Raising stars Dotta Coppa and The Rizing went National and got featured in the Jamaican Star newspaper, one of the biggest paper inna Jamaica, check it out and catch up with some of their latest tunes!
Jamaica-born Liverpool Football Club winger Raheem Sterling has musical goals in sight. The international footballer was recently in Jamaica for seven days, and during his short vacation, the young star took the opportunity to dabble into music, producing a song for up-and-coming dancehall artistes The Rizing and Dotta Coppa.
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The song is called “Young Ghetto Star” and is based on Sterling’s rise to success. Sterling hails from the inner-city community of Maverley and is seen as an inspiration to several of the youths in the community.
“This (song) is basically telling others that they can be what they want to be but they have to work hard at it and maybe they can be like the next Sterling. Same way wi a put in hard work in our music and will someday be household names,” The Rizing told THE STAR.
He also showed his fondness for the football star.
“Is a youth wey love people and yuh can talk to him at all times. Once yuh recognise him, yuh can approach him because dem man deh nuh hype pon people. Plus, he is a future youth meaning that him care bout people future and him look out for others, suh a whol’ heap more things a guh come from this,” he said.
The Rizing met Sterling through acquaintance with his stepfather who resides in Maverley and the artiste revealed that there was immediate chemistry.
“I hang out at Maverley a lot and that is how we finally met and wi chat and par and guh clubs because dem man deh love party to, a real youth man,” he said.real deal