Tommy Lee Sparta reveals 15 Dancehall Artists Collab “Brighter Days” which took 3 Years

Tommy Lee Sparta proves it took him three years to record “Brighter Days” with over 12 dancehall artists.

Jamaica embraced one of “the greatest collaborations in dancehall history,” according to many. In the aftermath of an increase in violence and crime in Jamaica, the song “Brighter Days” features up to 15 Jamaican artists promoting peace, solidarity, and love.

Tommy Lee Sparta, Julian Marley, Bounty Killer, Jahvillani, Gyptian, Anthony B, Dre Island, Maestro Don, Kiprich, Turbulence, Wasp, Zj Liquid, Leaha, and Mr. Pike are among the artists spotlighted on “Brighter Days,” which was produced by Silver Birds Records. This was released on Friday.

The dancehall deejay has been in and out of police custody over the years, and was eventually sentenced to three years in prison last month for charged with possessing a firearm and ammunition.

Tommy Lee Sparta, who was recently sentenced to three years in prison for unlawfully possessing firearms and ammunition, is said to have initiated the collaboration.

My past will never dictate my future. My spirit will never be broken. My faith will never be lost. Because even throughout my darkest days, I know that BRIGHTER DAYS are ahead.Over three years ago I had this ambitious idea to create a song that includes over 12 Jamaican artists promoting peace and unity. And with the help and determination of @Chambahmusic. @mrpikemusic, a number of other influential and committed artists, we were able to make this dream a reality.

Tommy Lee Sparta posted on IG

Dancehall artists have been faulted for encouraging violence in their music, but Tommy Lee noted in this song,

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“This is not game, a lot things me do, me just a do it fi entertain … now it’s time to love and spread love and make it rain.”

Junior Chambah Stevens, co-founder of Silver Birds Records, told the media that Tommy Lee, a profound thinker, proposed including the 15 entertainers after being influenced by the classic 1985 Micheal Jackson and Lionel Richie song “We Are The World.”

The song seems to be just the kind of music Jamaica needs as it continues to battle the crime and violence menace.

The post’s comments section was flooded with fire emojis and support for the song’s message.