Spanish Town, the first capital of Jamaica, has long been known for producing exceptionally talented and globally renowned entertainers. Whenike Levy, a native of Spanish Town, is the latest artist to emerge from this fertile ground. With her roots firmly planted in music, Whenike’s journey from a normal childhood in Jamaica to pursuing her dreams in Canada.
Growing up in Spanish Town, Whenike Levy’s passion for music was nurtured from a young age. She vividly remembers being actively involved with the choir throughout her school years and was also a member of her church’s choir. These formative experiences laid the foundation for her musical talent and set the stage for her future endeavors.
Whenike’s path took an exciting turn when she made the decision to permanently reside in Canada. While pursuing her studies and building a career, her love for music continued to burn brightly. She had the opportunity to sing harmonies for Stone Wall Productions, which further fueled her passion for being a part of the music industry. During a four-year period, she embarked on a personal exploration of her musical talents, carving her own path as a solo artist.
Whenike Levy has been fortunate to be surrounded by a talented group of producers who have helped her refine her craft and develop her unique sound. Notable collaborations include working closely with “DJ Mark” from Ghetto Life Records. These partnerships have allowed Whenike to experiment with different styles and showcase her versatility as an artist. She draws inspiration from artists like Denique and Tessanne Chin, both of whom she admires and considers role models.
At the age of 28, Whenike Levy is poised to make a significant impact on the music scene. Armed with her experiences and a burning desire to succeed, she is ready to release new productions that highlight her talent. Her latest single, ‘Love Me’, produced by “Riddim to Dem (RTD) Productions,” is set to captivate listeners with its soulful melodies and heartfelt lyrics. Whenike’s journey is only beginning, and she aspires to own her own studio one day, a testament to her unwavering dedication to her craft.