Muss Buss feature
Gus Knight III aka X-Amount became passionate about music from an early age. Having studied production and engineering at the university level, he has been able enhance his musical talents, which allowed him to enhance his musical talents. X-Amount writes, produces, and engineers his music.
"I believe music chose me more than I chose music.
While most of my childhood peers played sports, I played music," he said. His latest single, Green Light, was inspired by some events in his life which motivated him to take his career and personal life to a higher level. X-Amount gets his inspiration from God. His faith provides a spiritual connection which transcends him to write songs about his personal life, social and political issues. He wants to connect with his fans, reaching their hearts and souls to inspire and bring hope.
To vote for X-amount to be featured on SunCity Radio's World Premier Tuesdays on November 3, log on to The Jamaica Star's Facebook page and like his video: Green Light. Voting ends on Monday at 11 a.m.
After a rapid growth of fans and supporters in the UK, Jamaican-born reggae/ dancehall artiste Mr Diamond birth name Patrick Taylor, is back home creating a buzz. Since January, he has released several singles, including Party Everyday, Come Over and This Time.
Diamond is promoting the video for his new track, Turn Me On, released just over a month ago. Mr Diamond has been making big strides on the music scene, and it wasn't long before one of Jamaica's most prominent recording artistes Busy Signal "stepped out" to the promising young entertainer, embracing him as part of the Turf Team. Mr Diamond write, his own material and produces and directs some of his songs and videos.
To vote for Mr Diamond to be featured on SunCity Radio's World Premier Tuesdays on November 3, log on to The Jamaica Star's Facebook page and like his video: Turn Me On. Voting ends on Monday at 11 a.m.