Prince Levy to drop debut EP in 2016
Dancehall-reggae artiste Prince Levy is wooing the ladies with an eclectic fusion of dancehall, reggae and R&B.
The artiste's clear sound is evident on breakout tracks such as All Night Long and Real Good which have been getting strong airplay on radio in recent weeks.
"My intellect is what sets my lyrics apart from the mediocre. I don't see any other artiste doing what I am doing, and will do, in this music industry. I am a musical prince ... the world will see that, but the ladies will both see and feel it because ah woman mi ting deh," the brash 28-year-old artiste said,
The R&B-flavoured Real Good has been doing well on Hitz and Zip FMs, racking up dozens of spins per week, while the uptempo All Night Long has dancehall flavour and a singalong hook. Both songs are co-produced by Jay Edge/Prince Levy Music.
"The feedback has been incredible so far, and I will be coming to Jamaica to shoot the videos for these two songs in 2016," he said.
Prince Levy will be releasing an EP, featuring these singles and showcasing his new sound, with a launch party in California in the spring of 2016. He has carved out a decent following along the West Coast, doing gigs at the Ocean Grove, Sidelines and Fusion nightclubs in several California towns.
Prince Levy has been on the music circuit since age eight. While at St George's College, he participated in several festival competitions organised by the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission. Prince Levy made his recording debut in 2011 with the song Completely. He later earned a bachelor of arts degree in linguistics and communication at the University of the West Indies.