Monday, September 15, 2008

Featured artist: Invisible Jay

Riddim Express believes it is an important role of the reggae sound system to promote reggae music and artists in every way possible. In this blog we are proud to feature and promote, Invisible Jay, a new upcoming reggae artist out of New York City. To know who Jay is and where he wants to go, is to know where Invisible Jay is coming from. Born 1985 in Kingston Jamaica, Jay has always been influenced by music as he grew up. At the tender age of 14, Jay made the decision of taking music as a full time job and he went on to pursue his dreams of becoming a Reggae Artist. Invisible Jay is an artist that writes and sings his own lyrics. In 2003, he recorded his first single titled "Girls Plenty" on the Mixx Breed riddim featuring veteran reggae artist (D.J) Major Mackrell. The track was recorded at Foundation Studio in Brooklyn N.Y(E2 Recordings)and also engineered and mixed by Ed Robinson(Known for his hit single "Knocking on Heavens Door",a remake from Bob Dylan. Jay's single "Girls Plenty" was produced by Village Entertainment and release on 45" vinyl records. Invisible Jay is part of the Foundation Nature, a reggae music crew from out of Jamaica Queens. The group includes other reggae artists such as....Dignitery, Shine- Eye, and Sane. Invisible Jay is currently hitting the studios and writing music daily, working on his upcoming album, Nothing Impossible, due to be released in 2009. So look out for this young promising reggae artist. Invisible Jay's music is in a category all by its self, something he would call culture/dancehall. He is one of the most ambitious artist that you can find in the music industry. Jay is an incredible recording artist, but he is an equally amazing performing artist, not only is he hot, he is always on fire. Jay now has his own recording studio called "Foundation Studio" located in Jamaica Queens. For booking info, singles, compilations and dubs, contact:

Invisible Jay