They call me VERSATILE

Tuesday, September 25, 2012    

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AT 25-years-old, Sheldon 'Versatile' Taylor, has 12 years under his belt in the Jamaican entertainment industry.

The guest artiste on the TEENage Observer Expression Tours told us of his beginnings as a student at Port Antonio and Titchfield High schools, to the artiste he is today.

Songs released by Versatile that have gained traction include Bank Inna Mi Pocket and Give Thanks for Life.

He has also done collaborative singles like Nah Eat with I-Octane, and I Love The Girls with Beenie Man.

As a young artiste, who has worked with such musical heavyweights, he says he is, "grateful for the collaborations, and loves the response" that his singles have been getting from the general public.

Versatile's artistic journey has also led to him currently being managed by Romeich, and has enabled him to travel and perform worldwide.

Find out how Versatile linked with Romeich, which artiste he considers his mentor and the industry's "greatest performer", and also his thoughts on the current music industry in our new, exclusive interview Press Record on the Jamaica Observer website or on YouTube.com/TEENageObserver.



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