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JEGZ hopes for Another Day

JEGZ hopes for Another Day

UP-AND-COMING reggae singer Jegz is hoping to get his musical break from his latest single Another Day.

Released in March, Jegz said the song the spreads a message of hope. “Another Day encourges the listeners not to throw in the towel, even though they are faced with struggles. Today may be hard, but one can never know what tomorrow holds,” he said.

Another Day is a single from the singer’s debut EP called Irie. Produced by Andrew Warren of Black 90 Records, that nine-track set consists of other tracks including Swag Sweet, Jah Shine D Light and Walk and Chat.

Jegz, 33, spent his early years in Rowe Town, Clarendon and attended Kellits High School in that parish. Like many other entertainers, Jegz began honing his skills by participation in the church choir.

In 2011, the entertainer inked a recording deal with Black 90 Records and released his debut single Me She Want the following year.

“My management team has been my pillar of stregth as they continue to encourage and nurture my musical vision. Not a lot of persons are willing to invest their time and finances into an upcoming act and they did just that,” he said.

Jegz, whose given name is Jeffery Campbell, said he knows that getting to the reggae forefront is no easy task but said he is determined to trod the path.

“My musical style is more of a lovers’ rock type. So far, the listeners are steadily gravitating towards my work. I know it is more than just making a hit song but about releasing songs with an inspirational message,” he said.


April 16th, 2015

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