Cheers To Rihanna's New Video
Threads Of Scarlet Doesn't Slow Down
Threads of Scarlet, one of the best rock bands in Barbados, just released a new video for their song 'Slow Down'.
4 Ways To Cope With Anxiety
Anxiety is one of the most common mental problems in the Western world and it is often undiagnosed. How do you know if you have anxiety? You may have anxiety if you feel excessive worry either most of the time or in specific situations, such as social settings. If you suffer from panic attacks, that’s also a form of anxiety.
Rihanna's Concert For Bajans A Roaring Success
Despite some setbacks, Rihanna’s LOUD Barbados concert was a huge success. The superstar’s performance was dynamic and her vocals were superb, putting many Bajan critics to rest.
Sizzling Shelniel Summer Shoot
Summer is here! Time for another photo shoot. Kurama Magazine teamed up with Shelniel Accessories once again to do a hot jewellery shoot in Barbados.
Photographer: Mikey Rapley
Jewellery: Shelniel Accessories by Cassandra Mottley
Make-Up: Colour Coded
Models: Tiffany Tilman, Brook Miler, Maurice Durant
Swimsuit: Model's own
COSCAP Foundation To Honour Shontelle
Trinidad Carnival 2011 - Highlights
Trinidad recently held its annual Carnival. We have some highlights from mas to share with you below!
Photos courtesy IslandBox.com
VIDEO: Sample Some Honey Jam
If you missed it, like I unfortunately did, you can get a sample of A Taste of Honey Jam in this video. It features highlights of the night, and basically sums up the show in eight minutes.
Music Video: Bruno Mars Teams Up With Junior Gong
Pop superstar Bruno Mars recently released a reggae single featuring Damian "Junior Gong" Marley called 'Liquor Store Blues'. The Grammy-winning singer's hazy music video keeps it pretty simple with smoke and special effects in mostly rasta colours.
Kanye West & Rihanna's New Video Causes Seizures
Kanye West's music video for his latest single 'All Of The Lights', which features Rihanna and Hype Williams, will be banned from TV stations in Britain and is shown with a disclaimer on YouTube. What's behind all of the fuss? The dizzing display of lights in the video could cause seizures.