Up-and-coming dancehall artiste Jah Lama is now signed to Pandemic Records.
The Rastafarian singjay who hails from Crawler River district in Clarendon says he’s happy to be signed to the burgeoning label which is owned and operated by his fellow Clarendonians Sheldon and Leroy Edwards.
“I am happy that the owners of Pandemic Records believe in my talent and are willing to invest in my career. I’ve been working with the label for a while now and they’ve put a lot of promotion behind the projects that I’ve done for them in the past. Now that I am signed to the label, I know that the support will be even greater,” said Jah Lama.
Pandemic Records CEO Sheldon Edwards says he and his team plans to go all out to make Jah Lama a household name in Jamaican music. “It is all hands on deck right now where Jah Lama’s career is concerned. We believe in his talent, and we are fully committed to doing everything to make him a star. We are leaving no stones unturned.”
He continued, “We are a small independent label, but we are going big in terms of approach to artiste development, music production, and marketing. Right now, Jah Lama is in studios recording tracks for his first full-length project and we are also preparing him for an upcoming promotional tour.”
Jah Lama is currently promoting a new single titled ‘Fighter’ which was produced by Pandemic Records on the ‘Things and Time Rhythm’. This song was released by the label on January 20 and is available on leading digital and streaming platforms including iTunes, Amazon, and Spotify.