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Up-and-coming dancehall artiste Blingazz says dancehall and reggae music have provided a solid foundation for his future career objective. "I've always been drawn to music. Originally, I wanted to be a DJ and not an artiste.
Now that I have transitioned to being an artiste, I don't ever want to leave it. I was introduced to music by my father, who had a sound system. That's where my love for music was discovered," Blingazz said. He draws inspiration from his family, along with artistes such as Papa San, Spragga Benz, Bob Marley, and many others.
"I began honing my skills as a dancehall artiste in 2002. I am tremendously serious about my work and my sincerity is projected in my music. I have an original and signature sound." Currently promoting his single Party fi di Year, Blingazz is hoping this year will be his.
To vote for Blingazz to be featured on SunCity Radio's World Premier Tuesdays on November 24, log on to the Jamaica Star's Facebook page and like his video: Party fi di Year. Voting ends on Monday at 11 a.m.
Recording artiste Lady Genius describes herself as one of Jamaica's "most promising female reggae artistes". Known for her unique style, lyrical content and delivery, Lady Genius is determined to break through successfully in the industry.
"A performer, an entertainer and a lyricist are just a few words that best describe me. I'm promoting singles such as Hurt and Broken, Suitcase and Nah Stop Try. I also have accompanying music videos for Suitcase, Stay and Down to Ride. My aim is to target all age groups both locally and internationally," she said.
Lady Genius also recently collaborated with reggae veteran Anthony Malvo for the single, Hurt You.
To vote for Lady Genius to be featured on SunCity Radio's World Premier Tuesdays on November 24, log on to the Jamaica Star's Facebook page and like her video: Suitcase. Voting ends on Monday at 11 a.m.