Rising reggae artiste Ras-I, real name Immanuel Kerr, is feeling good and excited about his upcoming debut album, Tsojourna, scheduled for release in the third week of November. The young singer said surely that the work would yield a positive response, with confidence likely sprouting from all the time spent in making the project worthwhile. Usually sporting a wide grin, with dreadlocks reaching down the length of his back, Ras-I’s image already exudes ‘roots’, but fans and new listeners can also expect a little R&B vibes from the millennial up-and-comer – like in his latest single called Ordinary Day.
“Tsojourna is very good. This has been four or five years in the making. Because this is going to be my first major project, I don’t want it to fall on deaf ears. I want it to have that impact,” he told The Gleaner. The album announcement comes on the heels of Ordinary Day’s release, which premiered on popular music blog vashtie.com last week. The song was written by Ras-I and produced by Koastal Kings, comprising Shamir Walker and Keneil Delisser.
Rad-I’s Tsojourna featured in the Jamaica Gleaner.