New York, New York - Nine Mile, Jamaica's very own velvet voiced reggae crooner Black Am I releases a new single highlighting the person who is so eager to succeed at any cost, titled Mr. Hurry Come Up. This new track which is released through the Ghetto Youth’s International label is produced by the legendary Damian ‘Jr Gong’ Marley and Young Pow, features a strong reggae feel accompanied by a stern message to those who want to get to their goal at any cost. Black Am I’s message sheds light on the fast pace, social media, superficial world we are all surrounded by and the impact it has on mankind
With singles like Modern Day Freedom, Samson Strength, King of Kings, The Edge and most recently Work Day, gives his audience just enough at a time. Black Am I is giving his audience just enough for the palate as he shares his versatility. Easily distinguished from his contemporaries, Black Am I will resonate with lovers of Reggae for years to come. This is reflected in the quality and longevity of his songs, some of which have been out for seven years.
A native son of the famous Nine Mile, birthplace of the legend Bob Marley, Black Am I moral compass points true north. His subject matter reflects his seasoned, yet youthful outlook, and the nuances of his spiritual experience as Rastafari. Now signed to the Marley’s’ Ghetto Youths International, he has displayed exceptional bearing in a sea of musical noise.
The latest single Mr Hurry Come Up attests to his ability to stand out and speak to the lives of those without voices.