Inoah wants to make his mark
Reggae recording artiste Inoah born Clayton Heslop, a resident of Watermount, St Catherine, is intent on making his mark in the Jamaican music industry.
The singer explains that despite various adversities he has always had a passion for music and it's that desire that has driven him to become so focused and motivated about leaving an indelible imprint on the business.
During his earlier years as a member of his then church choir, the young musician would showcase his multi-talented skills as he sang and played drums for the group. While working at a popular drink company in Jamaica, and spending time at Judgement Yard, the singer during his tenure got introduced to Mr Wong whom at the time was instrumental in the career of international Reggae star Gyptian. His patience and persistence paid off as he was afforded an opportunity to record his first professional single Rise From The Slum on the House Of Love label and he's never looked back since.
Fully immersed in the craft, Inoah first emerged on the scene in 2010 after entering a Pepsi Road Show competition and eventually defeating several talented contenders to claim the top spot which subsequently led to him making a debut performance at Rebel Salute the following year.
Currently under the guidance of Vertex, the Rastafarian crooner says it's his unique sound and style that distinguish him from other practitioners and this can be heard via his current singles Me And You for SLR Productions and the buzz-worthy Time produced by Vertex.
Inoah says aside from leaving a lasting impression he wants to make good music for the masses that will transcend time and geographical boundaries.