Prince Levy drops 'Save Yourself'
Fresh off a successful stint on the popular 'Reggae on the River' show, US-based reggae artiste Prince Levy will be releasing his new single, 'Save Yourself', to capitalise on the rave reviews he earned at that mega show.
The single, a reggae track that showcases the young singer's ability to deliver 'conscious content', reflects the philosophies, beliefs and experiences of the oppressed all over the world.
"The song is geared towards Jamaica and other places across the world, like Africa and the Middle East, where people die for almost no reason daily. We must make change happen," he said.
The song is co-produced by Prince Levy Music and Jay Edge, and is now on regular rotation on Mello FM, Hitz FM and Irie FM.
Prince Levy is also experimenting with different sounds and he has been trying to tap into Spanish-speaking markets in Central and South America. "We are also looking to do a release of a single in Costa Rica called Sweet Selection. This is a collab with Banton, a well-known dancehall disc jock in Costa Rica," he 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.
He has carved out a decent following along the West Coast, doing gigs at the Ocean Grove nightsclub, the Sidelines nightclub, and the Fusion nightclub in several California towns.
He will be releasing an EP later this year and will be embarking on an Asian tour in October that will see performances in Japan, China and Cambodia.
He can be followed on Twitter @prince_levy.