I-Octane’s music and stage performance hand in hand, sets the tone for a major break-tru for the 22 year old Reggae artiste. Since the release of his first hit song “Different Page” he has performed on almost every major Reggae/Dancehall event held in Jamaica and continues to live up to the expectation of a promising artiste with zeal for international recognition.
In 2008, I-Octane performed from January through to December on events such as the award winning 2008 Best Event Ã¢â‚¬ËœRebel Salute”, Ã¢â‚¬Ëœthe heartthrob of the summer Reggae Sumfest’ and Ã¢â‚¬Ëœthe greatest one night show on earth Sting’. His performance on the prestigious Red Stripe Live Show a “Learning for life” project presented by Diageo under the distinguished patronage of the Honourable Prime Minister Bruce Golding at Sabina Park, Kingston and Reggae In the Valley at Appleton Sport Complex this weekend was yet another demonstration that this hard working, focused and talented artiste is on a journey that one day soon will bear the fruits of international success. With his vibrancy and resilient energy, this “show stopping crowd-pleaser” is sure to leave you wanting more by his presence and self-composed tunes reflecting love, unity and upliftment.
I-Octane has released a number of songs over the past few weeks that has been getting heavy rotation on radio, Hurt Mi with Spragga Benz and No Conscience produced by his management company Arrows Recording Limited, Bloodshed produced by Don Corleon on the Changes rhythm and Work another Don Corleon exclusive production. Octane has received an overwhelmingly positive feedback from several radio jocks spreading across the United States West Coast, several European countries, Gambia and the Caribbean. His unconditional love for his work, total confidence and noticeable strong on stage performance has opened up a world of opportunities for him and enhances the development of a likely next, mega superstar to emerge from the home of this powerful music called Reggae.
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