February 22, 2019

Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival 2019

Coffee drink is not unusual. Its beans and espresso are easily found. Coffee-infused scrubs, clothes and also household items, those are more unknown. The value and […]
June 28, 2017

Making ‘free shows’ count for you

Many artistes prefer paid performances- but who doesn’t?! Some may even view it disrespectful if a promoter hints at pro bono gigs. Dobusinessjamaica.com zooms in on the […]
March 6, 2017

Musical success:  It’s all in the packaging

It’s been 35 years since Jamaica’s Reggae legend Bob Marley died and still from beyond the grave he is managing to claim respect due to the […]
February 13, 2017

Getting your music to worldwide massive… it’s not an easy road

The music business is chock full of talents having the same dream of wanting to hit it big on the international platform. The reality is that […]
January 18, 2017

Lloyd Stanbury Talks Reggae Roadblocks

There is no secret that Jamaica’s culture is a major attraction for tourists. Reggae music, especially, has the potential to be a larger foreign exchange earner for […]
January 4, 2017

Insider’s Guide to: Kingston

The plaintive lament of Harry Belafonte’s timeless Jamaica Farewell, fittingly describes the magical pull “Kingston Town” has on the heart, the sadness of having to leave […]
December 8, 2016

On the Mic with #DoBizJA- Alaine

Testing… 1, 2, 3… on the mic with #DoBizJA is the very talented Jamaican singer, Alaine Laughton. Jamaican music, which is one of the country’s largest […]
September 27, 2016

Social Media and Your Music

Social media is a powerful marketing tool and for those music artistes who are always professing their grouse with disc jocks and other influencers in the […]