Peyton Grae is ready to Go

Friday, January 26, 2018

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FO RMER member of ASK and Digicel Rising Stars finalist Peyton Grae is confident that her new single, titled Go , will open the doors to her emerging solo career.

Go was released last December via True Love Production.

“This is a very good song; the topic that it covers is something to which a lot of people can relate. It's telling women they don't have to stay in a relationship that's not working,” said Peyton.

The song's accompanying music video, which was directed by Keith Watkis, premiered on reggaeville.com recently.

“I'm happy about the response that the video is getting. It's very encouraging and I'm sure that as I continue to promote it, the response from the public will get even stronger,” she said.

She has big plans for her career this year.

“I'm going to release a lot of music this year; I plan to be very visible on the local music scene in 2018. It's my time to shine, and I am ready to take my career all the way to the top,” she said.

After two years with the group ASK, Peyton went solo in 2009. She has a degree in hospitality management which she received from Excelsior Community College in St Andrew.

— Kevin Jackson

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