Gevano takes it to the streets

Friday, October 27, 2017

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Ever since his feature on the remix of singer Romain Virgo's 2010 release Dark Skin Girl, singjay Gevano has continued to put in the work with the aim to launch his career in a big way.

His latest single In the Streets, which is scheduled to be released within the next few weeks, is already generating positive feedback.

“I'm getting a lot of positive feedback about this new track and it's not even officially released yet. It's getting a lot of love in the streets; most of the top selectors and DJs in Kingston are already playing it,” said Gevano.

Confident that it won't be long before he takes his place in the spotlight, Gevano is getting ready to unleash a promotional campaign for the new single. A multifaceted individual who is also a producer and a musician, Gevano has accelerated plans to release an eight-track EP early next year.

In the Streets will be released on the B.A.V.A. Production label.

The Ewarton, St Catherine-based artiste commented about his upcoming EP.

“I've been working on this project for a little while now I'm producing it myself. I've recorded most of the songs already; the only things left to do is the overdubs, mixing and mastering. It's going to be something special,” he said.

— Kevin Jackson




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