Reggae Singer Jack Radics

Reggae Singer Jack Radics - Not seen or heard much from the talented dancehall reggae singer Mr. Jack Radics in recent times, but when Kevin Jackson from the Jamaica Observer and Excess publications bumped into him recently, he had quite a mouthful to say.

Reggae Singer Jack Radics

The singer explained that prior to making a name for him locally, he had already created a niche for himself among European Reggae music lovers.

"Even before I was recognized in Jamaica, I had a fan base in Europe. Many people think I come from England, that is not so, it’s just that my talent was always afforded more recognition in those countries."

On the local recording scene, he has been recording with choice producers including Barry O’Hare and Bobby Digital among a few others "not so famous", "If a producer has a good original rhythm, call me, I will come sing a song on it free.

We need to make better and new music. It’s been the same old stuff."

HE SHOULD BE PROMOTED IN HIS OWN COUNTRY AND LET HIM SEE HIS PEOPLE CARE FOR HIM!!! AS GENTLEMAN ONCE SAID IN HIS INTERVIEW..

"The same goes for Jack Radics. I think he's one of the most underrated artists in the world!.

He's working on an album now, when it will be released, it will rock the world! It's outstanding, everything is there: melody, voices, and lyrics.

He'll rides those riddims like a cowboy rides his horse."

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