Maricia RaMed to go All Night Long

Saturday, February 16, 2019

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US- based reggae singer Maricia RaMed is generating a buzz with her single All Night Long .

“The buzz around the video has been incredible. My subscriber base is growing online and I am getting a lot of feedback from family and friends in Jamaica, plus I am gaining new followers on social media everyday,” she said.

She is embarking on a musical coup d' etat with the release of three albums: reggae-dancehall albums Adoration and Prosperity, as well as a dancehall pop album, PRr 59. The albums have been released and is available on all platforms.

She is promoting three singles off each album: All Night Long from PRr 59; Love Overdose from Adoration; and Empress RaMed from Prosperity.

She dubs the three sets RaMedStudiosProject 59.

“The significance of what RaMed Studios Project 59 is doing is bringing great music back,” she said.

Born in Troja district of St Catherine, Maricia RaMed attended Titchfield High School and was quite active in the Titchfield Chorale, which performed at the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission's festival events annually.

She also attended Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education.

She migrated to the USA in 2014.

“I do write most of my music; however, my manager PRr A RaMed writes as well. My brand of music can be described as love, fun and inspirational. My inspiration comes from many different things; sometimes it's a personal experience, current affairs, a track giving me a certain vibe, or the universe sending me a song,” she said.

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