Devon McKillop releases his first music single on the national scene

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Devon McKillop

Devon McKillop

Brand new reggae artist Devon Mckillop has emerged with his tantalizing new culture song “Tek It easy.”©


After years of preparation, local Reggae artist Devon Charles McKillop also known as Livingston (Livi) is finally ready to take center stage on the Reggae scene. Devon a captivating lyricist and powerful vocalist
have been on the scene for many years.

Devon has had the opportunity to participate in several performances in his community wowing the local folks with his strong melodious voice and his stage antics, now he is ready to take Jamaica by storm
with his new single “Tek it easy.”© “Tek it easy” is a simple culture song written by the man himself and the melodious rhythm, “out there”© was created by Yard Core productions.

Devon is confident that the unique combination of both sound and lyrics of “Tek it easy “will be well received by the Jamaican audience as well as reggae lovers all over the world. Devon has used the rudimentary things of Jamaican life and has created a beautiful song which all people can enjoy.

“Tek it easy” will be first aired on Friday January 11th 2013 on radio station “Styles FM” 96.1 and is available for listening by calling (876) and requesting the song . Styles FM (96.1) has also aired “Never
had to wake this morning” also written and sang by Devon McKillop.

For further information please call Ms. McKenzie (Publicist) (876) 471-2436.

You can also send your comments to foxmobile4u@aol.com

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