Greatonee Ready for Big League with "Love & Hip Hop"

Greatonee Ready for Big League with Love & Hip Hop - US-based Dancehall Reggae artist Greatonee is gaining some real love for his latest single "Love & Hip Hop".

Greatonee Ready for Big League with Love & Hip HopGreatonee Ready for Big League with Love & Hip Hop

Greatonee released the official video for the Love & Hip Hop on November 7, 2019, via his official youtube channel "Greatonee Radio", the video and song has amassed over 40,000 views.

The self-produced single is already picked up by some DJs in the United States and its also on regular rotation in clubs and parties there.

Other tracks already released by Greatonee are:

  • Only If You Know
  • Powers Of Melody
  • Star The Show
  • Send Any Gyal
  • Them Fail
  • Body One Side
  • Welcome To Jamaica
  • Feel Powers
  • Teach You To Whine
  • Fear
  • Ashs Story featuring Darimayjah

Who Is Dancehall Reggae artist Greatonee?

Greatonee Ready for Big League with Love & Hip HopDancehall Reggae artiste Greatonee

Greatonee who is originally from Kingston, Jamaica, his love for the music started when he was about ten years old. But he took this seriously and started writing and recording his music from age 12 while attending the Ardenne High school.

In 2013 he committed that he would be one of the artists in the dancehall and reggae music field to look out for.

Greatonee managed to balanced school and the groundwork of a solo career by recording music in and around local studios whenever he got the chance.

 At Ardenne High, he copped six Caribbean Secondary Examination Council (CSEC) subjects and currently pursues a first degree in Media and Communication at the University of the West Indies, Mona Campus.

His music represents everything that society is afraid of and society represents everything that he is afraid of.

Now working with his sisters as managers, Greatonee is set and ready to build his empire

Return to Dancehall Reggae music homepage from Greatonee Ready for Big League page

Return to New Reggae artiste page from Dancehall artist Greatonee page


New! Comments

Have your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below.

Recommended for you...

New! Talk to me
Was the information helpful? Something needs changing? I welcome your feedback here.

Great Articles You Might Have Missed

Please send us your Feedback, News, Photos, Press Releases, Music and/or Videos to our WhatsApp Number: 1-876-395-8008 or Email:

Not what you are looking for? Search the web for more Dancehall Reggae music information below...

Also connect with on Social Media: 
Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Youtube

Thank You!

What's New?  
Click Here
to see the VERY latest articles and features.

Dancehall Reggae music promotions

Promote Your Song or Riddim with us FREE! Click here for more information.

Recent Article

  1. “Kelissa performs Anbessa World Mixtape for the first time this weekend“

    Dec 04, 19 08:21 PM

    This Saturday at Skyline Levels in Jacks Hill singer/songwriter Kelissa Mcdonald will be performing for the first time this year since the birth of her

    Read More

  2. Fearless Kid Delivers Reality Through Word, Sound and Power

    Dec 04, 19 07:58 PM

    A Life Crusader Through Music, Fearless Kid Delivers Reality Through Word, Sound and Power. Kingston, Jamaica (MPR Consulting) - He was born with music

    Read More

  3. What is the meaning of Bro Gad?

    Dec 01, 19 03:41 PM

    Bro Gad is a popular Jamaican dancehall street slang which was originated in 2018/2019 by upcoming dancehall artist Daddy1. Daddy1 released the official

    Read More

  4. Koffee Trending with "W" feat. Gunna

    Nov 30, 19 04:33 PM

    Roots Reggae singer Koffee hits 1.8 million views in just 3 days on the video for her single W featuring US rapper Gunna. Koffee who is still basking

    Read More

  5. Which Reggae artist Ruled the 1990s

    Nov 29, 19 12:11 PM

    Which Reggae artist Ruled the 1990s? This is another superb question asked by one of our valued visitors. If you were born in the 1960s, 70s or even the

    Read More

[?]Subscribe To This Site
  • follow us in feedly
  • Add to My Yahoo!