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Jahwarri produces Pyramid Kingdom  

Friday, February 17, 2017    

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Singer Jahwarri makes his introduction as a producer on February 22 when he launches the Pyramid Kingdom compilation album.

The 13-song set has songs by established acts such as Mikey General, Junior Reid, Capleton, Sizzla, and Turbulence, as well as Burning Spectacular and Jah Thunder.

Jahwarri also appears on the song The Kingdom alongside Anthony B and Ikaya.


The Oakland, California-based artiste said he selected most of the project’s acts. Others heard the beat and wanted in.

“Turbulence jus’ hear it an’ love it, so him jus’ come in wid him song,” said Jahwarri.

My Everything is the name of Turbulence’s song. Capleton does Smile Today, while Sizzla contributes

Bless The Messiah.

The 43-year-old Jahwarri was born Cleve Minto and hails from Lottery, a district in St James. He began recording eight years ago with the song Riding Around, produced by Green Sphere out of Oakland.

Although he was weaned on the humorous lyrics of Stitchie, Papa San and Professor Nuts, Jah Warri took a different path once he became an artiste.

Pyramid Kingdom will be launched at Kingston 10 venue.

– Howard Campbell

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