360Degree engineering career

Saturday, December 15, 2018

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Dancehall deejay 360Degree is big on self-improvement, the Kingston-born deejay, who is also a professional barber, in New York City recently graduated from Queensborough Community College with an associate of applied science degree (ASS) in mechanical engineering.

“This is a dream come through for me, I've always wanted to go to college and get my degree. It took a lot of hard work and dedication, I also had to put my music career on hold, but it was worth it,” said the artiste.

He has since enrolled in the bachelor's in mechanical engineering programme at New York City College.

360Degree is currently promoting his latest single Now, which features his protégé Krusha on the Success rhythm.

“Now that I have my degree, I can focus on the music again. I'm also producing music for other artistes as well. Now is the first song that I've recorded since 2014, and it's doing very well, I'm getting a lot of positive feedback about it,” he said.

Now was released on iTunes by Britlake Records on November 7.

360Degree is currently busy in the studio working on several new projects.

360Degree (real name Jerome Davis) grew up in Grassquit Glade in Cockburn Pen before moving to live in Seaview Gardens in 1993. Four years later he migrated to New York City.

He launched his recording career in 2007 with a song titled Gun Kill Every Day, which was inspired by the death of a brothers.

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