Sagitarr – BIOGRAPHY

Sagitarr is the dynamic talent which will be flooding the ear drums of the world beyond this lifetime. This energetic and young Jamaican consistently gets positive feedback from any producer or music enthusiast  about his talent when working in the studio. Sagitarr’s music spans an interesting mix of reggae, alternative, hip hop, r &b and dancehall. His uncanny ability to provide variety in both his voice and style, makes it possible for him to maximize his potential to excel in any genre of music

Sagitarr, who hails from Palmer’s Cross in Clarendon, Jamaica,  has been singing ever since he has known himself. This naturally talented young man, self-taught  on the guitar and the piano, believes that his ability to stun the audience is a true gift from God. He comes from a family of musicians as his father Lascelles Beckford aka Guitsy, now deceased, was a well known guitarist and his mother also sang professionally during her career. He started singing at school concerts and also community events from a young age, going by the name “Shuga Ants” at the time. He later changed his name to Sagitarr, derived from the zodiac sign Sagittarius, and has been using that name since.

Sagitarr names his father, Michael Jackson, Al Green and Vybz Kartel among his main influences to his style of music. He has been doing music professionally since 2012 and made a significant breakthrough in 2015 with his “Usain Bolt Anthem” that was endorsed by the fastest man in the world himself.  He been breaking down barriers since then with songs like “You and Me”, “So Sexy”, “A Nuh Sin Dat“, “Highest Grade” and “One Draw” going into heavy rotation on several media platforms worldwide.

Sagitarr is currently signed to Ryan Singh of Moby’s Records and is on track to become a household name in the music industry. His main goal is to become the first artist to create a number one hit track in all genres.

Social Media

 

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If You Enjoy Our Updates Please Make A Donation To Help Keep Our Site Going

You might also like

Comments