J Artists

  • Jabez

    Jabez was born Clive Provost in Linstead, St. Catherine. He started singing at age ten, Jabez gave is heart to the Lord Jesus at the age of (21) twenty one. Ever since he has been singing Gospel Music. Jabez is a two time Youth for Christ winner and also a three time (J.C.D.C) Jamaica Cultural Development Commission festival finalist, where he won the best vocal and best composer award. He was awarded song of the year consecutively for the Caribbean American Music Award show held in the United State of America June 2008-2009. Presently he has completed three albums, which have sold over “Thirty Thousand Copies” both locally and oversees. Jabez latest album is doing very well, he has one of the most popular played gospel song entitled “Drinking From My Saucer ” out of Jamaica this year. Jabez can be best described as anointed and humble, Jabez has married for over eleven years to his beautiful wife Gillian , the union has produced two sons they are Rajaye 5 years old and Raheem 3 years old. For the past eight months Jabez has been busy touring several countries oversees where his music is highly appreciated and well received by many people. He recently came back from a tour in the United Kingdom, that tour for Jabez was a huge success, promoters have already booked him to return to the United Kingdom for shows as early as March 2010. “Jabez greatest joy is to see people giving their lives to the Lord Jesus Christ through his ministry” Church Status Jabez is a active member of the Bog Walk Power of Faith Ministries, where he currently serve as Praise and Worship leader and Evangelist. His Pastor name is Rev. Howard Grandison. Jabez was ordaine local and international Evangelist by his Bishop Dr. Delford Davis of the Power of Faith Ministries for over two years. The Power of Faith headquarters is located in Portmore ,St. Catherine Jamaica. Contact number 988-7638. PLEASE TAKE A LISTEN
  • Jackson Reed

    My name is Jackson REED '' CASSIDY '' I was born in the Northern Cape, in the city of Kimberley, South Africa . Born from the koisan Tribe . I am a musician, song writer, composer and producer, I also grew up in a musical back round and composed my first song at the age of 11 years old.

    In the late 70's and early 80's I recorded my first hit single ''Summer Love '' in 1984 and the second album in 1985, in 1986 EMI music released a compilation of seven smash disco hits VOl. 1 . In 1991 I released my third album ''SONDHELA'' 










  • Jah Defender

    Ricardo Mills from the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago is a singer-songwriter and performing artist who expresses the values of Jah and the Rastafarian culture in his original music. Jah defender is an amazing lyricist so you can catch him singing melodic songs or laying down insightful lyrics on top of a track.

    Mills began singing as a youth at 7 years old, but only casually amongst friends in school, and then began chanting reggae in secondary school at the age of 14. Ricardo’s mother had a huge influence on his musical taste, singing Patsy Cline, Whitney Houston, Lionel Richie and the hits of the 80's and 90's. Chanting Capleton, Sizzla, Anthony B, Luciano, Garnett Silk Norris Man and the reggae stars of the 90s, Jah Defender says, “It was part of me, I just loved the lyrics and flow of reggae, the rebel for a cause word sound enticed me.” He wrote his first song at 18 and began his musical career in 2004 under the name of Jah Fyah but later decided to change his name to Jah Defender. According to Mills, "Jah Defender" is more consistent with the profound mission he feels he is invested in. For the committed artist it is important to educate and raise awareness so that people carry on and do not forget their precious heritage.

    Jah Defender has shared the stage with many artists such as Morgan Heritage, Junior Reid and Chezidek, Maxi, Priest, Midnite and Super Cat, Jah Defender also did a duet with Chuck Fender on the title "I Love it so" in 2009,currently working on releasing another mighty collabaration with Pressure Busspipe and another with Fantan Mojah. Although Jah Defender is an independent artist his first album "Rastaman Rise" was entirely produced by the independent French label 7 Seals Records, which consists of fifteen tracks and released July 2013. The album was blessed with Tiwony signing on the title "Give Thanks."Look out for another album soon from the same label,also for Jah Defender to be coming to a city or town near you...Music is life!!!



  • Jah Eyes

    Featuring Abeng recording artist/producer Jah Eyes…… Starting off his career as a selector Jah Eyes quickly learned to play piano,bass and drums and moved on to writing,producing and performing Reggae music. After recording a handful of singles the debut album “The world we’re living in ” was recorded(2004) and Jah Eyes began to build a name performing up and down the east coast of the states . Based out of upstate NY the first band was pieced together , aptly named Jah Eyes and the family.With the collapse of the band due to a loss of a close friend and lead guitarist came a new beginning as a solo artist and producer. “Soldiers of the Trinity”(2005) was released independently and produced by Jah Eyes with an impressive ratio of classic tunes on the album setting the standard of his sound. After taking a break from traveling to raise his children and build a studio the “Survivors” were formed and took shape in 2010 recording new music and reworking some older tunes that were never released. In November, 2012 “Each Day” was released and Jah Eyes was nominated as “Best independent Reggae artist of 2012″ and received a warm welcome to the international scene as an artist who was earned his stripes. Now as we enter into 2014 Jah Eyes brings you “Ancient ways”…. an album that truly brings it back to the essence with collaborations from producers from around the world as well as productions from Jah Eyes himself.We thank you for your support and look forward to seeing you all at the show!
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  • Jah Fagan

    Jah fagan born lloyd fagan in september rule under the sign virgo. grew up in the white hall avenue area, attend swallow field all age school then unto trench town high school, town comprehensive high. I started singing at school concert then link up with King Challenger Sound where i started a d j career along side Caggy Weller and Kaya Morgan.

