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Inner Voice: How Sweet Thou Hath On Earth

Inner Voice, a Jamaican singer, has a whopping inner voice which is just amazing.

With December bursting its festive blooms, there is the opportunity to- not only feel the Christmas breeze, but hear the melodious sounds of Inner Voice.

The Trelawny born, St. Catherine- based crooner has given his fans Beautiful Day, a song for all. This has left many astound.

“Inner Voice is no ordinary artiste. I have the lyrical artillery to inspire and to unite the world.”

“Just think of my lyrics as captivating as the landscape of Jamaica; the seven miles of white sanded beach. The beauty of the hillside and mountains at the dawn of day, and the fascination which comes with sunset across the ocean as night begins to unfold.

“Two of my songs which will work magic to your ears and soul include Beautiful Day.

“I chose this theme because I know it allows people to see a positive change in their lives.

“There is also Love and Unity, a song which speaks about the action of rising above one’s adversities.

“It is time Inner Voice gets the opportunity to perform abroad.

“My profound producers, Donroy and Savoy Donaldson, Donroy Muziq, is full hundred supporting my career and endorsing my brand.”

Inner voice, born Colin Russell, attended Mona High school in Kingston, Jamaica.

“I got my first break in music performing in church and schools. Scores of fans keep saying I am one of the best they have heard, The world is waiting to find this Inner Voice which makes a big difference.”

Inner Voices’ single is included on the seven-track Mankind Riddim Compilation album with six other glorious songs, including Nana EQs’ “God’s Blessings,” Genna1s’ ” You Change Me,” Jah Thunders’ ” Mankind Mean,” and Abulanis’ “Don’t Put Your Trust in Mankind.”

Supa Pea

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