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Ajji releases debut EP | Entertainment


Recording artiste and producer Ajji recently released his debut EP titled Resurrect.

“The album, as the name suggests, speaks about rising from the ashes and just my journey in music overall, talking about how resilient I am. It takes you through many different moods to show you why I’m still standing, even though there are people who threw dirt on me and expected that I’d be dead after everything that I’ve been through musically. But I am still here,” the artiste explained.

The 16-track album peaked at number four on the iTunes Reggae Chart. Ajji said that the creative process started in January and took about nine months. Produced under his own Ajji World label, along with his good friend, producer Tony MME, featured acts on the project include Noah Powa, Busy Signal, Stylo G and Nailah Blackman.

As his debut effort, the artiste went to great lengths to showcase his talents from every angle, giving listeners a touch of everything from original dancehall to party songs to conscious lyrics, all based on his own experiences.

“The EP is like a wave and we made sure the wave didn’t throw you all over the place. Each song is deliberately and perfectly positioned to carry you smoothly through the perfect mood from the beginning to the end,” he said.

While some of the songs were previously released, such as the highly successful Busy Signal and Stylo G collaboration titled Live For The Summer, the majority of the track list consists of new songs.

“I hope to see this EP not just do well on the charts but for people to realise the type of work that can be done by dancehall artistes. I want to show them that we can produce high levels of work so I have something to prove,” the artiste said.

Most of the EP’s tracks will have accompanying music videos, which will be shot and released over the next few months.



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