by Gideon warriorz
Jah wariyah artistic influencial reggae singer with his unique vocal and realistic writing skills .Born in Manchester jamaica, As a young child growing up in the streets of Westmoreland Jamaica….
Father in and out of correctional facilities and his Mom hardly there “Jah wariyah” had to play his cards right so he could maneuver his self out such deadly trap system, so for Jah wariyah it’s relative. In The end “Jah wariyah” preserved himself and with determination and optimism where he relocated to Kingston.
Wariyah’s career would begin to bloom to higher heights… just in the nick of time was Cutty Corn with “Lucky day” a hot rotating single in streets of Jam-dung ( nickname for jamaica). Jah wariyah’s introduction to Cutty corn by his friends saw him hitting heads with major industry players like Ras Gikes from Hall of Fame ,jahboot,doltan lee , Michael x & Kejo grips from Advance Recordz.
With the release of “Real Og” on the better life Riddim from Hall of fame Jah wariyah was in the Musical arena, The single receiving heavy rotation on ire fm,roots fm and the Portmore hit station Sun city 104 FM first introduced to Suncity by disc jock Crystal clear “Real OG” was the talk of the town… with fans calling from all over in support of the young singer.Jah wariyah currently release new single touch me girl which is on the UK reggae chart at number 17 and getting a high feedback from the European fanz. Jah wariyah says he wants to take the music from where bob Marley left off.
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