Zyon-I begging for 'Change'
After finding the 'remedy' with a single of the same name with Nadine Sutherland, Zyon-I has been working towards building his fan base in Jamaica and is calling for Change.
The new single, produced by Wayne Thompson, Jason Welsh, Nicholas Drosopf and Kevon Webster, speaks to several socioeconomic challenges faced all over the world, how they all correlate, and the need for change.
Change, written by Zyon-I and his brother, Jason Getfield, has powerful lyrics and shows the versatility of the artiste.
Zyon-I said, "There are so many issues plaguing us as a nation, and what happens abroad will affect us a yaad, so I want to implore others to create change. While I am still establishing myself as an artiste, I feel obligated to use my platform to create a positive impact."
Zyon-I, who started in music at an early age, is now on the promotional trail receiving support from loyal fans, as well as local and international media outlets.
"I believe that local media and entertainers like myself have been calling for change for a long time now. This fight is one that is ongoing. We need to put a stop to crime and violence, hatred and discrimination, and just overall negativity," he said.