Real Boss hopes to inspire

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Real Boss hopes to inspire

Thursday, May 28, 2020

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WITH the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) taking its toll on several countries worldwide, singjay/producer Real Boss hopes to inspire with his latest single Watch Over Me .

“This song was natural. In the time of the coronavirus I said, 'What can we give to the people? Dem nuh want no gun song or anything violent so I decided to give them prayer. It's just natural,” Real Boss told the Jamaica Observer.

So far, Jamaica has recorded nine deaths and 564 cases of people testing positive for COVID-19.

Watch Over Me – co-produced by Waterhouse Records/Shotdem Entertainment/GxM Musix Group – was released on April 16.

Originally from Cassava Piece in St Andrew, Real Boss adopted his moniker a year ago and discarded Kryme Boss.

“The universe nah feel crime, them a feel love. Me meds the name change for about three to four years and it has been a great move,” he said.

He added, “This change in name matches the maturity of my music and approach as I continue to formulate my own credible identity within the dancehall space.”

Late last year he released the song Epican, which pays tribute to the virtues of marijuana.

As a producer Real Boss has worked with artistes including deejay Fully Bad ( Rise from the Ghetto), and he has written for Suga Roy ( Shanty Town featuring Busy Signal).

— KJ


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