    My first recording was with Harry Jay studio where i did a song entitled Ricky ting after leaving school. i then went and work with Ministry of National SJecurity. I later link up Winston Riley [ now deceased] and did a song titled 'What a go down.' on his Technique label. that song did well in California. I later worked as a manager with Pizza Hut for couple years. i also did two songs namely ;'Troublesome Winsome and ''Calamity on the Steppa Label , these songs did well in England, All these achievements were in the eighties and early nineties. I later worked as a manager with Pizza Hut for couple years.

    Has time progressed i later linked up with Don T, Fargo vice from the fame You See Fargo and Boom Tony where we rehearse and enhance our musical skill. Fargo Vice then build a little pro tool studio in 2006 and there the big tunes Jah Jah save Me ,Giddeon Boot and others were voiced, Fargo Vice migrated to Florida and Don T took over with the Dream Team label along side engineers Hasani (Sniche) Williams and Kalfani. Songs like "Red again" A Who Them, Chant , Nubian Queen and others where penned and sung by me.

    Jah Fagan is a very humble person easy to work with very understanding,I love all genre of music with reggae my number one, I cannot and will not mention my influences too many to call there is so many great artist and great songs.I write songs that will lift up people out of the quagmire of despondency especially the poor and unfortunate ones.Music is the ultimate, the greatest medium that brings people of all nation together in love and harmony.

    Oceans of respect for all who is playing and promoting Jah fagan, nuff respect general culture stockade promotion radio and sister station ,motherland promotion and every one out there in reggae land.Peace Love and Unity father time Mother earth willing one love. Bless up Fragga Ranks brother for life also Boom to Tony.

    Jah Fagan is seeking a good management team to work with. 

    my contact number is 18763859247.
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  • Jah Niceness

    Jah NicenessJah Niceness is a gentle natural performer born in Clarendon Jamaica.He spends most of his time working in recording studios all around Kingston Jamaica. He brings a passionate voice with unique clarity back to the world of reggae music and with a message geared towards spreading his own positive vibration to audiances over the world.

    Jah Niceness stands to emerge as one of the genres benchmark artists.His foray into music began with inspiration from producer Norman (Milo) Douglas who discovered his talent at an early age and introduced him to several local studios in Kingston Jamaica including Youthman Promotion run by the late Sugar Minott.Today Jah Niceness enjoys a burgeoning career with 3 albums release, LOVER MAN, STRAIGHTEN UP and UPLIFTMENT TIME.









  • Jahmali

    Born Ryan Thomas in Clarendon, Jamaica  April 5, 1971, Jahmali relocated to Kingston as a young man to attend community college and went on to teach before he began his singing career under the name of Junior T.  Although he came of age in the dancehall era, trying his turn at the Sound System mic in the late 80's and early 90's, his music always retained the conscious, cultural feel of the previous generation and his sound prefigured the coming roots revival.  He sang for Prince (later King) Jammy and Xterminator's Fatis (Philip Burrell) before achieving success with "I Am On A Mission" and "Wake Up" for Donovan Germain's Penthouse label, "Victory" on the Wine Of Violence riddim for Barry O'Hare's X-Rated label and "Lightning Brimstone and Fire" for Bobby Digital's Digital BN (also released on Brick Wall).  He continued with a series of 7" singles including "Must Win" (John John, 1994), "Rock My Soul" (Fashion, 1996), "Left Nor Right" (Black Scorpio, 1998) and many more. A duet with Buju Banton was featured on the latter's Grammy-nominated Inna Heights in 1997.

    His first album, El Shaddai (Penthouse, 1998), gathered top singles like "21st Century", "Cry People" and "Real Issues"  with message tunes like "Dry Bones", "Politics" and the uncompromising title track. It was followed by Treasure Box (Brickwall, 2000) which was produced by Bobby Digital featured songs like "Never Let A Good Thing Go", "Be Not Afraid" and "Expect A Fight". He also shared a combination album with Yami Bolo called Forces of Nature Volume Two (Brickwall, 2002).  He toured extensively and continued to record with  45's including "Onward" for Barry O'Hare's X-Rated Records,  "Let Love This Time" (Gargamel, 2000), "Ghetto Youth" (Kickin, 2001), "Poor Man's Strength" (Fireball), "Face the Challenge” (Psalms, 2002), "Give Thanks and Praises" on Cali Bud, "Only Love" for Mikey Spice's Ingredience label, "On Our Guard" (Rootdown, 2004),  "Stop I Can't" on 1st Foundation, "Uttering Lips" (Arrows, 2005), "Be Conscious" on Lion Vibes and many others on diverse labels such as Flash, Jam Style, and Royal Soldiers.

