Since its creation some five decades ago, the reggae industry has seen many female star lights. From its very first, being Millie Small to its current reigning queen, Marcia Griffiths, the Jamaican soundscape has spawned few talented entertainers that exude the versatility found in the burgeoning artist named Ieye.

After nurturing her talent within her community at weddings, church activities and other such events, neighbors, friends, and fans encouraged her to enter a national contest, and the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission’s Festival Song Competition became her first weight set by fate..

After rounding out the competition as a finalist, her voice and flair caught the ears and eyes of legendary starmaker, Clifton “Specialist” Dillon, noted for catapulting Dancehall Reggae into the international mainstream with talents such as Shabba Ranks and Dancehall Femme Fatal Lady Patra.

Within three months of their initial meeting Ieye began working on her first full length album project as a signed artist of the spanking new Shengen Clan Imprint, an indie label spearheaded by Clifton “Specialist” Dillon and Italian Reggae Star/producer Alborosie.

The debut release dubbed “FeverGrass” is without a doubt a dose of musical medicine, sure to cure the sore need for fresh music, as we sip this new sound. With over twenty tracks currently in the mix, the project evolves along the entire urban music spectrum.
From reggae, dancehall, RnB, neo-soul to afro-folk, Ieye nurtures each track with such instinctive creativity, the album will serve up a palate guaranteed to whet the appetite of even the most discerning music lover.