Recording artiste Spookie has been blazing the airwaves with his hit single ‘Hurt It Up’ which has lead to him booking several shows in the UK. With this, the artiste is now back in studio and is seeking several other hits. “I received a great response from ‘Hurt It Up’ so I have to keep focused on making my next single bigger and better than the ones before” shared Spookie; but like many successful artistes, he has also come under fire. Spookie shared that he deals with his struggles by talking about them in his music, adding that his new single ‘Cah Tek Mi Life’ acts as a reminder to stay “motivated” and “focused”. He projected that his fans have given good responses to the words of the song because of its “realness”. “I recently released the single Cah Tek Mi Life which speaks to some of the issues I’m presently facing” shared Spookie “when you are successful it is important for you to keep focused and remind yourself to be positive even when people are not for you or with you”.
‘Cah Tek Mi Life’ came about while Spookie and dancehall artiste Vershon were in studio in Jamaica. The ‘Cah Tek Mi Life’ artiste was born in the inner-city community of Tower Hill in Kingston. He surpassed the belief that youths from those communities are not progressive and has made a career out of music. ‘Cah Tek Mi Life’ was produced by Spookie’s record label, Braintear Music and is creating a buzz in the UK market and soon in Jamaica and the Caribbean. Since his success in the music industry, Spookie has performed on stages with Black Rhino in Birmingham, United Kingdom; Demarco Good book UK Tour; and the Gully Bop Show in the UK to name a few. Spookie is now ready to commence his promotional tour in Jamaica this summer.
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