    In 2014 Jahmali returns with his first full-length album in thirteen years, We I Open on the Reggaeland label.  Here you will find an artist whose youthful promise is fulfilled, his message matured and refined: a unique an engaging artist in his prime. With a sound and style as unique in all of reggae as it was when he first came on the scene, Jahmali is poised to carry the torch of a long line of classic reggae artists from Bob Marley and Dennis Brown through his contemporary Garnett Silk while bringing his own thoughtful and engaging perspective forward in this time


  • Jahmiel

    Born in Portmore, Jamaica, Jahmiel Foster recognized his passion for music at the tender age of 4. For as long as his family remembers, Jahmiel sang his own song making up his own lyrics. As his love for music grew, Jahmiel was inspired by legendary icon Bob Marley, Buju Banton, Junior and Sizzla Kalonji just to name a few. There was no doubt in his mind that music was his destiny, and after high school, Jahmiel dedicated his life to his passion. Through the introduction of his cousin (Pops), Jahmiel built a relationship with Jamie and Ahkeem Roberts of Young Vibez Production and as perseverance prevailed, he was later signed to Shocking Vibez under the management of Patrick Roberts in 2009-2013.

    Jahmiel career began blooming as he recorded and garnered hits with such labels as Young Vibez, T.J Records, Brit Jams, Dunwell Productions, Bashment Productions, Randy Rich Productions, Network Ent, Icon, Good Production Zum, Hemp Higher Productions, Bomb Rush Productions, Cashflow Records’, Miller 9 Records, Social Yaad Records, Jay Crazie Records, Black Spyda Records, Magnolia Music, Green Leaf Productions, Kevy B Records, NotNice Records, U.I.M Records, and Head Concussion Records.

    As of january 2014 he signed with Manager Davila and City Rock Entertainment. Since then he has been involved in charity and educational events such as in may 2014 he was a special guess of the former Prime minister at United Negro Improvement Association formed by Marcus Garvey with guess speaker was Jasmine Rand, Trayvon Martin’s Lawyer.

    As his versatility crosses-over between reggae, culture, international and dancehall, Jahmiel prides himself in writing his own lyrics bringing a positive vibe. The rising star can be heard ripping both the local and international airwaves and promises nothing but his all to both his fans and musical lovers worldwide. Currently “Real Father” and “Someday” produced by NotNice records which has reached various charts.

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  • Jahsmin Daley

    Singer, Songwriter and Performing Artist Jahsmin Daley is set to officially release her latest Reggae Single in January 2015, entitled "Contract," produced by Mountain Edge Music Productions, also referred to as MEMP. "Contract" is a well anticipated song, one that is said to speak to the truth, and awaken the conscience. Jahsmin has proclaimed "Contract is world news for everybody, written with aims to insight wisdom for removing the veil from our eyes, the bind from our mouths, developing a higher state of reasoning, and greater conscious awareness of life. It holds a message to the prominence of truth, laden with the message conveyed by Bob Marley in his prophetic song lyrics "who the cap fits, let them wear it."

    This Toronto area based songstress continues to make positive movements on the Reggae scene. Since her recent release of her previous single "Chasing Rainbows," which was also produced by MEMP, on a riddim’ inspired by Bob Marley’s "Babylon System, " music lovers and supporters have been inspired to greater spiritual awakening, ignited by her soulful voice and powerful lyrical content. With musical influences from multiple foundation artists within varying genres, such as Mahalia Jackson, Anita Baker, Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin, Tony Rebel, Bob Marley, Marcia Griffiths, Luciano, and Lauryn Hill, just to name a few. Jahsmin had the opportunity of working alongside one of her favored inspirational singers, the Legendary Queen of Reggae Marcia Griffiths, on a 2014 Tribute Showcase at Toronto, Harbor Front West Jet Stage. This melodic versatile singer released her first album ‘Beauty Never Fades Inside’ in 2008, which consists of eleven of Jahsmin’s original songs spanning genres such as Reggae, Dance, and R&B, produced by 5Rivers Entertainment Inc. Her second album ‘Jahsmin Daley Reggae Classics’ released in 2012, brings you sweet music vibes to rock, sway and groove you all day and night long, produced by MEMP. Jahsmin also released a heartfelt, Lover’s Rock single in 2013, a Mobs Production entitled "If You Don’t Love Me."

