Dancehall/Reggae Artists Kranium and Jahmiel have been staying busy these past few months. With the UK getting a dose of their sounds recently, it’s only right they stopped by the infamous Tim Westwood’s Capital XTRA Show. While they fired off a quick Interview, the party started when the Artists kicked off a Freestyle Session over popular Dancehall Riddims. How did they sound? Tune in to them dropping lyrics below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Recording Artist Jahmiel has been very consistent with the tunes in recent times. With hits under his belt, he’s working his way to becoming the MVP for 2016. Today, he premiered his visual for the “Where Were You / Great Man“. Directed by Mamaz Boiz Films, this visual comes in the form of a short film featuring Jahmiel, his friends, and of course a “Bad mind Producer“. From a scenario where he was rejected by said Producer to performing on Onstage to being interviewed, Jahmiel visually tells his story of his rise to stardom. A good concept here and this is only the sample of the greatness that’s to come from Jahmiel. Look out for his upcoming project with Quantanium Records. For now, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Recording Artist Jahmiel has been an Artist to watch for quite some time now. With singles that slowly crept to many playlists and mixes, he has gained respect from many in the Music fraternity and has become a fan favourite. With a few hits under his belt, he stopped by the Onstage set to reveal what else he has in store. Here the “Young Lion” spoke about his performance at Rebel Salute 2016 with Mavado, the success of his recent hits, touring including his UK Tour with Kranium, his upcoming project with Quantanium Records, and delivering positive music. He also premiered his video for “Where Were You?/Great Man“. An Artist whose career I’ve respected for a long time, glad to see him elevating. Check out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
In a world where disloyalty and evil deeds run rampant, Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor, Jahmiel and Konshens join forces to bring you “Evil Friend“. Produced by Di Genius, the three Artists speak on the evil that walk the earth and some come in the form of friends who want to see your downfall, warns to avoid the Pagans, and continue walking the path that Jah has shown you and protected you on. Three Artists, three verses, three different experiences, and one big tune that grasps you at first listen. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Recording Artist Jahmiel has been on a roll lately. With 2015 seeing “True Colours” and “Gain The World” as big moments in the Singer’s career, he recently premiered “Great Man“, “A Just Life“, and now “Hustler’s Prayer“. Produced by Zionnoiz Freeze Records, the Young Lion is on a “Get rich or die trying” mission while reasoning with Jah as he may have to commit some sins in his path to success. He also shows respect to the youths out there making things happen in their respect hustles. Jahmiel is a good yute Lord, we just ask you forgive him of his sins on his life’s journey. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
In life, sometimes you have to accept the fact that people will be people and today Jahmiel speaks on that in “A Just Life“. Produced by PayDay Music, the “Young Lion” shares his experiences on being there for friends and family and helping people out, only to be the victim of backstabbing and seeing the true colours of those he went out of his way for. He also shows that enemies aren’t the only people who will see your downfall. A song that will have you thinking and reevaluating a lot. Be sure to catch Jahmiel performing in a city near you! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.