CP Ink not giving up on Wash Mi Locks single
Reggae artiste CP Ink believes in the power of persistence; that is why the talented singjay is still pushing his single titled Wash Mi Locks, which was released over a year ago.
“I’m not a person who believes in giving up, and I’m not giving up on this song; it has the potential to be a big hit. My management team and I are working hard to make Wash Mi Locks one of the biggest songs in reggae music,” said CP Ink.
The versatile Rastafarian entertainer who is known for songs such as Big Foot and Square Mouth and basket Nuh Carry Wata is also promoting the video for Wash Mi locks.
“The video was done a while ago, but we didn’t put a lot of promotion behind it at first. It’s a very nice video it was filmed in Bath Fountain and Port Morant in St. Thomas and Red Hills, Red Hills Road and Molynes Road in Kingston. It has a nice rustic old-time Jamaica look. Since we’ve begun to promote it the feedback has been very positive,” he said.
CP Ink is currently working on several new projects including an EP and album.
“I’m doing a lot of recordings for my EP and my album, we don’t have any set released dates for either project as yet, but I’m anticipating a 2019 release date for the EP, the album will come after. I’m also gearing up to release some new singles later this summer, but for now, the focus is on Wash Mi Locks.”
CP Ink is a former member of the group CP Ink (Christopher Palmer Inc) which was founded by dancehall entertainer Lexxus in 201.
The group which consisted of himself, Lexxus, Sean Reynolds and Melcito Melcito, disbanded after two years.
He and Sean Reynolds continued to perform together as a duo under the name CP Inc until he decided to go solo in 2013 under the moniker CP Ink.CP Ink was born Wayne Rose, he originally hails from Port Morant, St. Thomas.