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Published:Monday | October 9, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Patrons having fun at one of the Margaritaville locations.
Mr Easy
Sean Paul
Kendrick Lamar
Taylor Swift


Margaritaville launches SIN and Heat Wave


The Hip Strip comes alive as Margaritaville Caribbean, Jamaica launches two exciting new nightclub offerings in Montego Bay - The SIN series, starting October 10, 2017, at Club Ville, Montego Bay, and Heat Wave Fridays, starting October 13 at Blue Beat Ultra Lounge.

The Service Industry Night, aka, SIN series, caters to service industry professionals and other guests alike who party hard and want quality entertainment. It will be held every Tuesday, and will showcase top-notch local DJs and an all-inclusive drink package, complete with a special price for members of the service industry.

Heat Wave Fridays promises to be a sexy, sophisticated yet affordable night out for both locals and tourists, with drink specials and the hottest DJs at the posh Blue Beat Ultra Lounge.

"Our aim for both nights is to offer our guests more opportunities to enjoy our exciting nightclub entertainment and five-star service," says Andre 'PNut' Brown, Margaritaville Mobay's nightclub manager. "We know our patrons want great nightlife options and we are giving it to them in fine style."

Headquartered in Jamaica, Margaritaville Caribbean Group remains committed to bringing patrons innovation in nightlife entertainment. This comes fresh off their recent win as the Caribbean's Leading Entertainment Venue for 2017 at the World Travel Awards.

Margaritaville Caribbean Group operates a diverse portfolio of restaurant and nightclub concepts, anchored by Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville-themed restaurants, and operates through its subsidiaries in Jamaica, Grand Cayman, St Thomas, and Turks and Caicos.


New single from Mr Easy


Dancehall star Mr Easy, has returned with a single titled Privacy, currently heating up the airwaves, social media and the nightlife.

With a career spanning over 15 years, it is no surprise that Mr Easy's ability to reconnect with fans of all ages would occur again in 2017.

Known for the smash hit Drive Me Crazy, Mr Easy has a way of appealing to females with his melodic vocal ability and knowledge of what's going on in the dancehall. Privacy, which has recently been featured on popular social media networks, The Shaderoom and World Star Hip Hop, is garnering attraction from all over the world due to the impact it has on patrons in the clubs.

"The single not only speaks to me, but it is so relatable because not all females want their relationship public nowadays. We don't necessarily want to follow the trend of putting everything out there on social media for the world to see, we love we privacy" says Natasha Pinnock of Brockton, MA.


Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, SZA and more nominated for EMAs ... Sean Paul in 'Rockabye' for Best Song


The nominations for the 2017 MTV EMAs have been announced and there's a slew of our favorite superstars who are up for awards in some big categories.

While Taylor Swift is leading in the nomination count this year with a total of six, Kendrick Lamar is close behind with three nominations in the Best Artist, Best Video and Best Hip Hop categories.

Other stars including DJ Khaled, Eminem, Drake, Future and Post Malone are also up for awards in multiple categories, alongside R&B stars SZA and Khalid.

Dancehall star, Sean Paul has been nominated in the Best Song category for his feature in Rockabye with Clean Bandit and Anne-Marie. They will go up against the likes of DJ Khaled, featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller for Wild Thoughts; Ed Sheeran, Shape of You; Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, featuring Justin Bieber in Despacito (remix); and Shawn Mendes, There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back.

The MTV EMAs this year are slated to take place in London, UK, on November 12 and will be hosted by Rita Ora.