New video buzzes for Prince Levy
Dancehall-reggae artiste Prince Levy is generating excellent rotation for his latest video, Real Good in Jamaica, which is getting spins on HYPE, RETV, CVM and Swagg TV.
The artiste hosted a video-release party on Saturday at the Pearl Lounge and Nightclub in California.
"The single is doing well on radio stations along the West Coast in the US, and a well-known selector, Gabe Pressure, who has a huge following and influence in the industry, will playing at the event," Prince Levy said.
Levy, who is based in California, has carved out a reputation stateside for his ability to create an eclectic fusion of dancehall, reggae and R&B. The artiste's ice cube clear sound is evident on breakout tracks such as All Night Long and Real Good, which have been bombing FM radio into submission in recent weeks.
The R&B-flavoured Real Good has been doing well on HITZ and ZIP, racking up dozens of spins per week, while the uptempo All Night Long has been widely received, as it has a decidedly dancehall flavour and a singalong hook. Both songs are co-produced by Jay Edge/Prince Levy Music.
Prince Levy has carved out a decent following along the West Coast, doing gigs at the Ocean Grove nightclub, the Sidelines nightclub and the Fusion nightclub in California towns.
Other songs to look out for are Wine and Blow Mi Mind and Lay Your Body Next to Me. He will be releasing an EP later this year. He can be contacted via Twitter @prince_levy.