From Bath, Manchester, Jamaica……Introducing “Jahsign’’

From Bath, Manchester, Jamaica……Introducing “Jahsign’’ - Born to Clarista and Carlton Smith on March 18 1991 Conroy Smith aka Jahsign spend his formative years in the community of Bath, Manchester with his three sister and a brother; attending Devon All age School and later Christiana High School.

During high school Conroy aka Jahsign realized his dream as a vocal artist; he was very passionate about his talent and began writing several songs with his brother Carlos.

It was while in high school Jahsign recorded his first single “vanity’, which beamed in the community of Bethany Manchester and all his friends and family was thrilled by the effort ; has a member of the Mad Squad group he continue to produced reality singles and those of positive vibes.

From Bath, Manchester, Jamaica……Introducing “Jahsign’’From Bath, Manchester, Jamaica……Introducing “Jahsign’’

The group later broke apart and the remaining members rebrand the group Dainja link, producing their own rhythms for their singles and was a hit with the community of Mile Gully, Manchester.

Jahsign recalled that there were many struggles in his career but the commitment and passion he has for music kept him going…..with the attitude of perseverance he travel in and around Manchester voicing dubplates to assist himself financially. When he recorded “How Life Hard Suh Don” on the group’s rhythm Love Outside he was pretty confident that this single would bring him new fans and new projects. Presently he awaits the release of his new single ”Party All Nite” on the wesbnkkmuzik label .

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