Rasta British hoping to Touchdown

Monday, August 21, 2017

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Philadelphia-based singjay Rasta British is currently promoting his latest single titled Top of Things and Life Change.

Top of Things is a song that basically encourages its listeners to stay on top of their game or just be the best at whatever they do. Even when the road to success is hard, just strive for the best,” he told Jamaica Observer.

Life Change, he said, has resonated well with his fans and has been getting steady rotation on local airwaves.

“I really hope that both songs will take my career to another level. These two songs are also being used to promo my upcoming debut EP called Touchdown. Both singles were released in June and February, respectively, and produced by Versii Don Records.

Slated to be released later this month, the EP boasts with nine tracks.

Rasta British, given name Clive Somers, was born in Trelawny, but migrated to the United States at age 12. His interest for music sparked in his teens and as a member of his high school group called Mad Squad.

“We would party at school events and underground parties before parting ways. However, I continued a solo career after I graduated high school,” he said.

His other tracks include Run In Pon Who; Run Out; and Party, featuring Blinx.

— Simone Morgan-Lindo




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