We know we are a bit late to the party on this review, but the 26th of July saw the release of Jahmiel’s long awaited debut album ‘Great Man’ which is the young artist’s first long length body of work. With features from Tarrus Riley and Moyann, the majority of the album displayed Jahmiel’s skill as a solo artist which we should all by now be well familiar with .
In terms of singles the album only featured two pre-released singles with ‘Treasure’ and ‘Don’t Wanna Lose You’ featuring Moyann both being released in the run up to the album release.
‘Great Man’ is like a lot of Jahmiel’s work a testament to his talent, with his vocals being on full display alongside his usual deep lyricism as he provides motivation and reflection throughout the whole album. Expect positivity in abundance from Jahmiel.
Jahmiel definitely isn’t afraid to change his style on this album with the Tarrus Riley assisted ‘Good Vibes’ changing to an almost EDM style pace, strong love songs with both singles ‘Treasure’ and ‘Don’t Wanna Lose You’ and his usual inspirational style with tracks like ‘Thoughts & Dreams’.
This debut album captures a lot of Jahmiel’s skills as an artist in a short 33 minute run time with his vocals, clarity and lyricism on full display, ‘Great Man’ will have you definitely wanting to hear more from one of Reggae and Dancehall’s brightest young talents.