Montego Bay based Recording Artist Dre Zee is focused on taking his brand to new levels this year, and beyond. The rising Artist has been showcasing his talents on various productions in the past few years, and has what it takes to become a household name locally, and abroad. A Chef by trade, he ensures that not only he can feed the mind with great music, but feed the body with tantalizing meals daily. His musical talents however, was put on in full view of the world recently at Reggae Sumfest 2022.
Held on “Festival Night 2” on July 23, Reggae Sumfest became Dre Zee’s platform to show everyone that he is the Artist they need to know. Dre Zee shared the stage with the likes of Shaneil Muir, Beres Hammond, Sizzla, Koffee, and many others, contributing to an unforgettable night. Running through a few of his singles, Dre Zee spoke about the ups and downs in life that he and many others experience, and secured his stance as one of the representatives for Dancehall music to a very receptive audience, including those who attended online. Though his set was brief, Dre Zee was impressive, and those in attendance showed approval with a series of cheers and comments throughout.
With a wave positive reviews shared on Social Media since his Reggae Sumfest debut, expect Dre Zee to capitalize throughout the rest of 2022 with a series of live performances, and new music. Dre Zee has a few years of experience as a Recording Artist, and is known for the singles “In My Head”, “Money Deh Yah Nuff”, “One Life”, “God’s Push”, and “Curfew”. He is currently finalizing singles for release, including a few with One McKinley Crescent Records (OMC), the label behind his “Curfew” single. Fans of the Artist who are in need of a tasty meal can find him in Montego Bay at “Dre Zee Kitchen”, and be served with some highly praised cuisine.