Andi-Ites keeps it in the Family

Friday, November 10, 2017

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Just months after wrapping up several gigs in sections of South America, Rastafarian reggae artiste Andi-Ites is currently set to perform in the Tri-State area and its surroundings.

Speaking with the Jamaica Observer recently, the roots reggae artiste said he will also be using the opportunity to promote his latest single called Family.

Produced by Kushtentrecords, Andi-Ites said the track offers a positive message that he hopes will encourage love among people.

“It has to do with the protection of ourselves and loved ones. We need to always have the mindset of protecting each other, as it is needed now more than anything, because the world is full of confusion,” he said.

“I hope it will reach the ears of as much people as possible. I want them to be more motivated on being strong within themselves and stand firm for what is right and true,” he added.

Family is distributed by Zojack World Wide and released today.

Andi-Ites, given name Floyd Forrester, hails from May Pen, Clarendon. He said that a career in music was inevitable as he would often sing on his father's sound system.

In 1999 the singer got his musical break when he sang the hook on rapper Noyd B's Keep It Jumping. He then followed up with other singles including Jah Leads The Way and Lift Your Voice.

— Simone Morgan-Lindo

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