The single, officially released on all social media platforms, is a classic call to never forget one’s origins and romanticizes the Singjay’s early upbringing in the rough and tumble area of Gregory Park, Portmore.
“I like to sing reality and consciousness because I feel an obligation to uplift and elevate the minds of the
downtrodden. I also dabble in other genres of music like dancehall and soca,” Star Prynce, whose real name is Jerniel Andre Ferguson, said.
He recently released a lyric video for the single as well. “The video is playing on CVM, BOJ TV and FLOW TV on Blacker Top 20 charts. It should be on HYPE, RE and FIWI Choice soon,” he said.