Time on Alexx-A-Game’s side

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Thursday, November 17, 2016

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Singer Alexx-A-Game believes in patience and working hard to achieve one’s goals. That’s the subject of his latest single,
Only Time Will Tell, produced by Elite Generation Records.

"Only Time Will Tell is outlining the keys to remaining patient and grounded on the journey to success. It is also motivating go-getters to continue working hard and not be sidetracked or distracted by the gains of another, but stay in their own lane and believe in what they are doing," Alexx-A-Game explained.

From Woods Town, St Ann, he did a stint as lead singer of Di Blueprint band and was also affiliated with the Konshens-led Subkonshus label.

Among his previous songs are No Time Fi Bad Mind, We Goin Hard, A-Game Every Day and Rise Up Now.

Alexx-A-Game credits his rural roots for keeping him grounded.

"The real highlight of my career is and will always be the feeling I get when I go back to my hometown in St Ann. The love is real and true," he said. "No fake industry smiles and greetings; [just] people, family and friends who are rooting for me and proud to have me representing Wood’s Town and treat me like royalty, and I return the respect. I wouldn’t trade that love for anything else in the world."

– KJ

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