Jamaican Diva SHIE to Hit Ghana with Big Collabos
Ghanaian dancehall is set to dominate the headlines once more, as it receives more applauds from the music circles especially from the land where it deem to originate from, Jamaica. One of the upcoming music labels in Ghana, Gymoff HitFactory GH (GHG) made this public when they shared the news of the Jamaican dancehall diva, SHIE confirming to ride on their latest studio riddim titled ‘Apple Riddim’. The riddim which is to feature some of Ghana’s great prospect in the dancehall music genre, has since it announcement online received a lot of interest across the music scene, attracting not only the GH arts but gone on to attract international arts as well.
Here is a bit about the Jamaican diva, SHIE…
Nothing else matters to me more than Music and the Mind. Stability and balance are the two keys to success and happiness. Not financial stability but mental stability. My stability and balance arise within music. It’s no secret that life is difficult, however within the difficulty we must find peace and this is where my peace is. I’ve always loved music. As a child my mother said id always sing and dance in front of the mirror. I find that interesting because I grew up very shy or should I say Shie! I was very doubtful in my talent and was always afraid of being heard. I never suppressed my talent I just hid it. However as I grew older it grew inside me. It began to take over my heart and it began to take over my thoughts.
I desired nothing else but music! I found my voice within music. As I was always shy expressing myself and communicating my needs accurately music was my bridge. It smoothes my mind and the default pain of life. I grew up with a lot of pain within my body and music freed me. Music is my interceder. Through my music I desire to spread light, hope and acceptance of self. I hope to build courage. We each have a warrior within us and I desire for those who listen and enjoy my music to awaken that warrior. To find themselves and to accept themselves despite what society tells us. Meanwhile GHG have also confirmed, the Jamaican art will be working more on their production, as well as, feature one of the biggest dancehall kid from their camp, iJUDAH, who also affiliate to Ghana’s own, BhimNation CEO Stobebwoy.
The two will work on a couple of tunes and shoot some videos, in and outside Ghana to promote the brands. The first tune form the ‘Apple Riddim’ titled Hot Gal is set to be released early next month and from what is coming out from the studios, we are understand, dancehall lovers are in for a good treat. Follow the team vis Twitter : @WeAreGHG for all the links as it drops.