Teacha Dee does it 'Rastafari Way'
Reggae singer Teacha Dee is confident that his latest single titled Rastafari Way will give him a foothold on the local music scene.
The song that was produced by Giddimani Records/House of Riddims on the Horn of Africa rhythm was released in August. Since then, it has enjoyed strong support from DJs worldwide.
Rastafari Way has also registered on various music charts including Beatport.com's Top 100 Reggae Chart.
"This song is doing well internationally, and I believe it has the potential to be a hit in Jamaica. Right now, my team is getting ready to put a massive promotional push behind it locally," said Teacha Dee.
Teacha Dee launched his recording career in 2005 with a song titled Life Goes On that was produced by the German-based record label Popow Records.
The song that was released under his birth name, Damion Warren, paved the way for what would turn out to be a very fruitful career in Europe.
After the release of his first single, the Westmoreland-born entertainer, who once worked as a teacher at the Glendevon Primary and Junior High School, took on the stage name Teacha Dee and has stuck with it ever since.
Teacha Dee did his first European tour in 2011. Since then, he has become one of the most sought after reggae acts on the continent.
"I'm very happy with the way my career has unfolded over the years. Since 2005, I've recorded for several top European labels, and I've also performed on some of the biggest festivals in Europe," he said.