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Posted: September 13, 2010
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Ikaya’s all-island trek continues!!!!


The singjay who delivered a successful performance in Portmore on Saturday is gearing up for May Pen in Clarendon on the 25th and Junction, St Elizabeth on October 2.


Ikaya’s all-island trek is a part of Digicel’s Roadshow promotion.


Meanwhile the singjay is currently enjoying rotation on radio and television for singles such as Amber Alert, These Tears and Hard Way.


With the body of work already completed and much more to be expected, Ikaya is working feverishly in the studio to produce and create musically history for her fans.


Ikaya blazed onto the scene in 2001 on Capleton’s “Fire” on the Martial Arts Riddim produced by Kings of Kings. On the track the young Ikaya belts out an excellent hook providing a good combination for the “Fireman” when he was at his prime.

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