER

BUJU BANTON - ????(JAH ARMY RIDDIM)

YC, CHINO & BUSY SIGNAL – RACKS REMIX

CAPLETON, MOJO MORGAN & CONTRACTOR – FIRE PAN DEM

SHAGGY - SUGARCANE

LUTAN FYAH & JAH VICTORY – ONE AT A TIME

***PON DI ROAD W/ DJ RED LOX(STREET MIX)***

TOOTS & THE MAYTALS – JOHNNY COOLMAN

TOOTS & THE MAYTALS – LOVE SO STRONG

STEPHEN MARLEY – FED UP

STEPHEN MARLEY – MIND CONTROL

KYMANI MARLEY – NEW HEIGHTS

I-OCTANE & ZAMUNDA – PUFF IT

BUSY SIGNAL – SPLIFFTAIL

HOME GROWN & KONSHENS – GREEN GREEN WEED

LUCIANO – ONLY LOVE

PRESSURE – PERFECT LOVER

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

ONE LOVE MUSIC #824

AIRS 6/6 – 6/12/11

STEEL PULSE – REGGAE FEVER

ANTHONY B – GOD ABOVE EVERYTHING

DUANE STEPHENSON – NAH PLAY

COLLIE BUDDZ – PLAYBACK

DUBTONIC KRU – NAAH GIVE UP

JUS GOODIE – HOW BEAUTIFUL IT IS

STEPHEN MARLEY – CHASE DEM

TOOTS & THE MAYTALS – SAILIN’ ON

ALPHA BLONDY – COCODY ROCK

ZIGGY MARLEY – BLACKCAT

BUSY SIGNAL – ACKEE TREE

TARRUS RILEY – MICROCHIP

QUEEN IFRICA – KEEP IT TO YOURSELF

PERFECT – HAND CART BWOY

TONY REBEL –JAH BY MY SIDE

BUSHMAN – STEPPING RAZOR

MYSTIC ROOTS – BLESSINGS

MYCAL ROSE – ORIGINAL, NUH CARBON

COLLIE BUDDZ – BLIND TO YOU

***PON DI ROAD W/ DJ RED LOX (STREET MIX)***