Singer Heights Buzzing with “Winner”
Dancehall artiste Singer Heights is looking forward to his big break in the local music industry.
The humble Rastafarian singjay who hails from Waterhouse in Kingston is working overtime to make to his goal a reality.
“I’m ready to go all the way to the top of the music industry, I’ve been working hard for my break over a decade now, and I’ve never gotten weary. I always keep pushing forward because I know my break is sure,” said the artiste.
Singer Heights is currently enjoying a massive buzz with his recently released single titled Winner on the Hypa Flex rhythm.
The song which was produced by Wayne Gordon for New York Entertainment Movement Records was released in October since then it has been blowing up the local airwaves.
“My new single is getting a lot of support, and I’m thankful to all the DJs who are playing it both locally and overseas,” said Singer Heights.
Singer Heights is currently working on a seven-track EP which is scheduled to be released next year.
He’s also booked to perform on several upcoming events including the annual Ghetto Splash which is scheduled to take place at the Water House Mini Stadium on the 18th of December and Mill Fi Share, at Jacques Road in Mountain view on the same date.
Singer Heights launched his recording career in 2006 with the release of single titled Must Bus on the New York Entertainment label.
Singer Heights was born Homa Burton. He grew up in Waterhouse, Kingston, until he moved with his mother to live in Comfort District in Manchester at the age of 13. He’s a past student of Porus High School.