Machel Montano covers the debut issue of the Caribbean only men’s magazine.
Harts Carnival Band is getting an early lead in the Carnival 2014 preparations. The popular band will launch before all others on June 21 at O2 Park.
As a promo girl Kissa Abdullah got to travel, attend the best parties and rub shoulders with all the “IT” people.
Last weekend, Metro announced that the trinidad+tobago film festival had scheduled a dynamic weekend of free movies and live music at UWI, St.
It’s all about Austin “SuperBlue” Lyons’ Water and Powder J’ouvert Band at the Point Fortin Borough Day celebrations this weekend.
Let me start by saying that I don't have a blackberry. Never had nor wanted one.
The Samsung S4 is officially here and you can get your hands on one from tomorrow, when they are scheduled to go on sale at bmobile, West Mall.
The Table Talk Food Awards have come to Trinidad and Tobago.
As I sit here nyamming (eating) some jerk pork and chicken, I think that I should put some of the random thoughts that crossed my mind over the past three days down in a note.
While dancehall continues to dominate the airwaves in Trinidad and Tobago, dancehall artistes in Jamaica are struggling to regain their popularity worldwide.
On November 3, three cricket legends, Desmond Haynes, Courtney Walsh and Jeffrey Dujon, will join a field of golfers that include other celebrities, athletes and business people from across t
Danchell star Busy Signal has cleared the air on his arrest and extradition to the US.
Mr Vegas has thrown his support behind Beenie Man’s decision to apologise for his past anti-gay lyrics. The Bruk It Down singer told Metro that Beenie Man has a family to feed and
First time dad Jah Cure says fatherhood has changed him.
Tempo, the popular entertainment channel may throw its hat into the Carnival ring with a band in 2013.
Barbados was the big winner this week as foreign media houses went wild over Rihanna’s participation in the annual Cropover festival.
Bajan soca star Edwin Yearwood has continued his winning ways, copping the 2011 Road March title with the song Cova De Road.
As the regional Carnivals get ready to kick into high gear, writer Kevin Farrick remembers his taste of Grenada’s Spice Mas 2012.
It’s been seven years. Seven years since the “Prince of Blue-Eyed Soul” released his last album.
Wendy Fitzwilliam sang her way into the Miss Universe title in 1998 and now 14 years later, the beauty queen looks set to make singing a profession. Fitzwilliam is part of Donald Trump’s
If you are a fan of reality talent shows such as Dancing with the Stars, American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance, then hold on to your seats.
When you live in a house long ruled by the iPhone and you bring home a rival smartphone, things are bound to get sticky.
Actress Nia Long will be a Grand Marshall for the first Los Angeles Cultural Festival. The Institute of Caribbean Studies, DC and the Caribbean Heritage Organisation announced yesterday that t
Chrystal Miller’s tattoo job is a work in progress.
In this month of June, we at Metro Magazine want to challenge the mainstream notions of sexy and embrace and celebrate the different packages
The first time the Metro team saw Nerine Peters, she was turning heads at Le Brunch, confidently decked out in a white shirt and a black and white striped skirt paired with black and white polka do
Now in its third year, Tobago Fashion Weekend (TFW) has become THE most anticipated fashion event on the calendar.
With the launch of their third album, Da Biznis, Nebula 868 will reveal a more musically focused and mature side of themselves.
Since she decided to sing professionally a year ago Vanna Vee (real name Vanna Girod) has been working hard to get herself known.
Daren Ganga is best known to many for his achievements on the cricket field, particularly in a leadership position, guiding the Red Force, Trinidad and Tobago’s national team, to glory multip
As a primary school student Muhammad Muwakil loved to sing.
For Lyriq Bent, his role in the movie Home Again was not just another acting gig. His role as Dunstan, a deportee to Jamaica, was close to his heart.
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