Prince Levy taps into Latin market
Reggae artiste Prince Levy has made his way into the Latin American market with his single, 'Sweet Selection'. The song is a collaboration with Banton, a well-known dancehall disc jock in Costa Rica.
"The song is doing well in Spanish-speaking markets in Central and South America, like Panama, Columbia and Costa Rica. We are also pushing Save Yourself that speaks to the pandemic of violence affecting the US, the Caribbean and the world at this time," Prince Levy said. "There are too many places where people die for almost no reason daily. We must make change happen."
The talented singjay will be performing at a club called Moe's Ally in the Bay Area in California on Sunday. He will also release the video for the dancehall single, All Night Long, which is co-produced by him and Jay Edge.
"I am also in the studio fine-tuning a number of tracks for my new album, Musical Messiah, which will be released in January," he said.
Levy 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 also carved out a decent following along the west coast, doing gigs at the Ocean Grove, Sidelines and the Fusion nightclubs in several California towns. Prince Levy will be embarking on an Asian tour in October that will have him performaning in Japan, China and Cambodia.
He can be followed via Twitter @prince_levy.