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Jay-5Flow

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Jay-5Flow
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Jay-5Flow, 2018
Background information
Birth nameOmar Craig Forsythe
Born (1982-08-02) 2 August 1982 (age 38)
OriginRio Nuevo, Ocho Rios, Jamaica'
Genres
  • Reggae
  • Dancehall
  • hip hop
  • pop
Occupation(s)Singer, musician, songwriter
Years active2008–present
LabelsVP Records
Associated actsSpragga Benz, Japanese, Kalado, Suvi, Rebel Soulz, Hot Boxxx Entertainment, VP Records, Chase Mills Records, Minto Pierre (MPR)
Websitejay5flow.com

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OMAR CRAIG FORSYTHE (born August 2, LEO) was born and raised in Jamaica. He is known musically as JAY-5Flow. Jay-5, for short, is a Los Angeles based international reggae and dancehall artist, who has been popularly recognized for his 2015 hit single 'Dancehall Macarena'; produced by Hot Boxxx Entertainment, and distributed by VP Records.

Background and Career[edit]

Forsythe was born in Governs Pen, and grew up in Rio Nuevo/Ocho Rios, Jamaica. In the late 1990’s, with the support of his colleague Russian (Christian/reggae producer/engineer) of Brick Steel Productions, Forsythe began performing at local shows in the parishes of St. Mary and St. Ann, Jamaica. He did this whilst working a day job as a contract Entertainment Performer in hotels and resorts across Jamaica’s northern parishes. In 2003, Omar 'Jay-5Flow' Forsythe relocated to Los Angeles, California to further pursue his career in entertainment. Jay-5 then met the producer and CEO of Rebel Soulz, through Russian in 2008.

Working with Russian & Spragga Benz[edit]

Under the guidance of the members of Rebel Soulz, Jay-5 did his first professional music recordings, which included 'Magic (Pearl Riddim)' and 'Just Dance (Current Affairs Riddim)'. After that recording and performing, music became a career for Forsythe. This led to his alliance with well-known dancehall artist, Spragga Benz, who is the CEO of Red Square productions and actor from the Jamaican hit movie Shottas (Wayne). Jay-5's relationship with Spragga Benz and his Red Square family created platforms that gave the artist opportunities to perform on international events (Jamaica Observer 2015)[1]. Jay-5Flow toured several states in the U.S. with Spragga Benz; sharing the stage with rapper Foxy Brown, Kymani Marley, Beenie Man, Gyptian, Warrior King, Konshens, Kranium, and several others.


Achievements & Milestones[edit]

In 2011, Forsythe started pursuing his career in music as a full-time artiste.This decision was then followed by Jay-5's Sting 2014 performance in Portmore, Jamaica (Grant 2014) [2][3]. At the 2014 Grammy's, Jay-5 was nominated [4] within the pop/reggae category for his collaborated song, 'Tick Tock[5]' featuring Suvi (Grant 2014). In the following year, 2015, VP Records signed Jay-5 to a 4 year distribution deal (Jackson 2017)[6]. Later in that year [2015] he would have recorded 'Dancehall Macarena', his hit single; produced by Hot Boxxx Entertainment, and distributed by VP Records. Forsythe was later confirmed guess-hosting the Beach Road Trip (BRT) in 2016[7].

In addition to the 'Dancehall Macarena', Jay-5Flow has also been recognized for his song, 'Tick Tock' co-recorded by Jay-5 and International entertainer SuVi (Suvi Suresh). 'Tick Tock' was written and produced by Paul Drago, LA Music Award winner and Abby Cubey (cdBaby.com 2014)[8][9].

Forsythe is otherwise known to have an established work relationship with billboard producer, Minto Pierre (MPR), whom produced the track for 'Shake It Señorita' from Jay-5's album, The Dancehall Macarena[10] (The Tropixs 2018). Pierre is Jay-5’s producer and has been working with him since the beginning of his music career.

More recently, In 2018, Jay-5Flow released a single entitled ‘Me Noh Play’, produced by Big Zim Records, Kingston, Jamaica.

Forsythe was previously managed by the CEO of Belize-runway. This has contributed to his general exposure as an international reggae and dancehall artist[11].

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "Jamaica Observer Limited". Jamaica Observer. Retrieved 2019-02-19.
  2. Grant, Dominique (December 26, 2014). "JAY-5 FLOW PERFORMS TONIGHT!! #MAGNUM #STING #2014 #RSQRB". Redsquare Rebelnation. Retrieved 2019-02-19.
  3. THE PARTY MINISTER (2015-02-07), JAY-5FLOW TALKS STING 2014, retrieved 2019-02-19
  4. Grant, Dominique (October 23, 2014). "GRAMMY Nominees Are In!! Congrats to SuVi & Jay-5! "Tick Tock" was accepted in 2 categories of the Grammy's". Redsquare Rebelnation. Retrieved 2019-02-19.
  5. "Tick Tock (feat. Jay-5 Flow) - QQ音乐-千万正版音乐海量无损曲库新歌热歌天天畅听的高品质音乐平台!". y.qq.com. Retrieved 2019-02-19.
  6. Magazine, Maria Jackson (2017-05-08). "Jay-5Flow Bio (@Jay5flow)". MARIA JACKSON MAGAZINE. Retrieved 2019-02-19.
  7. Tropixs, The (2018-03-30). "Jay-5Flow Drops "Controversial" Music Video". The Tropixs. Retrieved 2019-02-19.
  8. "Suvi (featuring Jay-5 Flow) - Tick Tock". Retrieved 2019-02-19.
  9. ♫ Tick Tock - Suvi. Listen @cdbaby, retrieved 2019-02-21
  10. Tropixs, The (2018-06-24). "Grammy Nominated Jay-5Flow 'Noh Play' With Dancehall". The Tropixs. Retrieved 2019-02-19.
  11. "Caye Easter Bash". www.7newsbelize.com. Retrieved 2019-02-19.




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