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Jamaican Reggae R&B artist Sevana wants to be left alone: Watch ‘Lowe Mi’

After dealing with a traumatic experience involving a vehicular collision that led to someone’s death, it seems famous Reggae R&B artist Sevana is back to what she loves and living peacefully. Last week, the Jamaican singer-songwriter delivered sultry harmonic vibes to tell a story of escaping darkness and the journey of wanting to be left alone.


She was born in the Savanna-la-Mar, Jamaica, a town where an eighteenth-century fort constructed for colonial defence against pirates in the Caribbean stands. The town is in Westmoreland, the same place she enjoys a swim in a red bikini. Watch the six-day-old music video for ‘Lowe Mi’ below.


The track was produced by Pantha, a Jamaican-born creator (producer-songwriter). He has produced songs like ‘Freedom Fighter’ and ‘Cool as the Breeze’ for fellow Jamaican artist Chronixx.

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