Prince Levy Music… The journey continues

by Prince Levy

Prince Levy Music... The journey continues
It all began in Westmoreland Jamaica for me: A young Reggae artist, who grew up in the same local community where the iconic Peter Tosh was born, set out at a very early age to make his mark in music. Surrounded by luscious canefields and a landscape that produce some of Jamaica’s best cannabis, I had all the motivation I needed to fully pursue my musical journey.

” I remember times when my family only had two Vinyl records, Celine Dion and Dennis Brown, we would listen till they got scratched. Then after we stopped listening, I would attempt to reproduce the sounds I identified with to my family.”

Recognizing my talents from the age of 8 years old, a music teacher gave me the opportunity to do vocal production. After this, nothing was the same. In 2000 I entered my first JCDC music competition where I earned gold medals yearly till I was 15-year-old.

Realizing my pursuits needed guidance, I left Westmoreland and moved to Kingston, Jamaica. During that time, I met my earliest producer Jermaine “Jay Edge” Williams. At this point, 2009, I began recording a slew of singles in our home-based studio which started in my mothers’ car, later relocated to Jermain’s home.

As the music grew, I was able to perform more on stage with the likes of Toots and The Maytals, Lust, Marcia Griffiths and many more top-tier artists. With this growth, I started attracting radio play which caught the ears of legendary Grammy Winning Producer, DJ Frass, Giddimani Records/House of music and other big-time producers. With Singles like: “London Bridge, Highgrade, and Weedman” I have continued to carve my way through to the ears of a growing audience.

My music is one that represents the heart of the people, soul food.

Get to know Prince Levy more. Listen my newest to my oldest tracks. Be a part of musical history!

Prince Levy – High Grade (Official Video)

Produced by DJ Frass Records from the Reggae Fest Riddim

Prince Levy to deliver debut album (Jamaica Star)

Artist’s Note
Westmoreland, Kingston, Jamaica
Reggae, Dancehall
young, guidance, growth, soul food


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