We are all born great. The greatest of us rises above, putting talent to much work and never letting it become the slave of another's empire. ”

— deeFire


Jamaican artist, DeeFire, drops songs from EP
Singles now on the radio, online

Jamaican performer DeeFire has started rolling out singles from her forthcoming pop- reggae EP. She is now streaming "Your Kiss" & “One & Only” from that EP. She last released the music video for “One &Only” which features an edgy, vibrant DeeFire crooning the reggae tune with a ‘tuups' (a little bit ) of pop.

Born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica she released her first recorded single in the Summer of 2016. Her Eight -track EP, which she plans to release in coming months, was recorded with various producers in Kingston. Producers such as Mario “Syantis” Lawrence, who is a grammy-nominated mastering engineer, worked with her on the “One and Only” track. DeeFire is currently collaborating with a dance-hall  producer on the final surprise track of the EP. We expect to be vibing to her next rolled out reggae-track with title "Warrior Hand" which was a collaboration with famed reggae instrumentalists "Bongo" Herman, Dean Fraser, Kirkledove, Winston "BoPee" Bowen and Michael Fletcher and mixing engineer Delroy Pottinger. This is not before she drops "A Yah it Deh" in reggae-style to spread hope and inspiration to all .

Though she started recording only recently, Deon grew up with music.

“For most of my childhood, I would sing and play whenever I could, crooning the hymns my family sang in church every Sunday,” she says. “At 12, I remember whispering a prayer saying that if there was anything I wanted to do in this world it was to entertain and motivate people.”

But that seemed like a pipe dream, and for years she shrugged it off as being an impossibility.
Then the songs started coming.
 “For years, I ignored the snippets of new melodies and song ideas that came through my head, but one day I decided to write one down,” she says. “It took me about 15 minutes to write that first song from start to finish, complete with melody and lyrics — maybe because I had waited so long.” She resolved that day to purchase a keyboard, and she hasn’t looked back since. “Writing was my new way to make-out — my obsession,” she says. “I felt that I didn’t need even food when I had all this music feeding and filling me. It felt that good, and it’s a feeling that I want to share with everyone who hears my music.” 

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Opening the show for Beres Hammond


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