Jamaica (MPR Consulting) – Although the young artist has been on the musical scene for several years, 2014 has revived and redefined Jahmiel’s career in many facets. Jahmiel’s slew of hit singles and videos have topped the various international charts, various performances at UWI College Show, Lime 5th annual Skool Aid and to top off the year a slated performance at the renowned Reggae Sting 2014.
Humbled by the honor of taking the prestigious stage, Jahmiel will perform a medley of his hit singles such as “Cut Dem Off”, “Real Father” and “Struggles”. “This is actually my second time performing at sting, but for me its always a pleasure. I’ve been going to sting from the late 1990’s as a kid with my dad aka Real Father. Now is the time for me to be on that same platform I’ve seen some great acts on that I respect. Give Jah thanks, this is jus another thought becoming reality.” stated the young star.
This year’s staging of Magnum Sting will see a full-blown reggae show. On December 26, Jamworld, St Catherine, will host not one, but two major festivals: reggae and dancehall – featuring today’s giants of reggae and top dancehall acts, so patrons will get two shows with one ticket.
No rest for the weary as Jahmiel kicks off the new year with a performance at “The Return of Drewsland Jamboree” on January 2nd alongside international reggae star Sizzla, Aidonia, Ninja Man and the release of his anticipated video for his Notnice Records produced hit “Struggles”. Filmed on location in Jamaica the video was directed by Ricardo Williams and Lila Anderson.
Magnum Sting’s stage opens at 8 p.m. with emerging artistes, and the roots rocking reggae show runs from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. At 2 a.m., the dancehall explosion begins. Sting climaxes with an anticipated clash.