Janelle Monaé’s The Age Of Pleasure debuted last Friday, June 9, and the American singer’s fourth studio album hits the mark on all its Reggae and Dancehall aspirations, thanks to the Jamaican artists: Grace Jones, Sister Nancy, Derrick Harriott, Barrington Levy, Mad Cobra, and Patra.
Grace Jones News and Updates
Jamaican icons Sister Nancy and Grace Jones are expected to help Janelle Monáe nail her artistic vision for her upcoming Reggae-leaning album titled, The Age of Pleasure.
While every bit deserved, calling Grace Jones an icon may not do enough to highlight her wild and pioneering impact.
Jamaican fashion icon and singer Grace Jones and Papa San’s eldest son BEAM are among those nominated for Album Of The Year (AOTY) at the upcoming 65th Annual Grammy Awards.
Queen of the Pack Patra has paid homage to fashion icon, actress, author, film producer and singer Grace Jones, whose iconic song Pull Up to My Bumper, was featured as a remake on her sophomore album Scent of Attraction and landed on the Billboard Hot 100.
A month ahead of National Heritage Week, Bounty Killer has declared folk icon Louise Bennett, National Hero Nanny of the Maroons, singer/actress Grace Jones and sprint legend Merlene Ottey his greatest Jamaican women of all time.
Jamaican star BEAM and the iconic Grace Jones have returned to new heights on the Billboard Hot 100 chart following their contributions to Beyoncé’s Renaissance album.
For her latest blockbuster release, Renaissance, Beyoncé enlisted two of Jamaica’s champions of genre-blending: the iconic Grace Jones and the rising star BEAM.
Since 1964, Jamaicans have netted 134 entries on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. Of these songs, 56 leaped into the Top 40, and 11 soared to No.
While most Jamaicans appeared to be oblivious of the 73rd birthday of Pull Up to The Bumper and My Jamaican Guy singer Grace Jones on Wednesday, global fashion icon Naomi Campbell was paying a big tribute to the island’s first female megastar.