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Prince Levy blows up with 'Deep Feelings' Featured

Entertainment News Written by  PHLEXX Friday, 19 July 2013 08:35 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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The world of roots-rock reggae is buzzing with talk about a new singer dubbed Prince Levy by his peers. This s young singer’s authentic vocals sear the soul and captivate the imagination. Just listen to any of his hit singles, and you will hear the broad range of his musical palette from reggae, dancehall, soul, R &B and even ska. “I was exposed to a lot of different genres of music growing up and I have always been drawn to different artforms, I just try to listen to everything and that comes out in my music,” he said.
He hit the scene last October 2012 with the radio hit "Deep Feelings" that has been generating a lot of attention in Jamaica. The song takes aim at the island’s ailing economy which seems to fuel a gamut of social ills from poverty to crime to deprivation. “The Deep Feelings song has been strongly requested by radio audience all over, even the USA. The song premiered on DJ Roderick's daytime programme, "Push it or Drop it" where it got an amazing 13 pulls, during my interview,” he said. Prince Levy has another single, the beautifully produced " Take It Slow" which has been playing IRIE, RJR HITZ and Newstalk 96 FM. “I would like to big up Mama Elise, Kelly and DJ Amber), Suncity Fm, RJR, HITZ, NEWSTALK 96 Fm. I am also getting great feedback overseas from radio stations in the UK, France, Norway, Portugal, Bermuda...the career looks promising,” he said. Based on the feedback, he shot a video for Take It Slow which premiered on HYPE TV's Up n Live. The video has been in steady rotation on other cable stations and made it to an online chart (www.lyricsonline.com)where it peaked #1 for the week. He recently did collaborations with Lady G, ‘Do You Wanna’, a single produced by Earny Wilks, and a collabo, ‘Seduction’ with VoiceMail produced by Jay Edge. “The collaboration with Lady G is now getting steady rotation on all radio staions locally, the song has also been accepted by dancehall fans in Suriname. We will be shooting a video with Lady G later this month,” he said. Recently, Prince Levy delivered a splendid performance at South Beach Café, a great precursor to an epic performance by the legendary Grammy-winning band, Toots and the Maytals two months ago. The show also featured upcoming acts like C-Sharpe and a number of other good acts. He has received a few overtures for a couple of shows in Canada, and is in the process of seeking a work permit to perform in that country. Check out Prince Levy on Soundcloud, Reverbnation, Youtube, Facebook or on your FM dial.
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