Tuesday, 19 March 2013

DYNAMIC DUOS: Are Tami Chynn and Wayne Marshall having a boy? + Konshens and Raine Seville show their wild side + Busy Signal and manager Shane Brown call it quits

TAKING CONTROL: After six years, deejay Glendale 'Busy Signal' Gordon and manager Shane Brown have decided to bring an amicable end to their professional relationship. While Brown's JukeBoxx Productions will continue to do bookings for the deejay, the management aspect of his career will be handled by the deejay himself, along with his brothers, who will soon be moving to Jamaica from Connecticut. "I ain't getting no younger. I just want things to be done differently, doing things myself, just more control over the career ya now, where it's at and where it's going," Busy Signal reveals in an interview with The Star. "No more management. So we basically part ways and do what we have to. Personally, mi just want to control my life and career. That's just being ambitious, if you ask me." 

CHILD'S PLAY: Hot mama Tami Chynn recently confirmed the gender of her baby, scheduled for special delivery in July. "I giggle everytime my little boy moves. What a lil kicker," she tweeted on Monday to hubby Wayne Marshall, who is still in the midst of a European tour in support of his soon-to-drop new album, True Colours. "We either have a baller or drummer on the way!!! Lol #sweet." 

MATURE CONTENT: Heat seems to follow Konshens, who is no stranger to controversy given his penchant for pushing the envelope with hard-hitting lyrics and frequently shocking music videos. Now, the top-flight hitmaker, alongside edgy singer Raine Seville, have the internet streets all abuzz thanks to the arrival of some supersexy promo images for their upcoming duet "Settle Down." The wildly provocative pics, which feature a skimpily clad Seville astride the deejay, have drawn mild outrage from some and speculation from others that the two are in fact an item and are using the medium of their new single to finally make their secret love affair public. Not so fast, says Seville. "It’s for a song that we have coming out, and I guess the pictures speak for themselves," Seville tells The Star. "We are young people and we are showing our sex appeal and the song we are promoting is about that." A rep for Konshens, meanwhile, could not be reached for comment.




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