    Jahsmin Daley was recently honored with the ‘Top Female Recording Vocalist’ Award from the Uprising Youth in Progress, YIP Talent Awards Reggae Showcase 2014. Some of Jahsmin’s other accolades have included her very first award received, recognizing her as a ‘Reggae Singer’ from Reggae Xclusive Magazine’s Annual Award Showcase 2013, and honored with another recognition award for 2014, followed by ‘Top Female Vocalist’ Award, at the Uprising YIP Talent Awards Reggae Showcase 2013. Jahsmin also received nominations for the AIRM "President's Choice," 2012 Indie Reggae Artist of The Year and for ‘Best Caribbean Style Artist’ in the Annual Black Canadian Awards 2014.

    Jahsmin is currently working in studio to complete her third album. She will grace the stage at the Reggae Divas Showcase on April 11, 2015 at the popular Belleeny’s Lounge in Toronto, an event initiated for celebrating Women in Reggae Music, where you can expect to be moved by Jahsmin Daley’s vocals, passion and performance.                                                  

    Follow & #Connectwith Jahsmin Daley’s musical journey in video performances & more.          

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  • Janet Kay

    Janet Kay, was born Janet Kay Bogle (the first of 6 children) in London to Jamaican parents, Clifton and Monica Bogle. Janet is a descendant of the Jamaican National Hero the Rt Excellent Deacon Paul Bogle.

    As a sixties child, Janet was exposed to the singing greats, especially those from the Tamla Motown stable and as a result of the exposure and inspiration, Janet's love for singing was born.

    In 1977, whilst in Secretarial College, Janet was invited by her school friend Sonia Ferguson (who recorded a cover version of Smokey Robinson's 'Oh Baby Baby' in the late 70's) to a band rehearsal. Destiny saw to it that band member Tony Gad heard Janet singing in the rehearsal room. He was so impressed with the sweetness of Janet's voice that he introduced her to the reggae legend, the Late Great Alton Ellis.

    That meeting resulted in Janet recording a cover version of Minnie Ripperton's 'Loving You' (produced by Alton Ellis), which became a reggae smash hit spending many weeks at No. 1 in the reggae charts. 

    The following year, 1978, saw Janet record 2 more cover versions, 'I Do Love You' and 'That's What Friends Are For', again, both spending weeks at No. 1 in the reggae charts.

    In 1979, Janet made history by becoming the first British born black female to have a reggae song at the top of the British charts. The song 'Silly Games', (produced by Dennis Bovell) was a hit not only in the UK but also in Europe. Janet's history making has been recorded in the Music Guiness Book of Records.

    Janet's songwriting prowess became evident on the release of her first album 'Capricorn Woman'. The album was, and still is a best seller. All the songs except 2 were penned by Janet Kay.

    By now, Janet had become known as the 'Queen of Lover's Rock'. In that same year Janet was presented with the awards for Best 7" Vinyl Single, Best 12" Vinyl Single and Best Female Vocalist 1979 by Black Echoes Music Newspaper.

    Janet's voice was not exclusive to only reggae music and in the early 80's she also penned and sung the soulful 'Eternally Grateful' which became an underground hit.

    The early 80's also saw the collaboration between Janet and reggae legend the Late Jackie Mitto with the Randy Crawford classic, 'You Bring The Sun Out'.

    In 1980, after a chance meeting with actor/singer Victor Romero Evans, Janet was introduced to the theatre company 'Black Theatre Co-operative'. A successful audition saw the birth of Janet's theatrical career, in the play 'Mama Dragon' by Faroukh Dhondy's which toured England and Europe.

    Janet has since appeared in several films and has also made numerous TV appearances, theatre plays, (touring the UK and Europe) and radio plays.
    In 1981, Janet also starred in the 'Black Theatre Co-operative's' TV sitcom 'No Problem' (LWT/Channel 4), the first black TV show which was created and conceived by a black theatre company. The show became a cult classic.

    The late 80's saw Janet's collaboration with the singer/producer Lloyd Charmers with the cover album 'Sweet Surrender'.

    In 1990 Janet collaborated with Beats International (Norman Cook aka Fat Boy Slim) on their track Burundi Blues. Following this collaboration, Janet was invited to feature on Lindy Layton's version of Silly Games.

    In the early 90's Janet, along with fellow actresses Judith Jacob, Suzanne Packer, Suzette Llewellyn, Beverley Michaels, Josephine Melville and the Late Joanne Campbell formed the highly successful female theatre company the Bibi Crew. All the shows were written produced and directed by the Crew.

    In 1991, the album 'Sweet Surrender' was renamed 'Lovin' You, Best of Janet Kay', (which included a newly recorded version of 'Lovin' You'), and was released in Japan. The track 'Lovin' You' propelled Janet to stardom in Japan. Janet subsequently signed to Sony Music (Japan) from 1993 - 2003.

    Over the years Janet has collaborated with top producers, Drummie Zeb and Tony Gad (Aswad), Junior Giscombe ('Mama Used To Say'), Jeremy Meehan, Shinichi Osawa (Japan), Kodama & Gota (Japan), Omar and Sly and Robbie. Janet's has had 3 Platinum and Gold selling albums in Japan, 'Love You Always' selling over 400 thousand copies in its first year alone.

