Ras Zion ready to make mark Ras Zion

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Friday, August 11, 2017

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Singjay Ras Zion is ready to make his mark with his recently released EP titled Children of African Kings and Slaves (C.O.K.A.S.).

The EP, produced by No Landing Music, was released in June. It is available on all leading online music platforms including iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and Google Play.

Ras Zion is confident that the project will find favour with music lovers worldwide.

“The EP is getting a lot of support from DJs in the US, Europe, Costa Rica and Africa. It's a very good project and I believe it has the potential to do very well on the international music scene,” told Splash.

Ras Zion was born and raised in the Windward Road area of the Corporate Area, but migrated to the United States almost 20 years ago.

The seasoned campaigner made his recording debut in 2014 with the release of single titled Mama A The Best (No Landing Music/Kushface Records).

A year later, he scored success on the reggae charts in Kenya with Church Mouse, featuring Provice which went to number one.

“Church Mouse did very well for me in Kenya, it was number one on the reggae charts over there for several weeks. It was produced by a label over there called Big Vision Entertainment. Working with them has helped me to create a growing fan base in Africa,” said Ras Zion.




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