International artiste/producer/disc jock ZJ Liquid recently releases the video for his hit single “Life In The Ghetto.”

The single, produced by Damage Musiq, is the ninth single off his Point A View Album which was released in October and is available for purchase on all digital stores including iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon via Johnny Wonder 21st.

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The video was shot on locations in Cassava Piece, Kingston, and St Catherine. Life In The Ghetto was shot and directed by Staxckslife and ZJ Liquid himself.  It was officially released on ZJ Liquid Vevo channel two weeks ago.

“The video looks incredible, we did it in Cassava Piece, around Kingston, and in Portmore St Catherine. The storyline was well told, it’s a very simple concept about Life In The Ghetto”, said ZJ Liquid.

The music video can be seen on YouTube and will be released to all major television and cable networks in Jamaica, the Caribbean, and the rest of the world.

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“I believe this song will go very far, even tap into MAINSTREAM because it just has that feeling and motivation towards the people. Everyone who knows what is ghetto life knows this is reality”,


The artiste who is currently promoting his 14 tracks album is confident that he will be doing greater things in 2021.

I’ve done a lot of work, touring and putting out albums and singles that were well received, and I’m very grateful for all the support that I’ve received,” he said.

“Each year I try to learn and grow more and as I continue to build my brand and spread my message, and I’m looking forward to doing even more work in 2021. I’m sure it will be another successful year for me,” he said.

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