Touch wants to leave his mark
Hoping to leave an indelible mark on the entertainment industry, is up-and-coming artiste Touch. Born Rushawn Garcia from May Pen, Clarendon, he says his music is an inspiration to those who listen. "I'm inspired by artistes like Adonia,Vybz Kartel and Lil Wayne. I'm working very hard to be one of the next hot dancehall artistes both locally and internationally." Currently promoting his single Get Rich, produced by Ralston Simpson of Move Up Records, Touch believes this song is a reminder that everyone has a purpose in life. "I'm also promoting my clothing line called Bad Bone Clothing. I'm just trying to do music that everyone can enjoy and that everyone can relate to," Touch, 22, said.
To vote for Touch to be featured on SunCity Radio's World Premier Tuesdays on Oct 27, log on to The Jamaica Star's Facebook page and like his video: Get Rich. Voting ends Monday at 11 a.m.
Alto Roar hoping to be among the best
Up-and-coming dancehall artiste Alto Roar, is striving to become one of the greatest artistes ever. Now attending The University of The West Indies pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, the artiste, born Rodayne Wlliams, developed his love for music at an early age and is hoping that this will be his year to shine. "Whilst I have the knowledge and experience to pursue a career in other fields, music has always been my first choice. I have done some work with So Bad Music, who is responsible for the release of the single I am currently promoting called Walking Brinks Truck. The song has been receiving a lot of positive response in the streets," Alto Roar stated.
The supporting video can be seen on his YouTube channel. He has also released other singles including Top Gyallis, One Gyal and The Squeeze Tape which is a compilation of his songs. "I believe that with the lyrical content and creative mind that I posses I can make it in the music industry," he said.
To vote for Alto Roar to be featured on SunCity Radio's World Premier Tuesdays on Oct 27, log on to The Jamaica Star's Facebook page and like his video: Walking Brinks Truck. Voting ends Monday at 11 a.m.