Singjay Melloquence is currently pushing his breakout single “Party Tun Up.”
The singer collaborate with Serani on the feel good single produced by Switzerland’s Johnny Roxx.
“This will show the world who Melloquence is and what I am capable of delivering as an artiste,” Melloquence said. “It’s a song which is fitting for the summer as it gives off a happy feeling.”
Melloquence also recently collaborated with dancehall’s energy god Elephant Man on a track titled “Hold Me.”
“Hold Me is one of those songs that a DJ can play in a dance and get the females to ‘bruk out’ while, at the same time, it’s radio friendly and commercial enough to be played at a family event and buss the place,” the 26-year-old singer said. “It’s just a ‘feel good’ song and right now the music needs that.”
Melloquence, whose real name is Ramone Drake, gain recognition in 2008 when he was named in the top 10 of the popular TV talent show Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall.