Wednesday, December 18, 2013


Long time Reggae singer, Likkle Lightning, who came on the scene in the late nineties, is promising a comeback in 2014.

When he stepped out on the music scene in the nineties, Likkle Lightning garnered the respect of his peers by composing unique, roots Reggae music with catchy hooks. With influences from artists such as Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Beres Hammond and Freddie McGregor, Likkle Lightning made the type of songs many say were simply unforgettable.  He performed on shows in Jamaica with King Yellowman, Professor Nuts, Luciano, Sizzla Kalonji, and many others. His powerful tracks captured the attention of many in the media who interviewed him for their respective media houses. He has had interviews on Links FM radio, been featured in the Jamaica Star newspaper and several other publications.

Likkle Lightning now alternates between life in New York and Jamaica.  Though he continued with his musical career when he first relocated to the USA, he admits that he has not been as consistent as he should be. As such, he is now promising to work harder and be more focused on his career in the coming year. To show that he is serious, Likkle Lightning recently released a single, “early morning flash”, accompanied by an official video. See both below.

Watch official video for “early morning flash” by Likkle Lightning here:
DJs can download “early morning flash” here:

 Blogs and entertainment websites can download the video here:

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