FYI/TMI: Prince Royce, Romeo Lead Premio Lo Nuestro Nominees; Bob Marley's Bad Mood

Prince Royce and Romeo garner seven Premo Lo Nuestro nominations each; Marley's Mellow Mood drink makes New Jersey students ill
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    Prince Royce
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    Romeo
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    Bob Marley
December 04, 2012 -- 10:23 am PST
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(In an effort to keep you fully informed, and fully entertained, below we present today's FYI and TMI — news you need and news that's, well, sometimes needless….)

FYI …

Prince Royce, Romeo Lead Premio Lo Nuestro Nominations
Nominations
for the Premio Lo Nuestro 2013 awards were announced with Latin GRAMMY-nominated artist Prince Royce and Romeo leading with seven nominations each, including Tropical Album of the Year for Phase II and Fórmula, Vol. 1, respectively, and Tropical Male Artist of the Year. Maná and Don Omar followed with six nominations each, including Rock/Alternative Album of the Year and Urban Album of the Year for Don Omar Presents MTO2: New Generation and Exiliados En La Bahía: Lo Mejor De Maná, respectively. The awards will take place Feb. 21 in Miami. 

TMI …

Marley Makes Jersey Sick

Some of the most famous words Bob Marley sang were, "Don't worry about a thing/'Cause every little thing gonna be alright." It turns out everything wasn't alright for several students in New Jersey who fell ill after consuming a relaxation drink named after the reggae icon. Dubbed Marley's Mellow Mood, the drink is supposed to reduce stress but "may cause drowsiness and is not intended for children." The drink has since been removed from the shelves on several New Jersey school campuses. While details on how sick the children became were not revealed, the new cafeteria motto across New Jersey's schools may be "no soft drink no cry."

 

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