Sweet life for Jsweet

After teaming up with Beenie Man three years ago on No Other Girl, recording artiste Jsweet landed a collaboration with Chronic Law that has gained him even more recognition.

"The link was made through a family friend and the connection was sealed from there. He loved the vibes and agreed to do the collaboration and it was pure magic," Jsweet told the Jamaica Observer.

Titled Life So Sweet, the Jsweet Music production was released on September 14.

The singer, whose given name is John Clarke, is a past student of Tarrant High School in Kingston.

He further said the song glorifies positivity, and fortunately for him, working with Chronic Law was a breeze.

"The song is about living life; life is sweet, you have some people that don't love and respect their lives but you only live once," the artiste explained.

Life So Sweet has gained over 6200 views on YouTube.

With positive feedback pouring in for the track, the singer has high expectations for its success going forward.

"My hope is that the song gets to a high level that people can hear and appreciate it. Life is sweet with or without things, 'cause at the end of the day, you have life," Jsweet said.

St Thomas native Chronic Law is one of the most popular new-age artistes with hits like Hillside, Hilltop Badness, Silence, and Leader.

Jsweet's new track is expected to set the tone for his future productions, which are currently in the pipeline. The singer is currently working on a new EP or album, details of which will be revealed in the near future.

— Kediesha Perry

Kediesha Perry

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