Jay Prince to release 'Fi Mama' video this week @direaljayprince @one876 @bounce876 Featured

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Live MB Music recording artiste Jay Prince is busy promoting his latest single, 'Fi Mama' in the streets. The song is a stirring tribute to mothers everywhere who too often in the society, are the sole breadwinners for their struggling families. 

"This is an important song for me, and I feel great that the response has been incredible so far, mi do an interview on RJR, and the people dem love it," Jay Prince said. 

He will be releasing a video, directed by Ramon Lindsay, for the project this week, as well as pushing the single in the streets. 

"We premiered the song in Kingston at Nipples Tuesday 
while a couple of selectors have been playing it in the rural areas. Sala Hype told me he dropped it in St. Elizabeth a few days ago, right after a big Octane song, and it wheel up about seven times," Jay Prince said.

The song is distributed by Hapilos 21st Digital Distribution.

The 21 year-old who once pushed a handcart to support himself in the hustling commercial district of downtown Kingston, first captivated the imagination of the public with 'Concrete Jungle'.

That song spoke of inhumane conditions of the inner city that has created a generation of bloody gun violence, broken families and shattered dreams. 

"I come to teach and revolutionize the youths mind, that is my main mission. I have been a victim of the system and who feels it, knows. I just want to be a voice for and to stand up for the youths," he said. 

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