The talented Jamaican entertainer, whose real name is Jason Brown, released "Password," "Summer Time" (featuring Binx ) and "Teacha Gone."

For the first quarter of 2015, rising singjay, , has already released three songs which are definitely paving the path to success with his music career.

The talented Jamaican entertainer, whose real name is Jason Brown, released “Password,” “Summer Time” (featuring Binx ) and “Teacha Gone.”

Listen to Password (produced by Dam Rude Records)

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Listen to Summer Time (produced by Crownus Records)

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Listen to Teacha Gone (produced by Crownus Records)

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The artiste, who travels between Jamaica and Cayman, where he now resides and works, admits he’s passionate about music.

On any given day of the week you can find Jah Reefa at the recording studio creating new material and keeping his vocals in top shape.

Born in St Thomas, Jamaica, he grew up among a music loving family, at times Jah Reefa and his cousins would often entertain their family and friends with lyrical clashes idolizing the songs of Bounty Killer and .

As a child he had a typical Jamaican childhood playing football, cricket and entering talent shows.

While attending Seaforth High School in 2002, Jah Reefa relocated to live with his parents in the Cayman Islands where he finished high school.

He continued to develop his love for music by frequently writing and recording at Black Gould Studio “every-night after football practice” he explained “that’s where I learned to develop my own style and took the term “lyrical content” to a new heights.

Jah Reefa brings a unique hardcore flavor to the Dancehall scene and is creating a waves on the local scene and have opened shows for Damian Marley and Shaggy.

Last year Jah Reefa traveled to Ireland where he performed at the Electric Picnic to an audience of 45,000 onlookers.

Jah Reefa recently gave an energetic performance at Gully Bop’s concert in Grand Cayman.

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