Ajrenalin shows growth in St. Croix & St. Thomas and Heads To Miami
Emerging Dancehall star Keith Bolt better known as Ajrenalin on Thursday departed the island for a pair of shows in St. Croix and St. Thomas. During the Caribbean stints the ‘One Room’ singer showed maturity and growth, delivering well received sets with song such as ‘One Room’, ‘Hide’, the newly released ‘Touch’ featuring Chris Martin among several others from his growing catalogue.
A seemingly pleased Ajrenalin says he was very happy with his performance stating “it’s always gratifying when fans react to your music in a positive manner. They are the ones that drive me to continue despite how daunting things get sometimes.”
Returning to the island, the New League Music recording artiste wasted no time jetting off to Miami, Florida for the Memorial weekend. Aside from a plan performance Ajrenalin will be shooting the video for his soon-to-be-released single ‘Pon Di Floor’ produced by popular radio jock turn producer ZJ Bruce Lee.
Despite being released to the Jamaican public only weeks ago, the Mediterranean influenced Purple Touch Rhythm compilation is already gaining traction across several Caribbean territories including St. Lucia, Antigua, Martinique and Montserrat with Christopher Martin and Ajrenalin collaborative effort ‘Touch’ being touted as the breakout single based on radio play.
Other featured acts on the project include international Reggae singer Gyptian with ‘The Way You Love’, Munga Honourable’s - ‘Bring It Gi Mi’, ‘Snake Charmer’ by Future Fambo, Richie Loop’s - ‘You A Di Baddest’, completed by Stein and Hollowpoint ‘Bad Man Loving’ and ‘Enough Love’ respectively.
Meanwhile, the young deejay last week made headlines after releasing a venomous freestyle via ZJ Chrome radio show that harshly criticizes several members of the government and entertainment fraternity for their continued social ills.
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