Dancehall Tours - hosted by Pantason - Episode 13 - Jahvillani
Welcome to Dancehall Tours a series where we interview artists about how cannabis plays a part in their music.
Today our host Pantason interviews Jamaican Dancehall artiste Jahvillani. By the time Dujon Edwards graduated from Ocho Rios High School, St Ann, in 2011, with seven CSEC subjects, he had already settled on his career choice. Four years later, Edwards, going by the stage name Jahvillani, has matured into a promising deejay.
The deejay's musical journey started in primary school, when he was 10 years old and loved to create beats on the desks in his classroom. Spurred on by encouragement from family and friends and heavily influenced by dancehall stalwarts such as Buju Banton, Vybz Kartel and Shabba Ranks, Jahvillani firmly committed himself to doing music. Over the past couple of years, Jahvillani has continued his musical assault in Dancehall. Monster hits such as “Wileside Government,” “Clarks Pon Foot,” “Nuh Reason” and “Rubberband” have instilled him as a fan favorite.