The burgeoning artist and avid extreme sports enthusiast is on the brink of unveiling a new single that narrates his musical odyssey
Edge straddles the worlds of hip-hop and dancehall. (Photo: Gareth Corban)
Rising Jamaican rapper Edge is poised to release his latest single, "1994", marking his return to the music scene after a brief hiatus. The track, slated for release on Monday, February 12, will be available on all major streaming platforms.
Born James Lawrence in Runaway Bay, Edge's musical journey traces back to his school days, where his love for diverse musical genres first took root. With "1994", he seeks to reconnect with his artistic roots, drawing heavily from his hip-hop and rap influences to craft a sound uniquely his own, one that resonates with audiences globally.
Accompanying the single is a visually stunning music video produced by Justin 'OooThatsJustin' Caine and directed by Gareth 'The Truth' Coburn. Shot against the backdrop of Edge's hometown, the video serves as a narrative-rich ode to his origins.
"I want my fans to know that '1994' is more than just a song" (Photo: Marco Vision)
"I want my fans to know that '1994' is more than just a song; it's a piece of me," he said. "Music has always been my truest form of expression, and with this track, I hope to connect with people on a deeper level, sharing my story and the lessons I've learned along the way."
Beyond being a mere single, "1994" heralds Edge's triumphant return to the music scene, signaling his readiness to share his stories and experiences through poignant lyrics and infectious beats.
Indeed, Edge's talents have garnered significant attention. His appearances in numerous local music videos alongside dancehall luminaries like Popcaan and Skillibeng have played a pivotal role in solidifying his position within the industry.