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Making his directorial debut, 4th Genna recording artiste Jayds has released the official video for ‘No ID’, a sonically pleasant composition featured on the ‘Fever Temperature’ rhythm alongside noted act Aidonia.

Reenacting the role of Alladin, set against a festive backdrop, Jayds, grant ladies their wishes while navigating various scenarios amid keeping it culturally appropriate. According to the multi-talented entertainer, ‘No ID’ marks the first of several releases slated for the months ahead.


“No ID is just the first of many songs I intend to release, that was my last project for 2020. However, this year the fans can expect to hear and see a lot more from me in both capacities as an artiste and producer”


The burgeoning star who recently inked an ambassadorial deal with Lion Pride Jamaica is currently working on a compendium titled ‘Wet Dreams Vol.2’. Geared predominately toward the ladies, Jayds, known for his sultry lyrics and persuasive skills with the fairer sex, says this will be the sequel to Volume 1. released last summer which, received high marks from his growing fanbase.


“The fans have been asking for some time now when am I going to release another project? They loved what I did on Wet Dreams Vol.1, so based on the feedback, I had a meeting with my team and, a decision was taken to do a sequel.” – He added.


Other projects presently on the chopping block include a video for ‘Alien Girl’ taken from his 2020 ‘Traphall’ mixtape. This! along with a bevy of other in-house productions for the 4th Generation collective, is geared towards amplifying his presence in the dancehall space.
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Romario English, known professionally as Romieikon, is a Jamaican dancehall influencer, producer, recording artist and songwriter. Beginning his career in the latter years of the 2000 decade, where he pursed being a disco-jock under the moniker 'DJRomiie' while attending Cornwall College high school in Montego-Bay St James.