Fast rising dancehall artiste Rickey Teetz has landed major collaboration with dancehall star I Octane. The single, 'Holding Firm', is produced by ZJ Dymond, and was released a week ago on the Full Chaarge Records label, to rave reviews from music critics and fans.
"The song is about never giving up regardless where you come from or what's going on in your life. The feedback from this collaboration has just spectacular so far and the fans say this a genuine song that they can relate to," Rickey Teetz said.
I Octane will be touring England this month, while Rickey Teetz will be performing at Orange Dancehall Queen on the 14th of May and Crab Fest on the 21st.
The year 2015 was a productive one for Rickey Teetz as he made his second consecutive performance at Dancehall Night at the prestigious Reggae Sumfest 2015 in Montego Bay and then he made his debut at Sting 2015 at Jamworld in Portmore in December.
Rickey Teetz is known for songs such as 'Tip Yuh' which has generated over a million hits on youtube, as well as dancehall favourites 'Nah Go Talk' and '6:30 Walk'. He also got excellent rotation on radio with 'Thug Luv' in 2015.
Known for his street-hustler anthems and his fashion swag, Teetz emerged as one of the top dancehall prospects in the industry in 2015.
He made a much-talked-about appearance on CVM TV's 'Onstage', and he was featured on IRIE FM's 'The Buzz', two of Jamaica's premier entertainment programmes.
The year 2015 has been successful, and 2016 promises even great prospects for one of Jamaica's rising dancehall stars.
"Right now, we are gearing up for a busy Summer because the shows are coming in, and the song, Holding Firm, is picking up steam in the Caribbean," he said.