Today we’re taking you back to the year 1987 with Recording Artist Lt. Stitchie! Here we feature his track “Great Ambition” which was produced by Jammy’s Records (King Jammy’s) on the “Kuff Riddim“. In the song, Stitchie speaks on being an ambitious young man while encouraging listeners to be ambitious, listing the goals he’d like to achieve including owning a home, and working to make all this possible. A key part of the single is his Dancehall remix of the 1956 American single, “Que Sera Sera” which was performed by Singer/Actress Doris Day.
“Great Ambition” was also featured on Stitchie’s 1987 debut album of the same name. This single, along with others led to Stitchie being a sought after Artist as he had a knack for adding humor to many of his singles, and secured him a place as one of the first Dancehall Artists to be signed to American Music Label, Atlantic Records. Stitchie went on to release more albums and singles over the years before converting to Christianity in the late 90’s and made his mark in the Gospel music scene.
Thank You Lt. Stitchie for this timeless classic!
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