    Janet has also co-written and composed songs for a Japanese TV series entitled 'La Dolce Vita', alongside the renowned Japanese composer Taro Iwashiro.

    Janet has visited Japan at least once a year every year since 1990.

    In recent years Janet has visited Japan, performing at the exclusive Blue Note Night Club for 2 to 3 weeks at a time in Fukuoka, Osaka, Yokohama, Nagoya and Tokyo.

    In 2006/7 Janet returned to theatre, where she appeared as the Fairy Godmother in Hackney Empire's Pantomime, 'Cinderella', which the Evening Standard rated the best 'Panto of the season'.

    Janet works from time to time as a vocal coach for WAC a Performing Arts & Media College provides training in the arts for children and young people up to the age of twenty-five.

    Janet has recently recorded an EP with Jamaican producer Kemar 'Flava' McGregor, which was released on iTunes early 2012 entitled 'All Woman'.

    Janet has also just recorded 2 concept albums for Universal Music (Japan) and Ariola (Japan) to be released 2012.

    Janet's creativity is not exclusive to singing and drama, but extends to the dexterous world of Arts and Crafts where she is an accomplished Machine Knitter/Hand Knitter/Designer and Lacemaker and her works have been published in craft editorials. Janet has also embraced the digital revolution, becoming highly skilled in web and graphic design (enabling her to build her own website as well as others), music technology (enabling her to record her own vocals on her last album), as well as 3D logo animation and video editing. Janet has co-edited a short feature film by Clive Gandison ('Evergreen Man'), starring Victor Romero Evans, which was nominated for an award by the BFM.

    Janet has been voted one of Britain's Top 100 Black Britains by the Evening Standard and she has also been presented with many awards over the years including, Silver Disc for Silly Games, Best Female Singer, Best 7" Vinyl Single and Best 12" Vinyl Single (1979), Memorial Disc in Commemoration of 1 Platinum and 2 Gold albums in Japan, presented by Sony Music Japan (1994), Women of Merit by Darker than Blue in Association with Barclays (2002), Contribution to British Black Music Industry (2001) and Outstanding Contribution to British Reggae (2009) to name but a few...

    Janet is currently performing, alongside Carroll Thompson and Victor Romero Evans in their own show, the 'Lovers Rock Monologues' at present touring the UK.

    Janet's sweet, heart warming vocals has and continues to win her many friends and fans around the world. Her songs, 'Silly Games' and 'Lovin' You', reaching anthemic heights, on this side and the other side of the globe.

    May the sweetness of Janet's vocals continue to warm the hearts of each and everyone!


    Silver Disc – Silly Games (1979)

    Black Echoes, British Reggae Awards, Best Singer, Best 7” Vinyl Single, Best 12” Vinyl Single (1979)

    Memorial Disc in Commemoration of 1 Platinum and 2 Gold albums in Japan, presented by Sony Music Japan (1994)

    Contribution to British Black Music Industry (2001)
    Men & Women of Merit, in association with Barclays, Award for Outstanding Contribution to Black Music (2002)

    Hidden Creative Economy Awards (2010)

    PowerSis Women of Substance, UK & International Female Reggae Vocalist (2012)

    PowerSis Women of Substance, Best Lovers Rock Single ‘Silly Games’ (2012)
    Voted one of the UKs ‘100 Great Black Britons’ by the Evening Standard



  • JaSoul

    To become a force within the music industry, a house hold name not just locally but also internationally. We would like to make quality music that will have a lasting effect on people, songs that people will remember for years to come....

    The group started 6 years ago and have been growing in strength as time goes on.The group consist of 4 talented, fun loving young men who know when to be serious and how to get things done. Working our various 9 to 5’s has taught us the value of looking at the business side of music and taking it seriously (in regards to punctuality, dedication and putting in hours of hard work). Because of our various experiences and differences we are able to write a wide variety of songs from dancehall to reggae and from R&B to Hip Hop with some songs embracing more than one genre. Because of the fact that every member of the group writes, we now have a lot of songs ready and always writing more.

    We have further developed our skills by performing at local concerts and shows in and around Jamaica, Including all the major Hotels on the island. They also enjoy regular airplay of their material on the local and international scene stations. Their song Breathe’is currently number 1 on the Netherland based Reggae - Vibes.com.

    JaSoul performed on the 2011 Jazz and Blues festival. The group has also done shows in Ochi with Macka Diamond, Blackker, Monster Empire and in St. Elizabeth with Sizzla.



