Jevaughni ready to drop his own music… After making beats for Vybz Kartel, Gully Bop, Mavado etc

It did not take long before he hit pay dirt with a ‘riddim’ that catapulted an unknown deejay named Gully Bop to stardom. Gully Bop’s song, My God Dem Nuh Bad Like Me, was a sensation. It also helped put Claims Records (which distributed the track), out of Grants Pen, on the map.
“Being the composer (of the Gully Bop beat) has been a great feeling. The song got me some clients that needed beats composed and a small highlight, and also gave me bragging rights,” said Jevaughni.

His current beats are the Success which has been commissioned by Good Good Productions, and Present Life, which is released by his Riddim Sky Records.
From Waterhouse, Jevaughni’s (born Jevaughni Williams) first recorded song was
Show Off, done seven years ago while still a student at Ascot High School. However, there were few follow-up opportunities.

Last year, as anxiety mounted, he began “taking lessons” on how to create beats through “courses” on the Internet.
“I was lucky to master it after messing around the beat-making softwares and watching YouTube tutorials,” he said.
The Success is driven by songs from Vybz Kartel, Dexta Daps, Ding Dong and Jahmiel. Same Way, Jevaughni’s first official release, is one of the songs on the Present Life rhythm.



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