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Messieh calls for unity
UK-based reggae artiste Messieh has added his voice to the growing cry for peace.
The entertainer, whose given name is Sanjay Thomas, hails from Mount Salem in Montego Bay. He is currently promoting a single titled Unity in the Community.
"I'm perturbed about what's happening in Montego Bay and other areas in Jamaica. My song is a call for peace. we need to bring back the unity in our communities," he said.
Mount Salem was the first community to be declared a zone of special operations under a new crime-fighting initiative launched by the Jamaican government last year.
Tauro C upbeat about new single
Dancehall artiste Tauro C is currently promoting a new single titled Body Want.
The Kingston-born singjay, who resides in London, believes the song has the potential to be a huge hit both locally and internationally.
He is also working on several upcoming projects with his management team Daley Works Entertainment and Buzzwak Records.
"I'm recording a lot of new songs; I plan to put out a lot of singles throughout the year. I'm also recording tracks for an EP and an album," said Tauro C, whose given name is Miguel Hamilton.
He launched his recording career seven years ago with a single titled Ride or Die.
Visionary shoots new video
Reggae artiste Visionary has taken a break from touring overseas to launch the visual for his track Stop.
The video was filmed in the heart of Kingston and was conceptualised by Susan Smith and Raynor Allen.
"I want people to adhere to the message, make changes, and just do the right thing," he said.
Visionary is a singer, songwriter, author, and musician. With his roots in gospel and R&B music, he has spent the last decade working on conscious music that will resonate with the masses.
Dabbling in different music styles such as reggae and lover's rock, he has released hits such as Look To The Hills, Brace Yourself, Culprit, and It's You.