Jah-Lil: “Human Race”


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Reggae singer Jah-Lil this week released a new music video for the song "Human Race." The song explores some of the global problems the human race faces.

Jah-Lil borned Jerome Adrian Smith on November 1st 1990 in Kingston Jamaica, discovered his singing talent at the tender age of six as he sang along to songs being played on the radio. He later established himself as a rising star as he participated in morning devotions and concerts while at Rousseau Primary school.

In 2011 Jah-Lil met and teamed up with musician/producer Jon Williams of Almond Productions and produced, entered and won the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (J.C.D.C.) Gospel song competition. He also won three sectional prizes for best performance, best arranged song and best lyrics.

His unique vocal stylings later caught the ears of noted music producer Danny Brownie of Main Street Records who approached him and has recorded and released their first collaborative single in 2014 entitled "One Wrong One Right."

Jah-Lil currently spends most of his days in the studio working. Jah-Lil's goal in life is to become a voice to the voiceless and broken. His songs are about whatever he or others experience in life, whether it be good or bad as well as songs of love, inspiration, encouragement, hope and solutions.

Jah-Lil's role models are Kevin Downswell, Marcus Garvey, Mali Music and Bob Marley.

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