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Rohan Hardi Hard salutes mothers with ‘I’m Doing Fine’

The special bond that exists between a mother and her children are so special that it’s no wonder that musicians for generations have made it a point to honor their mothers in songs. Dancehall-reggae singer Rohan Hardi Hard knows how important that connection is and that is why he is pushing a new R & B influenced song dedicated to mothers dubbed ‘I’m Doing Fine’.

On the song, he reflects on the impact his mom has had on him throughout his life.

“This song is my tribute to my mom, my story, we don’t need Mother’s Day to remind us that moms are symbols of light in our lives but it’s always good to show appreciation, and reflect on the impact the moms in our lives have had on us, my mom is my hero, my first and biggest fan,” the artiste whose real name is Rohan Robinson, said.

Rohan Hardi Hard uses a joy-infused beat combined with heartfelt lyrics to express the true appreciation he holds for his mothers and by extension, all mothers.

“Without our moms, none of our successes in life would be possible. Most artistes know that our moms have been constant muses, either providing the foundation for a song or the first supporters of an artiste long before he or she would go on to make it,” he said.

The single was released on his own label, Hardi Rock Entertainment, via all digital platforms. Rohan Hardi Hard released a video for the project two weeks ago, generating 120,000 plus views in only three weeks.

He grew up in Lucky Valley in the Nain district, St Elizabeth where he attended Nain Arledge primary school and B.B Coke high school. He developed a love for music and at age 13, he began to attend stage shows under the mentorship of an older artiste. At age 15, he met his stepfather Delroy Melody.

“I started to follow him to the studio stage show and get more involved and my love and dedication to my craft started there,” he said.

He migrated to the USA when he was 19 years old and he continued to finetune his skills.

“After I arrived in New York, I started to do music on my own and started going to the studio to record my own songs. Whenever I return to Jamaica, I do the same,” he said.

Rohan Hardi Hard is also working on an EP which is co-produced by singer-musician Derek Barnett, who is signed to his Hardi Rock Entertainment label. Some of the songs on the EP include ‘Rude Boy’, and the uptempo ‘Flexing Hardi Hard’ featuring Richard Stephens.

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