Ricardo Rawal

Jamaican born UK dancehall artist Ricardo Rawal drops new EP ‘Fever’

In Reggae & Dancehall by Nick Russell

Grabbing some attention with his brand new release, Ricardo Rawal is earning his stripes in UK dancehall with his new EP ‘Fever’. Danceable, and featuring rich and interesting melodies, ‘Fever’ consists of five tracks which don’t stick to a uniform sound, with Rawal crediting Jamaican artist Koffee for her Grammy winning EP as a main influence! Offering a racey and seductive energy, he dedicates this project to his biggest female supporters, and is extremely proud to share it with his all his fans! 
Having grown up in a small community on the outskirts of St Catherine in Jamaica, he moved to London at a young age and grew up listening to and playing sound systems, dreaming of being a sound system selector. Despite this, football was his main focus until 2014, when he decided music was his calling. Ricardo uses music as a form of expression, sharing his journey and life experiences; whilst he writes music for himself, he wants to resonate with others, which enables him to connect with his fans and work with a range of artists within the industry.  Ricardo has toured with Jada Kingdom during her first UK tour sharing the stage with the likes of Afro B and The RaRa. He also supported Tanto Black and Lutan Fyah at their show in London. He is currently on a five date tour of the United Kingdom, kicking it off in culture rich city, Manchester! 

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