Dancehall singjay Jahmiel is currently laying tracks for his debut album Khemistry, slated to be released in the last quarter of this year.
According to the artiste, the set will feature production works from Quantanium Records and Good Good Productions.
“You will not find just one type of sound on the album, but definitely something for lovers of music,” said Jahmiel.
Speaking with the Jamaica Observer, the singer said the album will also highlight his musical growth and diversity.
“There are songs about relationships, social commentaries and about life’s unexpected challenges,” he said. With his focus now fixed on the creative aspect of his debut set, the singer has released the music video for his first single, Years To Come, on his YouTube account.
Produced by Quantanium Records/Patriotz Muzic and written by Jahmiel, Years To Come speaks directly to youth who are faced with persons telling them “they can’t” or “they won’t”.
“As youths and adults, words can get us distracted or lose our focus from the greater picture or achieving our goal. That is why I say: ‘Never get distracted nor lose my focus’ in the song. Sometimes the negative words or actions may have us question our dream. It takes a strong mind to persevere and push to your goal, especially when faced with naysayers or unplanned life obstacles. Just remember years to come, you will look back and say I did it,” the singjay said.