Miami Based Reggae Artiste, Jah Single In His Element With New Song

Jah Single is ready to take on the Summer with In My Element. The follow-up record to buzzing street hit Mow DownIn My Element is a Reggae-fused, Afro-Caribbean production that shows off the singer’s versatility, melodious harmonies and hard-hitting punchlines. The record sets the tone for a perfect summer day, reminding listeners to find time to enjoy life through the daily hustle and bustle.

This track was inspired by my own reflection of my life, what I have been through and where I am now. No matter the challenges, I overcame them and I’m proud of my accomplishments thus far.” says Jah Single.

As the world slowly opens up, Jah Single is currently on the streets campaigning the new single. He has set up promo tours outside of Florida in New York and Jamaica. During the lockdown, the artist kept busy by utilizing networking apps such as Clubhouse to help garner a fanbase and meet a series of industry professionals.

Jah Single, born Evroy Lawes, interprets his life experiences through impactful and uplifting music. Born on the island of Jamaica, Jah SIngle was raised in the cool hills of rural Manchester. His natural evolution into music was catalyzed by a father whose passion helped influence the likes of Winston McaNuff and Eek-a-Mouse, now legends of music in their own right. Jah Single began his musical career at 7 years old when his father purchased him a guitar to nurture his growing interest in music. By 10 he started performing live for community events and street dances, furthering his natural progression in performance, art, and stylized music. Evroy later migrated to Miami, Florida, where the cornucopia of musical influences would help expand his rhythmic soundscape, and over the next few years, he would take the time to carve out his sound, outside of his homegrown comfort zone.

As a musician, the singer offers a unique twist on classic Reggae and Dancehall by infusing modern themes. Jah Single thrives to pay homage to his influences Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Dennis Brown, Sizzla, Buju Banton and Fela Kuti. The afro-inspired “Nollywood Queen” would be his first self-published release, giving him a taste of what to expect in the music industry, but it would be the Hip-hop tinged single “Mow Down” that would put him on the regional music map. By staying true to his origins and endorsing socially conscious music, the artist is bound to garnish unwavering support from his fans.

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Published by Betha Tsitsi Masvingwa Ndabambi