Fort Lauderdale, Florida: In response to the unprecedented performance of Jamaica's Track & Field athletes at the 29th Olympics in Beijing, China, Highah Seekah has recorded a new song, Set The Goal Get The Gold, to commemorate their success.
There have been many 'tribute' songs from many Reggae and Dancehall artists since the 2008 Olympics concluded but Highah Seekah's is unique. The song not only revisits the historic and world-record setting Track & Field moments of the likes of Shelly-Ann Frasier, Usain 'lightning' Bolt and other members of the Jamaican team that took place in 'The Bird's Nest,' but also looks ahead to the future of Jamaica, urging that "with this new national pride and zeal, let it be good and lasting for real" and to "..Use this time, Jah bless and renew this time" to "improve financially, economically and all sorts..." Such are some of sentiments of the song.
Download Set The Goal Get The Gold, with its clear, catchy lyrics and smooth delivery at www.myspace.com/highahseekah.
Highah Seekah is the Reggae Festival Guide 2007 Reggae Artist on the Rise. He was born in Savanna-la-mar, Westmoreland, Jamaica on August 6, 1980 and after his first 12 years of life, his parents migrated their family to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, in 1993. He now looks to take his music to the world stage and will appear on Royal Inity Records' Mad Notes Riddim compilation Cd with "Body Mind & Soul." Mad Notes also features artists such as Luciano, Natty King, Jah Mason, Lutan Fyah, Gentleman, Khari Kill and Virgin Island artists such as Binghi Ghost, Pressure, Ras Attitude, Niyorah, and Batch.