General Blaze

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Fan
$5
per month

First of all I want to thank you for becoming a fan of my music.


For this tier you will receive:


○ two new singles every month before it's released on any other platform. 

Supporter
$10
per month

 

First of all I want to thank you for becoming a Supporter of  my music.


For this tier you will receive:


○  Four new singles every month before it's released on any other platform. 


 ○  You will also received one lyric video that you can sing along to in Jamaica dialect.

Real Links
$15
per month

 

First of all I want to thank you for becoming a Real Link. In Jamaica Links is a term we give to people we can rely on.


For this tier you will receive:


○ Four new singles every month before it's released on any other platform. 


 ○ You will also received two lyric videos that you can sing along to in Jamaican dialect.


 ○ You will also receive one music video before release on any other platforms

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About General Blaze

General Blaze is an upcoming Dance Hall artist from Kingston Jamaica. He was born in Kingston but left at the age of five(5) to live in Mandeville. He always had a love for music, and after listening to 50 Cent's “Get Rich Or Die Trying” album it influenced him to start writing his own rap songs.

He developed his sound and character and later name that alter ego General Blaze. At the age of eighteen, he returned to Kingston and became more expose to hardcore in the street Dance Hall music and decide to Deejay instead of rapping.

Ultimate the two styles combined gave him a unique sound to match his character. General Blaze, Spade Steppa and Atomyk Steppa created Yung Steppaz Crew in 2009 and began their musical journey. They have recorded several songs some of which are already on iTunes.

After spending several years working on his identity, General Blaze took 4 years off music to learn as much as he could about composing, producing, engineering and marketing in the music industry.

It’s 2019, and he is now ready to give the world, a different flavour of Dance Hall music that has never been seen or heard before.

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