The internet blew up a few days ago when Leah Tavares-Finson tagged Wileside’s Don, Javillani in a picture of her newborn baby on Instagram with the caption “Hi daddy! @jahvillani”. In true Jamaican style the local gossip blogs went wild and everyone who doesn’t know, now knows who the famed Leah Tavares-Finson is (because the very unforgiving internet could not have us all forget
Check out the brand new music video from Jahvillani and Konshens for thier "Every Gyal Vibe" Collabartion .
When a representative from Clarks Originals contacted dancehall artiste Jahvillani last Thursday expressing appreciation for his single ' Clarks Pon Foot', the 'Wileside' artiste immediately recognised it as a major endorsement.
"Mi affi feel good fi see seh them recognise the work being put out," Jahvillani, whose given name is Dujon Edwards, told The STAR.
Saluting the artiste's work, the iconic shoe brand reposted the official video for the song and endorsed it as the "summer anthem". The pos
Jahvillani Talks Wileside Government, situation with 6ix, Hits, Clarks, Drip, UK , New generation of dancehall artists + More on Tim Westwood Show ( watch full interview inside )
Jahvillani is a country boy and a proud one. Born and raised in Ocho Rios, he is not afraid to talk about his rural roots and express it in his music.
In fact, the singjay credits that authenticity for the rise of artistes from rural Jamaica in recent years. St Thomas-based deejays Hot Frass and Chronic Law, Montego Bay's Shane E, Rygin King, Squash, and Teejay, have all enjoyed considerable success in the past 18 months.
“The country artistes, a we a dweet now. We a bring di raw chatting an' i
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