    A singer/songwriter. Rammi was born in a family filled with singers and musicians hence it was inevitable that he became an artist. He is very versatile and open minded. He became interested in writing when he realized it was a perfect way to express himself and since he was going through a stressing period putting his feelings on paper to him at the time it was a good way to get rid of stress.


    singer/songwriter who started singing from the age of 7 on his church Choir. Music and song writing is a passion for OLaw who sees himself collecting a Grammy in the near future. He is easily motivated, down to earth and the calmest member of the group. He describes his style as laid back and easy going. Olaw sees music as his escape from the struggles of this world.


    Songwriter/singer/rapper/producer. He is also qualified as a Personal computer Specialist. Merve Gatti started singing in High School as a member of a group and have fell in love with music ever since. Merve Gatti is hard working but fun loving and would be considered the clown of the group. He eats and breathes entertainment- “Everything about music and entertainment fascinates me”.


    Singer/songwriter/DJ who started singing in primary school. Dmeeko was born musically inclined and believes that music is the sound track of his life. He has a positive outlook on life and a captivating personality that is brought forward through his singing. He cites Stevie Wonder as one of his idols because: He is a great piano player and also one of the world’s finest vocalists. Dmeeko describes his style as simple but edgy.

    "In God we trust, through music we live, because life is music and music is life"


  • Jemynie

                                                 Jamaican Artist/Producer, Jemynie get serious!

    Jemynie, the Jamaican Reggae/Dancehall artist and producer who stepped out on the music scene a couple years ago with tracks like “fresh n bad” and “I love Jamaica” is now ready to take the industry by storm both as an artist and a producer . After encountering some setbacks with his management team Jemynie has sorted out all issues with his camp and is now serious about making and producing some solid Reggae and Dancehall projects.

    Being a man of action, Jemynie recently released the Own Zone Riddim on his label The Tech-Head Records. The rhythm driven project features himself, Karamanti and Jah Villani, and though it was released to DJs only a few weeks ago, it is already getting steady radio rotation in Jamaica. Karamanti’s song on the Own Zone Riddim entitled “bun Andrew & Portia” is on rotation on ZIP FM, FAME FM (two of Jamaica’s top radio stations) as well as others.









  • Jennifer Barrett

    My name is Jennifer Barrett an international singer i did my first recording in 1989 with new name recording Studio the song is entitle This World Is Filled With War. I then met Toots and the Maytals and did an album for him which was not release. After that i started touring with the Wailers, it was a very great experience for me, fortunately i met two producers from Switzerland there label is Addis Records. I did a few songs with them, namely,justice, world suffering, dont pressure me and Mr jacket and tie, which did very well in Europe.

    I then started touring into Europe it was a very exciting time for me to see the People loving me massively. I continue to work with producers from France and did a song currently entitled "Jah love is over all" and "All mine" with Romyk. These two songs are getting a lot of attention. I am happy that my name is arriving around the world at this time. I share love with my fans and continue to give them great music. My aim is to bring the world together to accept the power of Jah love and also to collect the Grammy awards. I tour Countries such as France, Brazil, New Zealand,Germany,Spain Norway,Italy, Canada and America.

    I hope to see you soon in the other parts of the world. I am your singer Jennifer Barrett from Jamaica one love one people one heart one music one Jah.






  • Jerry Saxman Johnson

    Jerry was born in Bronx, New York to a Jamaican father and a Barbadian mother.   Jerry’s interest in the saxophone began at the tender age of five on his first visit to the local barber shop, which was owned by his dad’s friend and SUGAR MINNOT’S trumpet playing uncle, LESTER MINNOT. Lester and his fellow musicians left a wonderfully strong impression on young Jerry; especially the saxophonist, CHUGHIE, who also played with THE DYNAMITES & THE STEPPING STONES.  Says Jerry “Even though I wasn’t thrilled about getting my first hair cut, (they gave me a lollipop to stop me from crying), I felt excited, because I knew I wanted to play the horn and jam just like them.”
    Ironically, Jerry didn’t actually begin playing until junior high school. He also took private lessons and played in his first Reggae band when he was 16. Jerry’s father had a Jamaican Night Club from the ‘60’s thru the ‘80’s. Even though the club underwent a few name changes throughout those decades,  JIPI JAPA, BLUE LAGOON, and PENTHOUSE, was where Jerry saw and met many musicians and singers such as THE  BLUES BUSTERS, LESTER STERLING of THE SKATALITES, THE WILD BUNCH f/t BUNNY RUGS of THIRD WORLD, PHYLLIS DILLON, BYRON LEE, DENROY MORGAN of the BLACK EAGLES (father of MORGAN HERITAGE), and many more.
    Jerry has performed on many world-wide tours such as REGGAE SUNSPLASH, STING, & JAPANSPLASH. His television appearances include the ARSENIO HALL SHOW with QUEEN LATIFAH, JAY LENO & CONAN O’BRIAN SHOWS with STEEL PULSE.  He also performed for PRESIDENT CLINTON’S INAUGURATION.






