Singer J to release EP

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Friday, October 13, 2017

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Singer J is set to release his EP titled Can't Stop Me Now later this month. The project was executive-produced by Frenz For Real Productions.

Among the songs on the six-track EP are Can't Stop Me Now, Call Me (produced by Irie FM's Ainsworth 'Big A' Higgins), and Party (which Singer J produced).

“The fans can expect this EP later in October. I am looking forward to its release and we plan to step up the promotion behind it,” said Singer J.

He is still reeling from a hectic schedule over the summer when he delivered performances locally and across the United States. Among his gigs were dancehall artiste Charly Black's Trelawny Mi Come From stage show and Reggae Sumfest. His performances stateside included Baltimore, Bronx, New York, Jacksonville and Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Atlanta, Arizona and Texas.

His upcoming performances include Fort Lauderdale (November 11), South Carolina (November 12), Dallas, Texas (November 17), Connecticut (November 18), December 15 (Turks & Caicos), December 30 (United Kingdom), December 22 (St Elizabeth), December 9 (Orange Hill) and December 25 (GT Taylor's Christmas Extravaganza).

This weekend, Singer J will commence the video shoot for his most recent single Chosen. The video is to be directed by Nexx Jacobs.

Singer J performs on Saturday in St Thomas and on Monday, October 16 at Uptown Mondays anniversary.




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