Lt. Stitchie has had a successful year. In 2017 alone, he’s performed in several countries on different continents, doing both secular and gospel events, while maintaining his integrity and beliefs. Some of the territories that he worked in the last twelve months, include: Trinidad & Tobago, Colombia, Nigeria, Guyana, Canada, Grand Cayman, and that is just to name a few.
In addition to traveling and doing live shows, Lt. Stitchie has committed a lot of time to working on his album, a project which will be released in early 2018. The album has collaborations with some of reggae and dancehall’s most respected artists: Agent Sasco aka Assassin, Fantan Mojah, Million Stylez, Lukie D and Ricky Stereo.
Not known to be one to slow down, The Governor (as he is affectionately called) has also enjoyed some special features this year. One of which was a BBC Radio 1 Xtra centered on reggae legends. He was joined by King Jammy, Josey Wales and Beenie Man for this presentation. Another high point in 2017 was having a well-known Nigerian gospel singer, Mbomboyo, remake “Jehovah,” which was originally written, performed and released by Lt. Stitchie.
As 2017 comes to an end, Lt. Stitchie is now shooting videos for a few of his songs while simultaneously preparing for his album release. For more information on working with this artist, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call / text / whatsapp: 876.313.6319