Yeshwa inspires with God Inna Me

With the social media landscape saturated with songs glorifying guns, scamming, and the use of drugs, singer Yeshwa comes with a breath of fresh air.

His latest single is the inspiring God Inna Me.

The song which was released three weeks ago and is accompanied by a video that has so far racked up more than 345,000 views on YouTube.

Yeshwa is pleased with the response.

"God Inna Me a run weh like a train without brakes. The people love the feel-good vibe and the positive change in the music. I must take the time out to thank my team, the industry, and fans for the support. It is a good feeling to know that good music is still being appreciated," Yeshwa said in an interview with the Jamaica Observer.

The catchy and upbeat song has a feel-good vibe which, according to the artiste, is one of the reasons it is making the rounds online as well as enjoying rotation on local radio.

Born Ricardo McKenzie, Yeshwa describes his sound as a melting pot of reggae and Afrobeat which he developed over time. The Westmoreland native says music has always been his passion and as such it is a dream come true to be earning from his art.

"I do music from the heart to inspire people from all walks of life, and it is my dream to become a global star and, in the process, add to the rich musical legacy set by the likes of the great Bob Marley," he reasoned.

The response to the song has fast-tracked the completion of an EP that Yeshwa is working on with his team, Zen Nation, for release later this year.

Kevin Jackson

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