U.S based singjay Deeclef, o.c. Wayan Frazer is a top pick on all major platform as he approaches Summer 2020.
The overly – expressive singer took a deep plunge into his humble beginnings, as he spoke about various hardships he has endured, being exposed to poor family structures, impoverished communities, juvenile delinquency and many other issues that plague his native country of Jamaica.
“I remember where i’m coming from, have woman weh mother and father inna one … some call it ghetto, some call it slum.” passionately stated Deeclef.
The reflection single can now be streamed or purchased on all major platforms worldwide and was released on January 24th 2020.
Deeclef has amassed over 10,000 streams via his Spotify and Audiomack official profiles collectively; as he has a number of fan favorites not limited to; Apprentice, Breeze, Tings Mi Like, Bull Inna Pen and many more.
Wayan Frazer, ‘Deeclef,’ was born and raised in Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica. Wayan graduated from Victor Dixon High and shortly after, relocated to the states in 2016 where he continued to pursue his passion for music.
Influenced by the sounds of classic artists such as Chronixx, Romain Virgo and Beres Hammond, DeeClef has been writing his own lyrics for over 10 years. He further stated that he is inspired by Dancehall greats Bounty Killer, Mavado and Assassin a.k.a. Agent Sasco.
DeeClef has entwined his Dancehall and Reggae heritage with the sounds of American and African music to produce an all encompassing vibe sure to make music lovers of all genres feel the groove!
Following in the lyrical footsteps of his father, Wayne Johnny P. Frazer, DeeClef now 24 years young is embarking on his own musical journey throughout the United States with his biggest supporter riding by his side.
While remaining confident in his skill, Wayan gives all praise for his success to the Almighty Creator.
“With HIM I’m able to do anything I can dream of. The Father has given me favor and I intend to work hard and remain humble through this journey we call life.”