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"A Little Bit More CD Review"

G-Whizz's single "Music" -- about the important role music plays in society -- was the very first tune we heard across the Deeboz Muzik's produced "A Little Bit More" riddim, before this 12 track one-riddim set reached us. We classified "Music" as a real nice tune...

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"A Little Bit More CD Review"

"Then we hear Music by the silky- voiced G Whizz, another successful good time anthem" - Angus Taylor (http://www.reggaenews.co.uk/

"G Whizz - What A Singer"


G WHIZZ, IS NORMALLY a descriptive word in instances blurted out by Jamaicans to show astonishment. But, in the case of singer Garland Rowe, also known as G Whizz, it is the kind of reaction he wants fans to have when he performs.

Originally from Linstead, St. Catherine, the 22 year-old multi-talented singer, songwriter and composer got started in the business performing at local contests staged in and around his area. "I got started ultimately from in school but when I left school I started entering some talent contests ... things like Tastee Talent Search, Traxx Star Search, Digicel Rising Star - I touch it once and that was my starting point in my career, me entering some contests and winning them of course."

His newest single entitled, Those Days Are No More on the Spiritual Warfare rhythm has been enjoying favourable rotation on popular radio stations. The rhythm features a host of other dancehall and reggae superstars. On the prowl, G Whizz has done four music videos in less than a year. These include Hush, She's Hot, Ghetto Life and Ease My Mind.

Although still in the freshman year of his career, G Whizz has covered numerous perfor-mances locally. So far he has made special appear-ances on CVM's Tha Party, the Miss Jamaica Universe coro-nation show, Backyaad, and Fully Loaded 2003.


G Whizz attributes versatility to his style of delivery as what differen-tiates G Whizz from other singers. "My style is the versatility and thing because I try to do a wide variety of music, I do R&B, reggae, I do the hardcore dancehall tunes, I even do souls. But most of the artiste they just stuck in one particular type of music so my music range is wide, I try to capture from the old to the young - just everybody." G Whizz added.

International pop superstar Michael Jackson, reggae icon Bob Marley, dancehall superstar Wayne Wonder and singer Tony Curtis are among G Whizz's inspiration.

With a genuine passion for the music and determination, G Whizz wants to take his musical career to its zenith. "So far a pure positive response nothing negative ... I can see that the people are with me so far and so I plan to take it to the highest heights, everybody wants the Grammy, to appear on BET and MTV so yeah man me want reach dem stage deh right now."

He add with high hopes and expectations, G Whizz wants to be remembered as a great artiste. "When I finish all of this and retire (which is not soon) yuh done know I want to be looked on as a great artiste - somebody that come into this business and add something to it, something different, yuh done know you gonna want the house out of it and the car, to set yuh family and set yuh self."

- The Jamaica Star Online

"Teen Entertainment"

Red Stripe Big Break Competition
Kevin Jackson , Observer writer
Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Other finalists in the Red Stripe Big Break competition were Anatalee, G-WHIZZ, Uton, Shane Steel, Million Stylez, Cleveland Cathnott, Jallanzo, Mona Lisa, Gary Gold, Michael Andrew and Devon Smooth.

The Red Stripe Big Break competition, an idea born out of the studios of Irie FM, has been staged for five years now, and has launched the careers of several successful artistes, including Abijah, Nadz and Perfect.

- Jamaican Observer


Music - single (A Little Bit More riddim)
Pray - single (Hold Tight riddim)
Those Days Are No More - single (Spiritual Warfare riddim)
Blue Seam Red Seam - single
Ghetto Life - single
No More War - single
Treat Her Like A lady - single
Love is Wonderful feat Turbulence - single
Beware - single (Eclipse riddim)
Break Free - Feat Nanko & Atomic



The Jamaican Star says, "G WHIZZ, IS NORMALLY a descriptive word in instances blurted out by Jamaicans to show astonishment. But, in the case of singer Garland Rowe, also known as G Whizz, it is the kind of reaction he wants fans to have when he performs." Born on the tropical island of Jamaica , renown for its bauxite, lush vegetation, exquisite beaches and rich musical heritage, G-Whizz focus is to build on this legacy and in time find a place among the greats. His greatest inspiration is Bob Marley. Hailed as a rising star, the 22 year old singer, songwriter and composer diverse talent encapsulates Reggae, R&B & Dancehall displaying such versatility second to none. At this early stage in his career, his delivery and vocal style shows a depth of talent that legendary artiste Johnny “Mr. Buda-Bye” Osbourne commented, “He is ready”.

The passion for music is a natural for G-Whizz. As a lead male vocalist on the school choir he was awarded a Certificate for Outstanding Achievement in Music while attending Vauxhall High. Upon graduation, he participated in several talent shows hoping that the exposure would take him a step closer in realizing his lifelong dream. After the airing of an interview on a local Jamaican Cable station in which he displayed his talent, G-Whizz was offered a management deal by his current manager, Lloyd Campbell.

The 3 years since his association with Lloyd has been very productive. A blossoming relationship with the Barrett brothers, Kevin and John sons of the great bassist Aston "Familyman" Barrett has led to extensive studio work at Fams House Studio. In the process it has also provided opportunities for him to record with other producers and doing collaborations with the likes of Turbulence, Bling Dawg, Norris Man & Nanko.

The year 2006 ended on a high note. Performances alongside Bounty Killa, Movado, Bling Dawg, Etana, Kiprich, Hitlist, Aidonia on the National School Tour Against Violence unequivocally characterized G-Whizz's artisty. Ultimately he was chosen as one of the nominees for the 1st ANNUAL JOE HIGGS MUSIC AWARD in the "Best New Artist" category subsequently won by Gyptian.

2007 continued where 2006 left off. Extensive promotion and publicity work includes in house & phone interviews in JA and the US, non stop live performances in every parish throughout JA, playing at many of the major shows & clubs including Asylum, Village Cafe, Lime Light, Back Yard, Cooyah scholarship event, Tempo, Be Mobile back to school, Club Irresistible, the Hilton, Temptation Live, Fully Loaded and the National School Tour Against Violence '06. Video’s for his songs Blue Seam Red Seam, Hush, Ghetto Life, Ease My Mind, Those Days Are No More, Shake It Up and Like A Lady are currently in rotation on CVM TV, TV J, R.E. TV, Hype TV, FIWI TV and Music Plus.

As G-Whizz journeys in his quest to make positive music for the upliftment of all peoples, check him out as one of featured artist singing “Music” on the recently released riddim driven CD entitled, “A Little Bit More” a Deeboz Muzik production. Featured alongside notably artists, Lutan Fyah, Chezidek, Lukie D, Tony Curtis & others, G-Whizz track has received raved reviews and is currently in heavy rotation on radio stations throughout the world.

G-Whizz has a sound......G-Whizz is now......G-Whizz is ready!!!!!