Unity needed, says RoZarro

Saturday, February 23, 2019

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DANCEHALL has been known for clashes among its artistes. However, a new generation of acts is looking to change that.

Singjay RoZarro has teamed up with deejays Malakii and Squash for his latest track ​6ix Out Deh. Released yesterday, 6ix Out Deh is produced by Deadline and Hights of Hights Records. It is now available on ​iTunes.

“If you look at the current culture in dancehall: a lone, one-man show. Every man deh to a corner by himself a do him thing; you don't really see artistes doing much collaborations. We come fi show them that there is strength in unity,” RoZarro, 26, told the Jamaica Observer.

According to RoZarro, the dancehall game is a of tug of war, as most acts are “unwilling to share the spotlight” .

RoZarro (given name Tivel Clarke) hails from Portland but relocated to Sandy Park in the Corporate Area. He got his break in 2011 when he recorded Get Gal Easy.

He landed his first collab with Squash last year on the single Dark World (Tuff Chin label).

“Right now Squash hot a road; him pretty much dominate the whole a last year. Him reach, and him a extend the rope in order to help the rest a man dem rise up. Pretty soon it will be my turn to do the same, and a that me want the man dem understand,” RoZarro added.

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