The rising dancehall artist is set to release a 5-track EP and is expected to unveil a collaboration with fellow artist Markieno before the year's end
Sgee Vehnom, attract the ladies (Photo: Rickayla Mcneil)
In the vibrant tapestry of dancehall music, deeply rooted in Jamaica's inner city culture, the rising artist Sgee Vehnom is etching an enduring presence this year. The skilled artist is gearing up to introduce his 5-track 'Love Cycle' EP on February 14, 2024, presenting his female admirers with a genuine musical gem to cherish.
Presenting a rich tapestry of musical offerings, the EP unfolds as a showcase of Sgee Vehnom's diverse talents, providing a tantalizing glimpse into his musical versatility. One of the highlights of this musical journey is a noteworthy collaboration with the emerging artist Markieno on the track 'Her,' promising a standout feature on the upcoming EP. The collaboration is poised to deliver a unique synergy that resonates with listeners.
Markieno, known as Markieno Marcelous Powell, emerges as a 19-year-old talent from England, whose musical journey commenced during infancy upon his migration to Jamaica. Demonstrating remarkable versatility spanning reggae, dancehall, and R&B, Markieno brings a dynamic element to the collaboration.
coming with a project aimed at the ladies. (Photo: Rickayla Mcneil)
The EP's lineup is further enriched with compelling singles, including 'Addicted and Attracted,' 'Feelings,' 'Close to You,' and 'Gwan,' each contributing to the overall richness and diversity of the musical collection.
Adding to the anticipation, Sgee Vehnom and Markieno have collaborated on the soon-to-be-released single titled 'Family.' Sgee Vehnom lauded his fellow artist, emphasizing, “family a family and money cya change dat.” This imminent release is poised to resonate profoundly with audiences.
As the release date draws near, fans can look forward to a musical odyssey that transcends boundaries, solidifying Sgee Vehnom's status as a burgeoning talent in the dancehall genre.
Markieno with Sgee Vehnom