Self-proclaimed “uptop boss” Timoy “Teejay” Jones is set to make his Magnum Xplosion debut in Trinidad tomorrow at Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain.
Specially added to the star-studded cast of reggae and dancehall artists which includes veterans such as Cocoa Tea, Louie Culture, Bounty Killer and Aidonia, Teejay will offer its own unique entertainment brand.
In a press release, Teejay said, âXplosion Inferno ah-it man, people can expect Teejay to be just Braaaff and take care of it right. We still have a good performance and this one is special in the same way – I always do everything for the fans and make sure they enjoy everything and feel good to spend to see me, so Trinidad – watch out!
The Magnum Xplosion series makes its final TT stop – after touring Guyana, Barbados and St. Lucia earlier in 2019.
Magnum Regional Marketing Director Kamal Powell said: âLast year Trinidad was the biggest show and this year we expect more customers to attend what we think is the most important programming. epic of the season. A lot of work has gone into both the show and the lineup, so we’re delighted that clients are seeing Ding Dong, Spice and Sizzla Kalonjiâ¦ Busy Signal and Konshens have delivered some fascinating performances so far with the new hitmaker from dancehall stating that it will also leave a lasting impression. We look forward to Teejay making his mark in Trinidad on the Magnum stage â
Originally from the Glendevon area of ââMontego Bay in St James, Jamaica, Timoy Janeyo Jones was born October 3, 1994 and joined a family of three brothers and one sister. Motivated by his brother musicians, who formed a group called C&C, he also drew inspiration from major international groups such as Percy Sledge, Maxi Priest, Dennis Brown, Buju Banton, Celine Dion and Mariah Carey. Blessed and lucky enough to have a home studio, thanks to his brothers, Teejay started recording at the age of six, which gave him the opportunity to learn from his brothers while laying the groundwork for ‘a musical and artistic career.
He wrote his first song called I Know Jah at the age of ten in 2005. The song was well received and gave him instant popularity in Glendevon, which he maximized after appearing in numerous gospel shows. , talent and dancehall. At age 14, he wrote a song for all schools in Jamaica called Schoolaz Anthem and gained national attention with heavy rotation on radio stations, as well as appearances and performances in many school shows and dances. of street.
At 16, Jones dropped out of school due to financial constraints and decided to take his music career to the next level. In 2010 he started off with a summer song which became a huge hit and gave him the opportunity to gain major management and exposure and also led him to open for an artist at come such as Tommy Lee.
After honing his talents to become a bona fide songwriter, studio engineer, and producer, Teejay began releasing solo hits like My Life, Summer Time, Living My Life, Move From Deh and collaborating with the biggest groups to come on many more. Determined to show his son Jayden a better life, he continues to focus on making his name in the music industry and is expected to tell his story at TT this weekend in Savannah.
Show time is 9 p.m.