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Jahvinci drops 'OH WHY' single Featured

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Since leaving the Gaza camp, Jahvinci has dedicated himself totally to his craft, blossoming into an amazing songwriter. According to music insiders, he has voiced over eight songs, most of them with Ainsley 'Notnice' Morris since his much-publicised split from the Portmore Empire. YOU CAN LISTEN TO OH WHY at this link: http://www.box.net/shared/eshczl5yfok3n8pgvo83

The latest song, Oh Why, is a monster of song, with Jahvinci's high-pitched warble relating an emotional narrative that would melt the coldest of hearts. However, it is the bridge that makes this song such a gem, where he sings: "when I am down, Jah lifts me up, when I thirst, He fills my cup/ghetto yute nah give up, no way, say mi nah give up'.


"I will also be working with great producers like Donovan Germaine, Sly and Robbie, and I am getting riddims from a number of other producers, dancehall riddims as well as one drop riddims," he said.

He is already confirmed to perform at three shows in the UK in August, plus he has several Caribbean dates set for the month of July.

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