Mikki Ras ready to shine again


Mikki Ras ready to shine again

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

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Reggae singjay Mikki Ras is ready to return to the spotlight with his recently released single Suffer No More .

The song, produced by Unruly Star Records/Unstoppable Muzik Group, was released on the May 8.

“I am pleased with the response that my new single is getting. It received over 10,000 streams on Spotify in the first week of release. I'm not surprised, because the message in the song is something that a lot of people can relate to,” said Mikki Ras.

This is the Clarendon-born singjay's first release since his chart-topping single in 2017 titled Rude Boy Skanking, featuring Jah Cure.

“It's been a while since the fans got any new music from me and I figured that now is the right time to drop something new for them,” he continued.

Mikki Ras says Suffer No More is about his life and his journey in music.

“This song is about everything I've been through growing up in Clarendon, and my journey in the music biz. It's been a long and trying journey, many sleepless nights and restless days, but now I've mastered my craft and I'm not suffering no more,” he said.

A video for Suffer No More is currently in the works.

Mikki Ras (given name Taron Wilson) launched his career in 2012 with the release of a single titled Crying To The System on the Go Getta label.

His other songs include Gwaan A School, Bagga Tings, and Music Is Life.

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