Dancehall artiste G Garrison credits his mother Miss Pauline Forrest who passed away in 1998 when he was just seven years old for inspiring him to become a recording artiste.
“I grew up hearing my mom singing in our home all the time. She had a very beautiful voice, but she never pursued a career in the music business. I learned how to carry a tune and create melodies by listening to her. Although she’s no longer here in the flesh I can still feel her presence and I know she’s singing in Zion now,” said the artiste.
The Kingston-born deejay is confident that this year will be his breakout year in music.
“I’ve spent a lot of years honing my skills. I’ve paid my dues and now I am ready to show the world what I can do. I want to be a dancehall superstar. I know it’s a very lofty goal, but I am going to achieve it. This year is my year; I can feel it,” he said.
G Garrison is currently promoting his new single titled ‘Chip’. The song which is one of the featured tracks on his upcoming debut album was produced by Pleasure Bunch Records.
“I’m very happy with the response that this song is receiving. It’s getting a lot of support from DJs both locally and abroad. Everyone who’s listened to it says it’s going to be a hit.”
G Garrison launched his recording career in 2019 with the release of a single titled ‘Dem Nuh Real’ on the Pleasure Bunch Records imprint. Some of his other songs are ‘How Mi Nuh Fi Wah Rich’, ‘Dem Nuh Real’ and ‘The Time Is Now’.