Bobby Bigga 5 gets his day


Bobby Bigga 5 gets his day

Monday, June 17, 2019

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Bobby Bigga 5 is pleased with the feedback to his message-based Day One and its accompanying video.

The visuals for the single was released a few months ago, while the song was done in January.

Day One is on the Trinidad-based Universal Stars label.

“The feedback to Day One video has been phenomenal online, and the next move will be to get it on the cable TV channels as the song has already got a big highlight on the radio. The great feedback shows that even though Jamaicans like gun songs and party songs, there is definitely a market for positive message-oriented music that can play anywhere and at any time of day, because they deal with real life situations, betrayals, heartbreak, perseverance,” said Bobby Bigga 5.

Bobby Bigga 5's given name is Phillip Jackson. He was born on April 16, 1995 and grew up in Kitson Town, St Catherine, where he was exposed to music by his parents.

He attended Tacius Golding High before finishing his secondary education at Children First. Once he finished with his secondary education, he poured all his energy into music. He first experimented with rap made a cameo appearance on Jonnah's Money ah De Topic.

Other singles include Time Ah Di Master, and Prime Time.

“Look out for Bigga 5 in 2019. Mi a grow from strength to strength,” he said.

He is booked to perform at 'Summer Splash Wata Dash' on July 27 in Gutters, Old Harbour, and 'Overdose: Totally Wet' in High House, Old Harbour, on July 31.

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