Gold Face hopes for Better Days

Observer writer

Friday, September 21, 2018

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HOPE for a better life and finding ways of escaping a life of poverty has been a constant cry fro many. Trelawny-based dancehall deejay Gold Face uses this as inspiration for his latest single Better Days .

Better Days was produced by Run Road Entertainment.

The deejay believes the song's message is relatable.

“It's a song that many can relate to. Many ghetto youths are hoping for a change and that is the basis of Better Days,” Gold Face told the Jamaica Observer.

Two years ago, Gold Face (given name Ackeem Minto) decided to pursue a career in music. He is also upbeat about the success by rural acts including Teejay and Rygin King, who hail from western Jamaica.

“It has not being an easy journey. I have had a lot of ups and downs, but I try to stay focus and improve on my music career,” said Gold Face.

Asked what he brings to the table musically, he said: “I bring a different vibe, marvellous sound, and an orotund force”.

Aside from Better Days, the deejay is also promoting Auto Press, a song produced by Nine Slice Entertainment. Videos for both songs are expected to be released next month.

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