Enzoh takes ‘church singing’ to reggae and dancehall

Jamaican entertainer, Enzoh

Enzoh is hoping to take a passion for singing that started in the church into the Jamaican entertainment sphere as he seeks to use his brand of reggae/dancehall music to inspire others.

The entertainer grew up in a musically gifted family, and he honed his skills through the encouragement of his grandparents, who cajoled him into performing for church members, developing his love for music in the process.

Enzoh, however, did not confine his interest only to music, as he was also successful academically, having earned a Bachelor of Science degree in economics. He has also shown his philanthropic side, as for many years he has travelled with various charity groups, volunteering his talent in service to the poor and less fortunate.

His passion, however, is music, and he has been receiving success with his latest single, Come Over, that is currently getting airplay in Jamaica and overseas. The accompanying music video, in which Enzoh sings to his lady love, is also doing well.

Come Over is the second single released by Enzoh on the independent JUB Records label, which is based in California, United States. Owned by Michael Chang, the label also released Enzoh’s first single, which is a collaboration with Busy Signal, titled Sober.