  • JoJo Mac

    JoJo Mac, beautiful and talented singer and songwriter, adds to the copious Talents, which hail from the parish of Clarendon in Jamaica West Indies. She has lived in the United States (U.S.) for most of her life, and can tackle any music genre; however, she will admit that she has never strayed from her reggae roots. In 2002, JoJo met the late Sir Clement “Coxone” Dodd, who was so impressed by her creativity and style that he recorded a song with her the very first day they met by way of introduction by Reggae veteran Ernest Wilson. She recorded 22 songs of which she wrote 20 in an eight month period. Two singles, “Good Girl Go Bad” an original, and a cover “Victim” originally done by Candi Staton, were released during the making of the impending album. Unfortunately, the album was never released due to Coxone’s passing.

    Determined to not let a setback keep her from pursuing her career in the music industry, back in the U.S., JoJo continued her pursuit by singing in nightclubs and opening for major acts in the reggae industry, capturing the attention of every audience she encounters leaving them gratified. JoJo has the tenacity to display versatility on any genre of rhythmic grooves and has a knack for being one with the beat. As a performer she is electricity personified and has a commanding way about her with an “in your face” delivery of her songs and songs from other artists. She never ceases to mesmerize her audience, small or large, garnering their full attention. JoJo Mac has shared stage with the likes of Beenie Man, Shabba Ranks, Marcia Griffiths and many more of the top Reggae Acts. She recently shared the stage with Cuba Gooden Sr. of the group Main Ingredient. She was recently the only Reggae act at the Philadelphia Latin Festival, an annual event.

    JoJo Mac is a brand and she wears many hats. She was the host of a cable television show, Reggae On The Move” in Washington DC, while at the same time writing for a Baltimore newspaper “Caribbean Connection,” giving advice to the lovelorn in a weekly column called “Issues of the Heart.” The Philadelphia resident is currently a news correspondent for several radio stations across the US and the United Kingdom. Her voice has also been used for voice-overs. Despite her many talents and experiences, she would be quick to point out that her first love is singing and performing. She is an avid songwriter who either wrote or co-wrote all of the songs for her Debut Album/CD “Superstar” released digitally in October 2011. The spin-off album titled “Superstar Reloaded” is her newest release. An official video for the track “Forget Him” was released followed by a video for the track “Girls Night Out Weekend Remix” along with a couple of hot reggae and dancehall tracks with Chaka Demus, of which one track takes the number three spot on her most recent album...I’m In Love with Chaka Demus went to Number One on the New York Foundation Reggae charts and Number 3 on The South Florida Reggae Chart. She was voted Top Female Artist of the Year for 2013 on The New York Foundation Reggae Charts as well…….JoJo Mac is definitely one to watch.




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  • Junie Ranks

    Born in the urban city capital of Kingston, Jamaica-West Indies, and grew up on the rural plains of Old Harbour, St. Catharine, June Evans a.k.a. Junie Ranks, the only female dee-jay with "Ranks" behind her name, not to be mistaken for Lady Junie. Many fans often think that they are one and the same but they are not. Lady Junie has now changed her name to Junie Platinum.  

    At a young age Junie Ranks fell head over heels in love with the dee-jaying fraternity of the reggae music industry and made constant strides to becoming better and better. Junie grew up listening to artists such as, Lady Ann, Sister Nancy, Jackie Statement, Sister Verna and Mama Liza.  Junie was definitely influenced by her predecessors, but became outstanding in creating her own unique style.  Junie Ranks began the unveiling of her unique musical talent when she came to grips with her true inner passion of monotone speeches and lyrical propensities and expressions. At a young age, she would gravitate towards the melodious sounds of dee-jay music insomuch that she would recall with candor the nights when she sneaked out of her home to perform at the community center youth club, "Afreak," where she was often greeted with thunderous applauses as she propounded a host of catchy lyrics to the instrumental rhythms that were being played.

    She quickly became a local sensation while dee-jaying on ET Sound System and on Technique Disco where she initially got her first big break. Junie's then road manager, Everton March, a.k.a "Fatta March," aided her in getting her first national exposure when he applied for her to enter the annual Taste's Talent Concert where she rocked the crowds of the many thousand who attended in 1984, as she performed, the audience responded with rapturous applause in confirmation of the musical impact she created.

    Junie's goal was that she be heard both locally and internationally, and, therefore went in pursuit of a suitable producer. At that time, there were three major music producers in the reggae/dancehall arena: Winston Riley, King Tubby's and King Jammy's.  She was introduced to Winston Riley who promptly tested her lyrical capabilities by asking her to rap a couple musical lines, to which she responded immediately with a hoard of lyrics from off the top of her head. She had impressed him with an unparallel display that on the same night he took her to the studio to record her first single, Counteraction on the stag-a-lag rhythm which did well overseas.  That set up another big deal which allowed her the opportunity to record the answer to Admiral Bailey's "Ge-Me-Punaany" with        Ge-Me-De Buddy.   She also answered Super Cat's "See Boops Deh" with Cry Fe Me Boops which made it to the number five spot on the local chart.

