Dancehall reggae singer Hezron
Reggae singer Hezron Clarke popular known as Hezron.
Hezron was born in the community of Moy Hall, St. James, Jamaica. He too like most reggae singers started singing in his local church choir.
He is often compared to the likes of Mikey Spice, Beres Hammond
and Luther Vandross, because of his raspy sound and thrilling lyrics. The reggae singer has also been referred to as “the “perfect package” because of his awesome physique, good looks, and breathtaking voice.
He nurtured this talent with the support of family and friends and has become a gifted poet, artist, song writer and producer.
Formerly an R&B singer, who lived in the United States for over a decade, and who has worked with the likes of Tommy Matola of Sony Records as well as Def Jam Records, He decided to return to Jamaica and to his first love, reggae music.
Hezron has been melting hearts with his smashing, number one, hit single “So In Love”. The lovers’ rock song conveys the age-old domestic demand from women for more time.
Hezron has been locking the stage show circuit in Jamaica, delivering refreshing performances at Reggae Sumfest in July 2009 then made his presence felt at the ‘A St. Mary Mi Come From’ staging in August 2009 before serenading the contestants of the Miss Jamaica World 2009 Pageant and his dynamic performance at Rebel Salute 2010.
2011 was also another successful year for this talented singer. He top local and international charts with his single "Forever and Always".see video for Forever and always here..Get lyrics to Forever and Always here
The singer is working on an album to be released in late 2011. Expected to make the track list is a Shaggy collaboration called ‘Two Places’ which is already a favourite on primetime radio.
After the album, Hezron is determined to continue making good music for his fans. “It’s about writing good music and giving my fans the best I have to offer,” He said.
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