Kaream Kharizma getting a buzz

Friday, November 16, 2018

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Singjay Kaream Kharizma is generating a buzz with his latest release Watch Ova Me.

Released six months ago and produced by Dakrome Production, the song has become a staple on dancehall mixtapes.

“The song is getting a lot of play from the streets, the radio, and the street selectors. Watch Over Me is a tune everybody can relate to it. It's like a prayer to start the day; all inna church it a play inna the gospel segment — it have universal appeal,” he said.

Show promoters have been responding to the incredible street buzz and have already began booking Kaream Kharizma for upcoming events.

“I am getting calls for shows overseas, but right now, for November and December, mi de pon several stage shows and year-to-year dances all over the island,” he said.

Another song, Pretty Little Indian, has found an audience among young female fans.

“I am dropping a video for Pretty Little Indian next month, so look out,” he said.

The St Catherine-born artiste, whose real name is Jeavoy Beharrie, voiced his first song in 2009. The song, Naah Mek No Man Kill Me, was recorded by Jr Brown from Viking Productions, but the song suffered from lack of promotion. To appease his parents, he went back to culinary school, where he completed two levels as a pastry chef in 2013. He returned to music two years later and he has not looked back since.

“Right now, mi just a put in the work, but mi naah too kill up we self still 'cause 2019 a my year,” he said.

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