    Junie did other tracks such as Big and Ready, Dibby Dibby Man, Naw Stop Ge Bun, Sweetest Girl a combination with Wayne Wonder, Lick Out 'Gainst De Man Dem and Sea of Love featuring John Mouse which went to number one in Canada in 1990, and give her the Female D.J. of the Year title in that country. She did tracks like Entertainer Party, Dream of Me with Jimmy London and the list goes on.

      This prolific artist, time and again has distinguished herself by her continued display of proficiency and lyrical aptitude by chanting on sound systems like:  Lee's Unlimited, Stone Love Sound, Super Rock, Metro Media, Gemini, Killamanjaro, Black Scorpio, King Atarus and Body Guard to name a few.  

    Junie Ranks has had the distinction of performing with the best in the business such as: Maxi Priest, Bunny Wailer, Chaka Demus, Ninja Man, Freddie McGregor, Lady Patra, Judy Mowaat, Shabba Ranks Super Cat, Rita Marley, Junior Reid, Yellow Man, Beenie Man and many more. She also performed on Sting, Sun Splash, Sun Fest, Champion in Action and Beach Bash among many other appearances. Junie was the first female dee-jay to call a man on stage to show them what her waistline was made of and often demonstrated that she was the Dee Jay Dance Champion. Her music has most definitely circulated the globe and has impacted fans everywhere.  While her music has taken her around the world, it has made unprecedented imprints in countries, many states in the USA, England, Barbados, Grenada, Bermuda and Antigua among other important places. Currently affiliated with DASK Entertainment, Junie is working on some new materials for her upcoming album.  Look out for her latest musical repertoire, which will be in stores in the 2011.  Junie Ranks sends salutations to all her fans, especially internationally, whom she thanks for their years of faithful support.  She looks forward to performing for them again.  

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  • Junior Culture

    Junior Culture was born Jermaine Vassell on August 13, 1980 in the fiery Jones Town, in Kingston, Jamaica. Music sparked an interest in him from the age of seven years old, when he performed during a festival at his junior high. The experience lit a fire in him, which continue to burn into his early teens. The decision to pursue music, especially Reggae Music, was stamped on his heart, in his psyche, and on his tongue. He was encouraged by his Aunt to write his first song called ‘A fi tek a look’ recorded at King Bully’s Recording Studio in Spanish Town.

    His first single was recorded at Omega Music called ‘Pretty Dunce’ which received air play and endorsements.
    He had the opportunity to work with several producers within the island, belting out tunes such as ‘None a dem a nuh wi fren’ with established producer Richie Flex of Nocturnal Records and Camanchie

    He won the hearts of many fans in Europe during an extensive tour during 2010 -2011. He visited countries such as Belgium, France, Germany, Spain and Sweden, spreading the message of love, faith and happiness through his music. It was during that time he met producers such as Marco Evangelista of Goldcup Records in Italy, producing and writing his upcoming album, ‘Heights of Great Men – scheduled to be released soon. He describes himself as self taught and motivated; and he is poised to take the music as far as Bob Marley did. His music is vibrant, different and highlights the culture and spirit of the Jamaican experience. His music is marketed within social medial such as Facebook, Youtube. On his return to Jamaica he wrote many songs and has three albums to his credit.

    ‘Heights of Great Men’ produced by Goldcup label in Italy, ‘Goodness and Mercy’, that includes his hot single ‘Loving you’. While the struggles are hard, he has persevered and willing to go that much farther.


  • Junior Garrison

    “Success is only the beginning” written on the wall of his bedroom serves as a reminder for Junior Garrison that is journey in music is one without limits. At an early age Junior Garrison displayed a unique interest in music, which is of course natural for the son of a musician and great recording artiste of the early ‘90s General Pecos who is popularly known for his controversial song ‘body workshop’.

    It was after leaving high school and being exposed to Fruity Loops music software Junior Garrison realized he had an innate talent to produce musical beats. His talent to write and perform music followed surely as night follows day. Born Lloyd Anderson in March 1990, Junior Garrison grew up in a volatile community downtown where music was an escape route and his means of expressing how he saw the world and how great he believed he could be. He had adopted the name garrison as his stage name to remind himself and others of where he is coming from meanwhile he proves just how far one can go.

    His unique and exceptional style in dancehall and reggae music is greatly influenced by his upbringing listening to the likes of Alton Ellis, Percy Sledge, Berris Hammond, Michael Jackson, Donnie Hathaway, only to name a few. A prodigy is most likely what he is, making strides to greater success in music with already working with some of the biggest names in the industry such as Sizzla kalonji, Jah snow cone, T.O.K., Cecile, Khago, Mr. Vegas, Anthony B, Steven Stanley and the list goes on. A true hit among his peers destined to create hits for his ever-growing number of fans. Junior Garrison is surely to be a leader at the fore front of the industry taking truly authentic Jamaican music to corners of the world where our music has never ventured before.

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