Sir Justice seeks breakthrough single
Up-and-coming dancehall artiste Wycliffe Brown, more popularly known as 'Sir Justice', believes he has found the song that will give him the boost he needs to start making a name for himself.
Ghetto Life Tuff is produced by Sir Just Movement. On the track, Sir Justice talks about the socio-economic challenges faced by the less fortunate.
He chronicles their daily struggles as they seek to navigate the hostile economic climate currently affecting Jamaica.
The artiste believes the track has what it takes to not only jump start his career, but also the power to positively impact young people.
"Anybody can write and sing songs, but not everyone can write a positive song that will impact and appeal to the youths especially. I want to see a better Jamaica and that is why I am using my talent to try and effect positive change," Sir Justice said. "As a recording artiste, I want to entertain people and inspire them, too. So I am very conscious of what I put out there. Ghetto Life Tuff is one of those songs that make you wonder about some of the choices we as poor people make."
Despite recording Ghetto Life Tuff two years ago, Sir Justice believes it's all about timing, hence its release in 2018.
Born in Kingston before relocating to Portland and eventually migrating to Florida, Sir Justice, now based in West Palm Beach, has been steadily honing his craft from his teenage years and believes the time is right for him to make his emergence on the local scene.
The deejay credits his father's community-based sound system Jah Brown as the platform where he first got introduced to music, as he would play the records and toast his own lyrics over the beats, to much appreciation from his peers.
As the years passed, his love for music grew and musical mentors such as Professor Nuts and Sizzla provided the stimulus he needed to take his craft seriously, with aspirations of cultivating a professional career.