Ocho Rios is known as the tourist capital of Jamaica, and will soon be known as the home town of G Cole, aka Gregory Cole. He credits Dennis Brown, Beres Hammond, and Babyface as his major influences. G Cole moved to Florida in 1997 intending to study law, though he has not completely ruled it out, he is currently focused on his music. G Cole has also worked behind the music scenes, writing for artists such as; Singing Melody, Selena Serrano, and more. His debut album “This Music Vol 1. Return to Vintage” was released in 2007, and now after a lot of touring, and promoting with his band (The Wraps and Kush Band), he returns with a brand new Album titled “Ocho Rios”. The first singles “Make up”, on the Liquid Raindrops riddim, “When I” on the Conversation riddim, and the title track “Ocho Rios” on the Thank You riddim are creating monster waves right now. This Album features some of reggaes top producers including Jason (J-Vibe) Farmer, Vinni Hamilton, and Johnny Wonder/Junior Blender/Adde Instrumentals. G Cole is making great strides in becoming a household name, wowing audiences across the United States, and the Caribbean, with his live performances. He, along with his band, “The Wraps and Kush Band”, has shared the stage with artists such as Ziggy, Stephen, & Damian Marley, Gentleman, , Sizzla, Capleton, Etana, Jill Scott, Diana Ross, Billy Ocean, Hugh Masekela, etc. He just returned from Europe from a two week promotional media tour. “Ocho Rios” is now available on Itunes, Amazon, and all music outlets. Both albums are more than worthy of joining any music lover’s CD collection, and there is no doubt that this voice will be around for a long time. Listen for G Cole coming through your radio, and to a stage near you.
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