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I-Octane – I Swear (Prod. by Sweet Music Production)

May 15, 2019 at 08:46
I-Octane – I Swear (Prod. by Sweet Music Production)

Jamaica artiste I-Octane  dishes out a new sound of Still A Live Riddim dubbed “I Swear.

Production credit to Sweet Music Production.

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Biography

Byiome Muir (brought into the world 29 April 1984), better known by his stage name

I-Octane, is a reggae and dancehall recording craftsman from Clarendon Parish, Jamaica.

He is known for incorporating constructive and socially cognizant topic into his music,

drawing motivation from individual encounters and Rastafarian teachings.[1][2] Byiome

Muir experienced childhood in Sandy Bay, a little network east of May Pen in Clarendon Parish,

Jamaica. Muir went to Palmers Cross All-Age School and afterward Garvey Maceo High School,

and would frequently sing and make commotions amid class. Muir quickly gone to Knox

Community College with an attention on design, however dropped out to seek after his

chronicle profession full-time.

I swear

Muir started his chronicle profession at 16 years old, when he was acquainted with Donovan

Germain of Penthouse Records, at that point supervisor of such specialists as Buju Banton

and Assassin.[5] Muir discharged his first singles, “Goodness Jah” and “Stepp a Seed”, in

2000 at Penthouse Records under the moniker Richie Rich.

I swear Subsequent to meeting Junior.

Arrows of the Arrows Recording Company, Muir marked onto the Kingston name under the

new name I-Octane, a play on high-octane fuel and the Rastafarian utilization of I.[6] I swear

I-Octane’s underlying recognition came in 2007 for his social editorial works, for example,

the roots reggae track “Wound Vampire” which moved to the highest point of a few Jamaican

charts.[7] In 2009, I-Octane bested the outlines again with his passionate melodies

“Mom You Alone” and “Lose A Friend”, and the last of which was later adjusted as a tribute

to the individuals who kicked the bucket amid the police manhunt for Christopher “Dudus” Coke in Tivoli Gardens.[1]

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