Dancehall Reggae Recording artiste Redeem Official Biography
There are some artists that you just know after meeting for the first time that they are destined for greatness, Earl Morrison, publicly known as REDEEM is one such artist. Redeem is a lyrical power house who is committed to telling the hidden and ignored truths through his music.
Earl Morrison grew up with his grandmother in Spanish Town, St.
Catharine, while his six siblings were with his mom in Old Harbour St. Catharine on the island of Jamaica.
Unfortunately at age 10 his older brother died so he became the eldest. As a child Earl would see his mother singing as this was her only comfort when times were hard, her singing in addition to
songs by the great Robert Nesta Marley were his musical inspirations. Despite the difficulties he encountered as a youth, Earl still found time to get involved in musical happenings. One of which was competing in, and wining the after work jam at his former school, Tredegar All Age School, at the age of 12. He also recalls performing alongside Papa San and Lt. Stitchie with music provided by the infamous Fab Five Band when he was a child. Alas, in 1992 after recording a song dedicated to his mother, he was approached by some persons within the industry who he realized wanted to exploit him. This incident turned him off from the business of music which led him to go in a different direction.
He stepped away from music and got involved in law enforcement. In 2009 after going through a rough time Earl’s mother suggested that he returned to his music and it was in that year that REDEEM the artist came to life. He adopted the name REDEEM because he felt that he was getting back to himself. Since he reconnected with music, REDEEM has recorded several singles one of which was licensed by the government. Another was entered into the 2012 national festival song competition, but there again persons tried to exploit his talent. This time around he did not allow the experience to affect him negatively like it did when he was a boy. He has taken his career into his own hands by hiring a PR team, branding himself as a culture and conscious artist and has great plans for his future in music.
Persons can look forward to both new music and video from REDEEM. He will also be featured on some rhythm driven projects and compilations. Anyone wanting to work with REDEEM should contact Maria Jackson Entertainment at firstname.lastname@example.org / (876) 313-6319
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