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Look out for Evaflow

Monday, September 17, 2018

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Emerging recording artiste and producer Matthew “Evaflow” Elliott is doing all the things he hopes will keep him in the spotlight.

He released his first single The Anthem last year, and this past March put out his second release, a romantic single called Familiar Stranger featuring Sara Lugo and produced by Protoje and The DrumKeys.

Though fully immersed in his career for only a few months, he has managed to not only perform on a number of shows, but also had his music endorsed by the likes of internationally respected music media influencers like David Rodigan (BBC Radio) and Ebro Darden (Apple Music/Beats 1 radio), both of whom have played Familiar Stranger. Evaflow officially stepped onto the scene with his backing band, The Skystarters, in March of this year to strike off a series of shows, which he says have been very well received.

Fresh off a voluntary performance for patients at Kingston Public Hospital on Friday, he is preparing for upcoming shows, a new single release, and always remains ready and willing to give back to others.

At the Calabash Literary Festival's open mic in June, his high-energy, a cappella performance garnered rousing applause. The St Elizabeth native, who now resides in Kingston, named his band and company Skystarter according to his life philosophy — “The sky is the start rather than the limit and true to my beliefs, I am ready to do the work to prove it,” he said.

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