Jay-5 Flow eyes buzz in Jamaica
His music video for Dancehall Macarena has received more than 1.2 million views, and several of his other videos have been viewed thousands of times. Yet singjay Jay-5 Flow is relatively unknown in the Jamaican entertainment circle. The entertainer has even been touring extensively in Central and South America throughout the past year, and one of his recent stops was in Belize last month.
"It was a mini-tour of Caye Caulker in Belize. The reception was really great, and the fans really took on to my new single called Lit. It was just a memorable experience," he said.
Produced by Minto Pierre and distributed by Zojack Worldwide, Jay-5 Flow says that Lit will have its listeners dancing and 'catching' a vibes within seconds.
"It is one of those dance songs that will set the mood for partying. It gives off that happy and energetic vibe," he said.
The California-based entertainer, whose given name is Omar Forsythe, said that he is in touch with the local dancehall scene, and very soon, he will become a household name in Jamaica.
"No matter how much we shine in other countries, it is always best to make our mark in the land of reggae and dancehall music. We all know that the Jamaican audience is the hardest to please, so whenever they are on your side, it is always a good thing," he said.
According to Jay-5 Flow, while he does not limit himself musically, his main focus is directed at the females.
"Once I get centrestage, the ladies go crazy. I am a prolific artiste, and the stage is my place. I am here to get my name in the musical scribes of Jamaica," he said.
In addition to Lit, the Jamaica-born artiste is known for other songs like One Chance, Whine Plus Whine, and Bounce Non-Stop.