Jamaican reggae singer Jah Cure was again remanded when he made a two-hour appearance in a Netherlands court on Wednesday.
The True Reflections singer is to return to court on March 8, when his attempted murder trial is set to take place.
The artiste, born Siccaturie Alcock, is also charged with attempted manslaughter, aggravated assault or attempted aggravated assault, following the stabbing of concert promoter Nicardo 'Papa' Blake in Dam Square, Amsterdam on October 1.
The public prosecutor told the court that the investigation is heading into its final phase and is awaiting important information from Jamaican authorities regarding the singer's prior convictions.
Jah Cure will remain behind bars until his trial.