Movin On – Ania Hoo

Teaming up with legendary engineer/producer David Kennedy (under the name KongoRed – Fred Locks, Sizzla, Ronin Tafari) Ania penned and performed ” Movin On”. A Lover’s Rock filled with her sultry take on being able to accept the reality of change and disappointment.

Movin On

Giving my time to you
Now you want me to give my mind to you

Why can’t I just be me
Know you want me to change my personality
And all you want me to is what’s good for you
But now all you say I got an attitude
I gave you everything
I’m not here for the diamond rings
I don’t care about material things
If it’s gonna get me, nowhere

Movin on
Movin on
Movin on
With or without you
Im Movin on
Said im movin on
Movin on
With or without you

I’m rocking, I’m rolling, I’m living
I’m stopping to think how I’m giving
I’m doing my own thing finally
You’re either with me or behind me

I’m rocking and dancing
I’m moving, romancing
if you can’t keep up, you better get rid of me

Movin on
Movin on
Movin on
With or without you

Im Movin on
Said im movin on
Movin on
With or without you

Ania Hoo

33A Publishing/Nkasa Masai Music 2020

Ania Hoo

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Revoluters – Spring Wata

Artwork for release

“Black people must take responsibility.

Black must unite and fight corrupt leaders who run down their country and run to IMF as if IMF is father Christmas.

We need to look inwards otherwise we’ll continuously remain economically colonized and loose our place in history….We must take a stand

yours truly..”

Dalton Jackson aka Spring Wata..                   Revoluters



ARTIST PROFILE- Dalton “Spring Wata” Jackson

PROFILE- Dalton “Spring Wata” Jackson

Dalton Damion Jackson, also known as “Spring Wata” was born on May, 19 1981 at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital in Kingston, Jamaica and grew up in the community of Cassia Park. He attended Cleve Grant Basic and Swallow Field All-Age Schools.

In the year 2008, “Spring Wata” was diagnosed with Discoid lupus. This caused him to be admitted in critical condition at the Kingston Public Hospital for four months. However, through the grace of the almighty and his strong will to live, he was discharged leaving doctors and other patients in awe. Seeing that he, being alive today is nothing short of a miracle, Spring Wata is even more driven to accept his second chance at life and step towards his destiny.

Due to his condition and strict instructions to limit his exposure to sunlight, he had to discontinue his trade in construction. He then turned to music and has not looked back. His good friend, Roger Robinson, who also goes by the stage moniker, “G’Ovany,” built a recording studio and he used this as his opportunity to hone his craft. In 2011 the love of music manifested and he began to seriously pursue a career as a recording artist after recording his first track entitled “I Never” produced by Rokwon production.

With a unique voice and superb writing skills, he has managed to compose music under the reggae and dancehall genre. With this magnificent talent he is responsible for constructing and writing some of the hits we hear today, from some of our popular entertainers, most notably Fantan Mojah, whose hit “Rasta Got Soul” is one of his biggest songs to date.

With his persistence and his confidence, Spring Wata got his first major experience in the year 2014, at Noddy Virtue’s birth night bash in St Elizabeth where he performed to rave reviews. Later that year Spring Wata gave the fans his first professional set backed by the Gangalee Band at Louie Culture’s “Portland Splash.

“Give thanks for life and the giver of life,” his favorite quote, Spring Wata proceeds towards his destiny to compose positive music and exhibiting a positive influence on the youths. Even though his music speaks for itself he insists to those who intend to pursue a career as a professional recording artist, to “keep doing good music and never give up.”

Inspired by some of our greats such as Bob Marley, Garnet Silk and international artists such as Michael Jackson and R Kelly, he is slowly, but surely cutting a piece of the pie for himself.

His mentors are, but not limited to, Turbulence, Dean Frazer, Winston “Bo Pee” Bowen, Half Pint and most recently Lt. Stitchie. Their words of wisdom and encouragement, mixed with some sharp rebukes have definitely prepared him for that big break.

Currently working on his first EP and the release of his 3rd music video, Roses, Spring Wata has managed to capitalize on the hunger for good music and forming a fan base of his own on a local and international scale, thanks to radio play by some of our most popular local radio stations, internet radio, disc jockeys/ sound system operators and social media. He has been working assiduously with production companies both local and abroad.

Besides playing football and reading, he enjoys writing and recording music; most of his spare time is spent in the studio at Rokwon, Frenz4Real, Legendary and Bobbie Digital recording studios.