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Fyah Stick ready to burn

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Friday, March 16, 2018

ST Elizabeth cattle farmer and electrician Fyah Stick says he's not doing music for the fame and fortune, he just wants to uplift and educate people with his positive messages.

“I'm not doing music for money and glory because my mission is much bigger than that. It's a spiritual mission and I am here to lift up and inspire with my music,” said Fyah Stick.

Fyah Stick — who lists Sizzla and Bob Marley among his major musical influences — is gearing up for the late March release of the song Praises. The song will be released on the Fyah Camp label.

Purification, an EP of positive messages, is to be released later this year.

“The EP is going to be great. it's positive music; no freakiness, no violence or nastiness. I want it to be a project that my fans and family can be proud of. It's music for the soul,” he explained.

Fyah Stick made his recording debut in 2016 with the song Trodding.

“I am blessed with many skills and I am happy that I can use them to earn a living and invest in my music career. This gives me the independence to record the kind of music I want to make. I am pleased that I can do that because some producers are afraid to produce conscious music,” he said.

— Kevin Jackson