Reggae Artiste JAH ROOTI On The Rise With New Single
"Hush" is the name of the latest Jah Rooti single that everybody is talking about. It's already a favorite in the dancehall and reggae spaces around the world. The song is filled with melodies and a fusion of dancehall, soca, reggae, ragga, and pop to top it off.
The song is about a typical touring artiste, who seems not to be able, to spend enough quality times with the love of his life.
The tour is now over and after booking his ticket home, Hush is the comforter and the lyrics is the anchor to keep her interest.
The term "hush" is a solace used mainly in Jamaica, meaning - never mind or don't worry. Most people who are not from Jamaica often misinterpret this to mean - 'shut up', instead of something comforting, which it's really meant to be.
Credited with work by Damion "Keezy" Hewitt of Jkeez Records in St Elizabeth, Jamaica and distributed by New York based record label Roses ENT. This song is definitely carving its way to success. Jah Rooti is already basking on the success of his last 2 releases, where his mixtape "The Rootical King" broadened his horizon, grabbed a lot of fans and his single "Faithful" peaked at number 2 on the Soundcloud Reggae Top 50 charts and also was visible on a number of charts and playlist around the world.
With 2016 well on its way, the artiste is anticipating a heavy rotation on various radio stations in his native island Jamaica, he is determined to travel the streets of Jamaica to promote his brand and ensure he has a strong following there.
Jah Rooti, the rootical singer named by his parents as Keron Bernard is a conscious Singer from the Parish of St Elizabeth, Jamaica. St. Elizabeth is also the birthplace of many big Reggae stars, such as Maxi Preist, Jah Mason, Fanton Mojah, Protoje, Ginjah and the list goes on and on. Coming from a background of poverty, Jah Rooti found out early that it wouldn't be an easy life for him, and he made his move toward a recording career. Jah Rooti lives music and singing and is inspired by the love and rewards of the Art-form.
Luciano which has been one of the most influential artists for Jah Rooti, overheard him singing some years ago in his backyard. Jah Rooti was a neighbor of his and he went over to commend him on the rich talent he heard and encouraged him to move forward and press on, which he complies to with great determination. He made his mark on the Jamaican music scene by the age of 20 when he entered a Guinness Dj Competition and was one of the 10 finalists chosen from a huge amount of entries island-wide. The competition was never completed though due to a hurricane. That didn't stop Jah Rooti though from his trod, deep rooted with determination and perseverance.
He was spotted by the Manager/Producer of Seventh Trumpet Production, Jahmeake Smalling, and continued working on his music career. With all aims set on making quality and conscious music, Jah Rooti later hooked up with a number of producers and promoters which helped him to spotlight and forward his musical endeavors. He now has a number of tracks playing on rotation on radio stations worldwide.
In 2011 Jah Rooti took another huge step in his career as he enters the Dr. Christopher Tufton's (Member Of Parliament) Singjay competition. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILSDlw205sg His energetic performance and smooth vocals led him to win the competition with nothing but outstanding reviews coming his way. This is the year for Jah Rooti as he plans to take 2016 by storm.
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