Watch out for Fresh King

Friday, November 17, 2017

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FRESH King is ready to make his mark on the music scene currently riding a wave of popularity in Manchester, where he is based with his debut single Watch It Eno .

The track was done for Mandeville-based label Zionnoize Freeze Records.

Watch It Eno was well-received by the public,” the 20-year-old said.

Fresh King (given name Rohan Clearly) is from Seaview Gardens in Kingston. It was during his teenage years that he discovered music and began performing for his school mates. Encouraged by family and friends, he decided to pursue his musical aspirations.

“It has been extremely great so far — a little ups and downs, but I am enjoying it,” he shared. What separates him from the pack?

“I have a new style and image, creativity and most definitely the kind of music that will have the world talking about Fresh King constantly,” he told Jamaica Observer.

His current releases include Guh Hard featuring Mr Khool, Weh Yah Say and We Nuh Borrow.

His singles are freestyle lyrics. His other recordings include Brem My Boss (produced by K Swizz), Guh Hard (Brain Freeze Records), Choppa featuring Kahsion (World Bank Records), Clarkes Pon Foot, and Your Time Will Come featuring Wung.

“The sky is the limit at this very moment. I don't look at accomplishments in life because my journey in music and life don't have any limitations,” he added.

— Kevin Jackson




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