Lullaby: Reggae’s next top performer
Lullaby - Fi di girls
By Patrick Maitland
Afew weeks since the release of his debut album entitled “Lullaby fi de girls,” Lullaby aka Ainsley Walcott is now the talk-of-the-town.
Lullaby who placed second in the ‘New York Reggae Rising Star 2007’ competition continues to be very popu-lar especially among the girls.
He is very pleased with the sales of his album in New York and plans to expand the distribution to Jamaica and other Caribbean islands. “I am encour-aged and motivated by the responses of the people,” he noted.
The Jamaican born entertainer, started singing at the tender age of five years old in the church and at school functions.
Lullaby wrote his first song at age thirteen and has written over fifty songs for himself and other artistes.
He said his career has been inspired by several Jamaican entertainers includ-ing the late Bob Marley, Beres Hammond, Sanchez and Ed Robinson.
With his smooth sounds and unique style he has gained much popularity in the Jamaican community.
He started recording professionally at age 16 and has performed alongside the likes of Leroy Sibbles, Everton Blender and Sugar Minott.
Lullaby has displayed energetic enthusiasm and discipline, and is expected to be reggae next top per-former
Lullaby aka Ainsley Walcott Jamaican born, started singing at the tender age of five years old in church and in school functions. Lullaby wrote his first song at age thirteen and has written many songs for himself and other artists. Inspired by THE LATE GREAT BOB MARLEY , Jamaican singing sensation SANCHEZ, Ed ROBINSON and many other outstanding influential artists. With his smooth sounds and unique style he as gain much popularity worldwide. Lullaby started recording professionally at the age of sixteen, and has performed alongside the likes of Leroy Sibbles, Everton Blender, Sugar minott, just to name a few. 2007 New York reggae Rising Star secound place winner. With reggae's greats' mentors , Lullaby has displayed the energetic enthusiasm to make it to the highest of heights in the music biz.
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