The universal Reggae/Dancehall Sinjay officially drops his first project and its a refreshing sound when compared to what we ear everyday, see the brand new 7 track EP cover and track listing below. Also stream tracks below…
- Party Time
- Colour Of Love
- No Pain
- Nail Mi Up
- Caribbean Girls
- Don’t Give Up
Listen: IBlack Lion – No Pain [Story Of A Dream EP] July 2016
Lsten: iBlack Lion – Party Time [Story Of A Dream EP] July 2016
READ more about iBlack Lion below…
He continued to perfect his performing skills by appearing on numerous concerts and stage shows in Kingston and St. James. He relocated to St. James and became one of the leading locals acts in the region appearing on all major events including Reggae Kwanza , All Schools Jam and Reggae Sunsplash. In 1995 Black Mice gave way to Black Lion as the St. James star found Rastafari through an intense spiritual journey which changed his life. Bouyed by his new found spiritual awakening Black Lion redirected himself to his music. His first recording as a Rastafarian was ’ Grow Your Locks’. He soon found a mentor in reggae legend Beres Hammond and spent the last couple of years under his guidance and recording for Hammond’s Harmony House Label also doing a duet with Hammond.
During this period he wowed the audiences at many concerts including Reggae Sumfest and had the distinction of appearing at the Festival seven times. Black lion’s first hit single ’ Push Lady push’ has recieved consistent airplay and critical acclaim. He performd gigs in Canada and made a lasting impression with his explosive performances. Another single which recieved heavy rotation on Irie Fm is ’Rasta Nah involve Inna No Robbery’ which was produced by Fabian Francis of Undeniable Records.
Black lion whose given name is Kenroy Williams see’s his music as a Universal message and not limited to his religious beliefs.”You can’t put your personal religious belief in every song” declared the singer. He wants to work with some friends in Hip Hop such as Outkast, TI, Busta Rhymes and Carl Thomas.”I love dancehall and it is great but one drop reggae is more universal and long lasting so I want to stick to that but I want to do some Crossover stuff to reach different and wider markets”. Black Lion cites Stevie Wonder , Black Uhuru and Reginal belle as his influences. A very skilled Kette drummer , he is currently working on his guitar skills and still writing new songs for his craft with explosive stage performances, the singer / songwriter / drummer is ready to make his mark.