River Man's 'Fly' inspires school
Reggae artiste River Man is all smiles as his career continues moving in an upward direction.
The Bull Bay, St Andrew-born entertainer is currently riding a wave of success with his breakthrough hit single, Fly.
The song, that was produced by Triple L Records, was released in June and since then, it has been getting heavy rotation on the local airwaves.
"Things are looking great for my career right now. Fly has opened up a lot of doors for me, both locally and abroad. I'm very happy and grateful for all the support that my song is receiving," said the artiste.
Fly was recently selected by the St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) as a motivational song for the school's 2016 daCosta Cup team.
"I was contacted by dub poet Richie Innocent; he's a former STETHS daCosta Cup player. He told me that he wanted to use the song to motivate the team. I gave him the go-ahead to use it, and now the song is being used as a motivational song for the entire school. I feel very honoured to know my song is making a positive impact on the youths," the artiste said.
River Man is currently working on a number of new projects, including a six-track EP titled Fly which is scheduled to be released before the end of the year.
"I'm recording a lot of new songs. Some of these songs will be featured on my upcoming EP. Some of them will also be released as singles," said River Man.