MIAMI – Atlanta-Jamaican dancehall/reggae great, Ambassador Stitchie is set to inspire the masses with his new CD release, Real Life Story on his Drum & Bass Music label. This multiple Caribbean Gospel Music Marlin Award winner’s latest CD is his personal testimonial. He sings about inner city life and uses the music of the culture that helped to shape him as the backdrop.
Ambassador Stitchie offers inner city solutions with latest CD
Stitchie was the first dancehall artist to be signed to a major U.S. label and has charted on Billboard. After surviving a near fatal car accident, this musical legend realized that he was blessed with the special gift of music and that it shouldn’t be taken for granted. After this realization, Stitchie decided to show his appreciation to God by using his music to inspire others.
He wants his music to touch everyone, but he is particularly focused on listeners who come from a disadvantage background like him. This is why he decided to stay true to his dancehall/reggae roots and this gives authenticity and credibility to his music.
Real Life Story will make a connection with fans of dancehall/reggae music. This CD will also inspire those who may feel there isn’t a voice out there that can identify and understand the challenges they go through everyday. With his music Stitchie like to say, “I offer a scriptural solution in a practical way.”
In correlation with the CD release of Real Life Story, Stitchie will headline a concert on July 21 at the Harvest Fire Worship Center, 2260 NW 183rd St, Miami Gardens, Florida at 7:00pm.