F.Y.A born in Waterhouse Kingston Jamaica Nov.25.85, he has officially hit the music scene with his electrifying and energetic words of wisdom in his music message. Some called him fya, blazing fya nonetheless he is like a young Luciano the messenger. Ever seen with his trademark colors of red yellow and green on him. F.Y.A has been a true upcoming messenger of reggae music teaching and uplifting fans wherever he goes. He has learned to use his experiences after been a product of the ghetto facing enormous hardships and constant violence to turn it around and use it in a more powerful and encouraging way. Through this type of real and raw music of the things going on in the world he has gain the respect and love of a lot of people because they can relate and understand his music. He currently live in the US and steadily doing his music while going to college, as he is not only an educated young man but also versatile .He is presently unsigned and doing business with Jamny productions (jamnyproductions.com). He is a strong advocate of teaching, of the political and social issues that goes on in the life of the people whether it has to deal with race or religion as he believe in unity for all. He is fun and open-minded and always can be seen in the studio making music for every ears or trying something new in the music to pursue is point. I am with no doubt in my mind that he will be a force to reckon with in the music industry. His music can be fun, serious but always sending a message. His music is the cross between a Capleton and Sizzla type of music as they are is number one influence in the music fraternity. He also enjoys the likes of Beres Hammond, Turbulence, Beenie man, Munga, Lutan Fyah, Natural blacks, Jimmy Cliff etc. “LIVE LIFE, LOVE LIFE”.
one single so far has he potential in been a constant radio circulating single, plays on the radio getting its exposure slowly but promise.
- MONEY YOUTHS WANT ( discussing the issues of life in the Caribbean Island of Jamaica and also , represent those who live in community that the government turn their back on)