Jamari eyes stardom

BY HORACE HINES Observer West reporter

Thursday, August 15, 2013    

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FALMOUTH, Trelawny — Twenty-two-year-old Jamari, a budding Falmouth- based singjay has launched his mission to carve out a niche for himself in the international music market.

Currently, the young entertainer is working feverishly on establishing a platform in the local music industry from which he plans to catapult himself into international spotlight.

"I am now trying to capture enough fans in Jamaica so when I branch out I will have enough fans to push my songs to Billboard," the singjay who says he only writes" reality songs" told the Jamaica Observer West.

Recently, Jamari whose given name is Jamare Reid, shot a video to promote his latest single, titled M.O.N.E Why, which he says is enjoying good rotation on local radio stations.

He intents to follow up this tune with two more singles, Me Believe and One More Time ( Womankind), after which he will release Live Your Breath Away, a song penned with the international market in mind.

After experiencing several disappointments, including being snubbed by producers, Jamari's confidence to take his music to the world stage has been bolstered by his digestion of motivational materials he has been reading recently.

"In late 2012 since I read and start re-programme my mind, I have started to attract a different set of people around me and more opportunity start to come my way and things start happen", he explained.

He noted that over the years his friends in Falmouth, impressed with his singing and writing talent that he has been displaying, have been encouraging him to" go fully" in the music business.




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