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April 23, 2014
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Nowlege blows up Kansas with music


Kansas City in Missouri, United States of American, is not a well established hot spot for reggae and dancehall music. However, sinjay Nowlege, hopes to change this.

The artiste, relocated from Jamaica 10 years ago, plans to become the next big thing in reggae and dancehall in that part of the United States.

He is making strides on radio in Kansas City with songs including What Is Life, Reggae Music and Di Future, which features Red Square recording artiste Xyclone.

Nowlege explained what he is bringing to the musical game and projects he is working on.

"Nowlege is a dancehall and reggae artiste bringing a variety of different styles to the game. I can give you straight dancehall, and I can also give you some of the best roots reggae and rocksteady songs," he explained.

Born Jerome Foster, Nowlege is originally from Darliston, Westmoreland. After finishing studies at Bridgeport High school in Portmore, he recorded his first single, Tracks Man Anthem, in 2003. He later relocated to the USA.

He has performed on shows in and around the USA. Among the acts with whom he has shared stages with are Kip Rich, Turbulence, Capleton and Everton Blender.

He has a show in Kansas City which will feature Romain Virgo, Beenie Man and Tarrus Riley.

At 28, Nowlege is working on his EP which he expects to release by the end of summer.

Apart from a surprise major artiste who will be featured, he also has collaborations with Xyclone and Sudanese artiste Dynamiq.

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