JoJo Mac rising in music
Fast-rising reggae artiste JoJo Mac is moving up the musical ladder.
The vivacious singer, whose music is currently enjoying world-wide airplay on top radio stations, including BBC 1Extra in England, has proven that she is here to stay.
"My career is growing beautifully, and I am moving forward with every project and every performance that I do," said the artiste.
Her recent appearance at the Sandovan Lounge in Washington, DC is proof that she will soon be a force to reckon with in the music industry.
Belting out original songs from her catalogue such as Living in Hell, Blazing and Dread Out Deh, she had the audience eating out of the palm of her hands. When she dropped one of her latest releases a song titled War, the place went wild.
The frenzy continued as she delved into covers like I Try, by Macy Gray; I Can See Clearly Now, by Johnny Nash; and Give Me One Reason, by Tracy Chapman.
"If I had to use one word to describe my performance in Washington, it would have to be awesome," said JoJo Mac.
She gave her all during her set and the people were very supportive, they showed her a lot of love," said her manager, Janice Binns of Forward Management Entertainment.
The Bad Singer Girl is currently in the studio working on a collaboration with Tashina McKenzie that is slated to be released soon. Insiders, including McKenzies's manager Delroy Benjamin and Jamaal Jarrett of Forward Management Entertainment, say it's a winner.