Digital Music Streaming platform Audiomack is still making its mark as one of the leading platforms for artists. With their various avenues that allow for new and original content, artists can showcase more of their talent for the world to experience. With the launch of their new “Bless The Yaad” series, Jamaica gets to display fresh talent, unique personalities, and diversity on a weekly basis. The series has seen a favorable growth since the launch, and they have a lot more in store. For their latest episode, Dancehall/Reggae artist Teejay steps up to the mic.
With TGUT providing the beat, Teejay shows viewers why he is known as the “Uptop Boss” as he delves into various flows and melodies, and put some “Mobay badness” on display. Born Timoy Jones and hailing from Montego Bay, St. James, Teejay has been steadily making his name for a number of years. His name started to make its rounds thanks to the 2015 single, “Real Hot” on the “Liquor Riddim” produced by Good Good Productions. His career saw a rapid rise in popularity however in 2018 thanks to his “Uptop Boss” single, and he has managed to find a few hits every year since including “Grimy”, “Wata Truck”, “Up Top”, and “Owna Lane”. With the upcoming album “Rags To Riches” becoming one of 2021’s highly anticipated releases, he eyes for a bigger global impact with his music, and a place as one of Jamaica’s Dancehall legends.
“Bless The Yaad” is the Caribbean version to the popular Audiomack series, “Bless The Booth”. The series is executive produced by Tanya Lawson, with audio by TGUT and Flaire, and video by Sage English. The series premieres every Wednesday with a new featured Artist, and is filmed at the Reggae Legends Villa in Kingston, Jamaica.
Teejay’s episode of Audiomack’s “Bless The Yaad” is now available for viewing. The episode and previous offerings are now featured on Audiomack’s official Youtube channel, with a new one premiering every Wednesday. Check out the episode below. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.