Prince Fabulous making a name
Prince Fabulous

AFTER over a decade in the music industry, recording artiste Prince Fabulous has learnt much about the challenges as well as a few formulas for success that he has applied to his career.

"The biggest lesson I learned from music is that I have to find wisdom after my mistakes," he told the Jamaica Observer.

Prince Fabulous [given name Ricardo Miller] added that he channels good vibes and positive energy into his releases, primarily focusing on dancehall and reggae sounds.

"The music I put out is meant to hit listeners in a good way; when they listen to my songs I want them to feel and understand the messages rather than just hear the music. The feedback to my music has been overwhelmingly great so far, people have been loving what I'm doing so that's what I will continue putting out there," the artiste added.

Over his career he has collaborated with some very talented acts such as Romain Virgo, who featured on his 2010 reggae rendition of The Temptations' hit song My Girl. One of his most recent releases is She Loves Me, which is a high-energy love song featuring Varel Anthony. His other past singles include Nuh Go Dung Deh featuring Guidance, Who Fool Dem, Big Links, and Nuh Weh Like Yard.

"My goal right now is to get my Prince Fabulous's brand out there so people can know who I am and tune in to what I've released and what's to come. I make music for people to enjoy and so my hope is for it to reach listeners all around the world," the singer added.

Prince Fabulous will be announcing new projects in the near future, which can be found along with his current releases on major digital platforms online.

"What's next for me is to keep making good, positive dancehall and reggae music and moving to different levels. There is a lot in the pipeline so please stay tuned," he stated.

Kediesha Perry

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