INTERNATIONAL REGGAE ARTIST VILLOH
Orville Lawrence A.K.A. Villoh, born in Kingston and raised in St. Mary and St. Thomas, Jamaica was a track star and football player during his school days.
Villoh has been writing and performing music from a very render age. He was the “go to” man for school devotions and functions. He loves to entertain; however, he started his musical career professionally in October of 2013. Since then he has written and recorded a plethora of singles including “Last Day”, “Summer Master”, “Addictive”, just to name a few.
“I became a reggae and dancehall artist because of the struggles I have been through. There are so many ways to impact society and the generation of today, and I believe music is the best avenue to get the message of love and peace across. I want my music to be able to uplift and motivate every single living being on earth”, stated the international reggae and dancehall artist.
Villoh has worked with various artists and producers including Sly and Robbie, J Cannon, Charlie Pro and others. The international artist is always excited of the vast number of people he can reach through his music regardless of age, beliefs, race, or nationality. His belief is that good reggae music will reach out to you right across the globe.
Voluntary work is not strange to Villoh. He has performed for a number of events for schools and communities. He expressed that he loves to volunteer for a good cause and looks forward to doing more voluntary work as he makes his stamp in the music industry.
His future plan is to take reggae and dancehall music to another level and introduce the soothing sounds to spaces and corners it has never been heard.