MOVING ON: It's the end of an ear and the start of a fresh chapter for Sean Paul, who has reportedly ended his 10-year relationship with Atlantic Records. The Jamaican Grammy winner hooked up with the US-based label following the smash success of his crossover single "Gimme The Light" in 2002, before going on to release his debut disc Dutty Rock. The deejay, whose most recent release, Full Frequency, went on sale earlier this year, has been popping up all over the States in recent weeks alongside collaborator Enrique Iglesias, performing their hit single "Bailando" at Fashion Rocks! and Iglesias' tour-opening show in New Jersey, among other spots.
WOMAN ON TOP: Who says women aren't making strides in the constabulary? Earlier this week, ACP Novelette Grant became only the second woman in the history of the Jamaican police force to be named to the second highest post in the force — that of Deputy Commissioner. Prior to the new appointment, Grant served the JCF as Commander for Area 5, which is made up of the divisions of St. Andrew North, St. Catherine North and St. Thomas. In her new capacity, Deputy Commissioner Grant will work closely with Dr. Carl Williams, the recently installed Commissioner of Police.