Indie Allen 'protected' by King's musicFeb 16th, 2020 | Category: News & Features | 5:06
FEBRUARY 16, 2020; Just before he hits the Jamaica Rum Festival stage later this month, reggae music artiste Indie Allen will release Protected, his most spiritual single to date. As special as the song is expected to be, coming from a Rastafarian musician with soulful vocals, the upcoming single is more distinctive than that – as the first production for which Allen must credit his father. As is the testament of many local entertainers, Allen's enjoyment of parental support was eventual – fully formed after incremental steps to success. "My parents wanted me to do law at first," the singer told The Gleaner.
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