NJAR seeing the Flowers

Saturday, February 24, 2018

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Virgin Islands-born rapper NJAR (Not Just Another Rapper) is banking on the remix of his latest single, See Flowers , featuring Demarco, for his breakout hit.

“The early response has been great. The love See Flowers has received from my core target demographic has been really amazing. I felt like they embraced the song from day one, automatically connecting to the lyrics. With the addition of Ishika Charles and Demarco on the remix I'm looking forward for an even bigger response from my supporters and all the new ones I hope to gain,” he said.

NJAR singled out the help and support he has received from Jamaicans living in the Virgin Islands as a major factor in the evolution of his craft.

“The Jamaican Community in the Virgin Islands has been a tremendous blessing for myself as an up-and-coming artiste/songwriter. The encouragement has helped overcome many challenges thus far in music, and at this stage I feel comfortable trying to make a splash in Jamaica with my music,” the Virgin Islands artiste said

NJAR is an independent artiste, as he is not signed to a major label.

“At this stage, I believe being an independent artiste/songwriter provides more options to take my career further than going the traditional route of signing to a label. Creative control is major for me and I want to be able to dictate the direction of my music,” NJAR said.

He has opened shows for regional and international artistes such as Peter Morgan, Melanie Fiona, Rock City, Pressure , Dexta Dapps, Popcaan and others. He has performed at high- profile events including the world-famous BVI Music Fest and Spring Fest. Next stop: Jamaica.

“I am looking forward to coming to Jamaica sometime in 2018 to promote my music; I am very excited,” he said.




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