International recording Jahmiel has broken his silence on the ongoing rumours that he left the MVP Dancehall camp.

MVP is the Dancehall collective of Mavado, o.c the Gully Gad, Alkaline of the Vendetta camp, and Jahmiel representing himself as the leader of the Patriotz.

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The ‘Great Man’ as Jahmiel has monikered himself, appeared on Onstage TV Saturday night, which he refuted the claims citing that everything was good between himself and MVP affiliates Mavado and Alkaline.

“Everything good man, see wha me a say, mi no know weh dat a come from but mi still want the people fi understand say a three different individuals, see wha mi a say, wid dem own brand” the Patriotz deejay said.

Its seems Jahmiel’s recent change in management to Sweet Music, sparked the rumours. The entertainer is also producing majority of his new projects, such as his latest EP Revamp, which was co-produced with Quantanium Music.

Watch his full Onstage TV interview below and Jahmiel also speaks about his new focus amidst the Coronavirus pandemic.

“Mi feel like mi did a sleep and wake up, mi feel like the whole COVID-19 thing gimme a lot of time to think, mi feel like mi did too busy and then now mi tek a step back and look pon certain things and say this need fi change, that need fi change, refocused and a move forward right now,” he said.

Watch Interview Below


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