Ricardo Singhh to make debut
Ricardo Singhh

ALTHOUGH he moved from Kingston to the United States years ago, dancehall artiste Ricardo Singhh has never forgotten his musical roots.

His passion for music developed from when he was a youngster, and it has continued into his adult life.

Currently promoting his latest single Paparazzi, Singhh is gearing up to release his debut album later this year.

"This album will feature 16 songs, it's a fusion of reggae, dancehall, and R&B. My production team and I are pulling out all the stops to make it a classic," said Singhh.

Paparazzi, which was released on September 4, was produced by Big Easy Productions.

"As part of our promotional strategy, we leaked the song to DJs a few weeks before it came out and it's already gaining traction in the streets. It's getting a lot of support from several DJs in Jamaica," said Singhh.

To further amp up the promotion of the song, Singhh plans to shoot a video.

"We're currently working on the treatment for the video. As soon as it's ready and approved, we will start scouting locations for the video shoot. All being well, we should have this video filmed and ready for release very soon."

Paparazzi and a follow-up single titled Tell Me are expected to be on Singhh's forthcoming album.

— Kevin Jackson

Kevin Jackson

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