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“You Can’t Buy Another ‘Blaxx’ At Massy Stores.” DJ Rallies For Ailing Soca Artist.

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Today, one day after posting banking deposit details in aid of Blaxx’s medical expenses, Dawg E Slaughter cleared all speculation surrounding whether Blaxx himself had been asking for public assistance. He said Blaxx had no desire to ask for anything from the general pubic, however he personally felt the need to act and so, he sprung into action and will continue to encourage persons to help the Roy Cape frontline artist. “You can’t buy another ‘Blaxx’ at Massy Stores,” Slaughter said, urging fans worldwide to keep the entertainer in their prayers.

Persons wishing to contribute financially in Trinidad and Tobago can do so using the following information:

Republic Bank
San Juan Branch
Trinidad W.I.

Account # 320-801-024-001

Approximately 5 weeks ago, Blaxx released a new single called, “Same Way.”

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Buju Banton Rebels. Tells The World “Masks Nuh Made For Man.”

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Amid unprecedented upheaval over the present state of global economies and intense pressure on healthcare systems worldwide, mass deaths and a mandate by the World Health Organisation for world leaders to remove Covid-19 restrictions, well loved, reggae artist Buju Banton has broken his silence.

Buju, in three very honest social media posts on Wednesday, told the world that he is done with Covid-19, suggesting that it has been a plan all along. Known for his vocal stance against injustice whether via his music or perfectly articulated epressions, Buju who continues to enjoy his freedom following years of incarceration in the United States between 2009 and 2018, said, “We are tired of you intellectual fools trying to tell us how to live our lives. If you are so smart why haven’t you found the cure for cancer?”

The entertainer’s outbursts come one day after a video for the remix of Koffee’s single “Pressure,” on which his powerful, raspy vocals are featured, was uploaded to YouTube.

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Soca’s Biggest Songwriter Says, “Now We’ll Have to Do What We Should’ve Been Doing All Along.”

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The echo of Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley’s statement that there would be no Trinidad and Tobago carnival in 2021, has sent ripples around the world, this as many people who usually look forward to the biggest street party in the world, have been forced to come to terms with the startling reality that Covid-19’s damaging effects may very well meander into another year.

For some, questions related to whether Trinidad and Tobago’s leader should have been so blatant in delivering the news that would essentially mean lost income for thousands in the industry, have arisen. Many argue that no consultation on the prospects for the festival was entertained and as such, the blatant disregard for so many who feed their families from what is the cultural embodiment of a people, seemed like a slap in the face.

Soca songwriter, Jason ‘Shaft’ Bishop, the man behind thousands of Carnival anthems, including Destra’s ‘Lucy’, Patrice Roberts’ ‘Big Girl Now, ‘Peter Ram’s ‘All Ah We’ and Machel Montano’s, ‘Beat It’ and countless others, spoke with Ebuzztt exclusively, on Thursday. He said he understood the importance of the decision, but said it wasn’t the way to do it.

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