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    Montego Bay-based recording artiste Rickey Teetz delivered the goods at Ink Up Reloaded last weekend. He gave an intense performance alongside Charly Blacks that energised his fans in Western Jamaica. He earned several forwards, kicking off his segment with 'Money We a Pree' before seguing into Rise Up, Dutty Badmind, and 1000 Block a day, a street anthem in Montego Bay.     
He closed his performance with a smooth R & B flavoured 'Girl I Wanna Know', a song that showed his versatility, and had the ladies in the audience screaming their approval.
"The crowd really responded well, and because of how well it went, I was instantly booked for another event by a promoter that was at the event," Ricky Teetz said. 
As his legend grows in Western Jamaica, the maturity and growth of Ricky Teetz is evident each time he steps on a stage, and the demand for his services are growing. He has been booked to appear on Pink Friday on July 6th at the Zinc Shack, and he has two shows, Blackout/UTI at Pier One in Montego Bay and Summer Swagger in Elizabeth on July 7th. Other bookings include Damhead Dancehall Queen on July 20th, Half Naked on July 22nd, and Shapes and Shades on July 29th.
In the past few months, Rickey Teetz has performed on the same stage with most of the big acts such has Bounty Killer, Wayne Marshall, Aidonia, and Konshens. Rickey Teetz have performed on major events such has Britjam Fantasy Island, Live on the Waterfront, Margaritaville's Clubville Relaunch, Jamfest, Wakesfield Jerkfest and several others. 
Teetz is a well-known party promoter, entrepreneur and father of two daughters. He finds balance between his creative life and the hectic demands of his personal and business commitments. 
"I find the time to put in continuous work in the music business and it is paying off in bookings now. I have a big fan base in the west. Many people ask how I can stay so focussed with dealing with the drama in my life, but God is always in my corner, I just channel all that energy into my music," he said.
Ricky Teetz' new single, Life Goes On, is already on regular radio rotation in Jamaica, Switzerland, parts of Africa and Panama. The single was produced by Inspired Music Concepts, while the fast-paced single 'So Wild' produced by Da Wiz Sniper is already generating a big buzz in Montego Bay.
Rickey Teetz' music is available for sale on Itunes, Amazon, Emusic and Napster worldwide.
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