In a career talk with YardHype, the young rising reggae artiste who goes by the name Pag3y, when asked about his education, stated that his schooling was very decent and that he passed an amount of 16 subjects taken throughout his time at his alma mater.
The accomplishment is something not often heard of in Jamaica music. People must be wondering what type of music this young man has up his sleeves.
The Munro College old boy, now Reggae artiste, explained to YardHype Entertainment that secondary education played a great role in his life as a musician and he could remember days in high school where he and other students used to get involved in lyrical clashes.
He spent seven years at the glorified St. Elizabeth educational institution and graduated in the year 2013. Pag3y now states that he is now at the stage where he is making an effort to ascend spiritually to make the right material decisions so that his education and craft can be of good service to the people.
The “Life is a cycle” artiste just released a body of work entitled “5 Years Later” containing a compilation of songs done in a five-year time frame since his debut album. The project is available on Bandcamp and for streaming on all online platforms.
Being an upcoming artiste, Pag3y says that even though things might appear to be rough at this time, he is still pushing on to create music and become his best self.
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