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RNB Eazi Sings ‘Sweet Jamaica’
by Tameka Chevannes/ZaZa ^
A young man with many talents RNB Eazi the singer, songwriter and producer who has been singing since age 14 and grew up in East New York and Brooklyn pays tribute to his heritage with “Sweet Jamaica” his new single which was just released on iTunes and has been creating a buzz on radio airwaves locally.
A viral video for the single has also been creating moves on popular cable channel Hype TV, where it premiered on VTX countdown and has since been doing well. The song speaks to Jamaica in all her glory “One Love -One Heart” and RNB Eazi’s love of his motherland.
RNB Eazi literally created his own unique sound by fusing Hip-Hop, Reggae and RnB to create flows and harmonies which make Sweet Jamaica something special. Also featured on the track is fellow Jamaican and family friend, Recording Artiste High Yaziyah. Stay tuned for more to come from this Talented Artiste.
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