After his performance at Entertainers vs. Crime and Violence at Dump Up Beach and at ZOSO Bring Back the Love Concert at Mount Salem in Montego Bay, Hezron believes there is still more to be done for Montego Bay especially for the new year. The reggae recording artiste who reigns from the parish is presently advocating for peace through his music. He is also encouraging other artistes from the parish to be more active in the fight against crime and violence for 2018.
In 2016 he released the single ‘Mobay’ produced by Addis Records Production from Europe. The single speaks to several concerns of Montego Bay residents and sought to encourage positive living among them. Hezron has performed this single on several shows in and around Montego Bay and has received great feedback from residents and law enforcement authorities. He said “I recorded ‘Mobay’ at a very trivial time and now it has gotten worst. I believe that the issues in Montego Bay was neglected for a long time and I am at awe at what is taking place and I hope that my music can bring awareness and further encourage change at this time and for 2018”.
Known for popular singles such as ‘Taxi Driver’, ‘So In Love’, ‘Forever and Always’ and ‘Can’t Come Between Us’ Hezron has managed to remain relevant and consistent in reggae music. His most recent album ‘The Life I Live Continues (Soulful Salvation)’ consists of 17 tracks and was launched at Level 96 on Hope Road, St Andrew in October of this year. Hezron is now focused on reintroducing the single ‘Mobay’ to the market as a means to help his cause.
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