Adonvi Says “Life Is What You Make It”

Recording artiste Adonvi steps out in the musical spotlight with the hit single “Life Is What You Make It”.

The lyrical stalwart entered the music realm back in 2015 and has been steadily making strides to further propel his career to the next level by constantly releasing quality music to fill the demand, this masterpiece is no exception.

Adonvi

“Life Is What You Make It” was released on February 20, 2017 and produced by Orville Matherson of YB Records. The single is available for purchase through digital mediums such as Itunes, Spotify, Juno downloads and Tubidy.

He explains that the single is very personal to him and was written from his own life experiences. “The song is about a rough patch I was going through, but I came to the realization that you have the power to control your own destiny, hence life is what you make it. I know everyone has had some point in their life when they felt that nothing is going their way, but you have the power to change that.”

So far the song has been receiving tremendous acclaim. An ecstatic he says, “The feedback we've been getting from the street is great. I spend a lot of time focusing on my hooks. I try to make people remember any song I sing or dj so I am extremely appreciative for the overwhelming support”.

The accompanying visual for “Life Is What You Make It” was shot here in Jamaica and can be seen on various television platforms and has garnered over 200 thousand views on YouTube so far.
He is also known for singles such as “Dallaz n Gyal”, “Big Money Type” and “Get it Done.”

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