I-Maric is ready to shine
United Kingdom-based dancehall artiste I-Maric is ready to make a big splash on the local music scene.
The talented singjay, who is also a professional referee in the English FA League, is confident that he has what it takes to go all the way to the top of the musical ladder.
I-Maric launched his recording career in 2007 with the release of a single titled Oh Mama, which was produced by veteran TV personality Suzie Q. Since then, he has recorded several other singles and performed on events in the United States, the UK, and Jamaica.
"I know I have the talent and the drive to make it big in the music business. I've been honing my skills for a very long time, and now I'm ready to take my career to the next level," said I-Maric.
I-Maric is currently promoting a thought-provoking single titled Who Feels It Knows.
The song, which was produced and released on his Poor People Production imprint, is the title track of his is debut EP, which was released earlier this year.
"Who Feels It Knows is a song people all over the world can relate to. It doesn't matter what colour you are or where you're from. We all face our struggles in life. It's all about survival," he said.
Born Phillip Dunkley, I-Maric grew up in the tough inner-city community of Payne Avenue in St Andrew. He migrated to live in the
UK in 1999, where he attended the South Chelsea College.