Billboard Producer and Artist Ricky Blaze Kicks Off Spring with New Single "Mighty"
U.S.A, Jamaica (MPR Consulting) - Undoubtedly the key to his success comes from the fusion of his Jamaican Reggae and Dancehall roots meshed with the urban sounds of Hip Hop and R&B from the Brooklyn streets where acclaimed billboard producer Ricky Blaze made his name.
A triple threat, the producer, song writer and artist has achieved international recognition by his numerous hits. From productions for some of the biggest names in music of all genres, to himself as a renowned artist. As spring turns into summer, Ricky Blaze donned his artist hat and is ready and armed with an arsenal of hit bound music starting with his latest release "Mighty". The feel and vibe of "Mighty" encompasses all that Ricky is as an artist and producer in terms of rhythm "If you ask me to put Might in a genre category I just can't do that, it's just me, call it Blaze genre, Its just a heavy bass trap beat with some conscious lyrics just talking about reality and life". According to Ricky "Mighty" is just a teaser of what is to come for the summer.
For a limited time "Mighty" is available for free download, Click HERE
At only 22 years old, Brooklyn native Ricky Blaze has become one of the most innovative and successful producers in music. Over the past few years his classic Reggae & Pop hits have ignited the airwaves and kept dancefloors across the globe sizzling. While in his teens, Blaze crafted Ding Dong’s 2006 dancehall mega smash “Badman Forward, Badman Pull Up.” He gained worldwide recognition by producing Gyptian’s “Hold Yuh” which was the summer smash hit if 2010. For the past few years not only has Ricky continued his string of making hits for other with newcomer Chelley’s Billboard chart ascending “Took The Night,” but Blaze introduced himself as a artist with his affable ode to love “Just You And I.”
“Do you know how it feels, to wake up with someone that you love?” an impassioned Blaze sings in the song. “It feels so real, my angel was sent from above.”