Capleton’s Brother, Hitech Cavaley Eyes Success With Do’h Free It Up

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Dancehall artist Hitech Cavaley anticipates great success for his soon to be released single titled Do’h Free It Up. The hard hitting Dancehall track, which was produced by Princess Taylor of Princess Productions and Hitech Cavaley, is scheduled to be released on iTunes in the first week of February.

Hitech Cavaley who is the younger brother of veteran Dancehall star Capleton said he is confident that Do’h Free It Up will put his name in the spotlight. “Since I recorded this song I’ve been getting a lot of positive feedback about it. It’s a really good song, Do’h Free It Up is for all the independent women. The kind of women who keep it real and don’t fall for guys who are trying to trick them with sweet talk and lies,” said the artist.

The supporting music video for Do’h Free It Up which was directed by Princess Taylor and filmed by Todd Anthony Walker of Pertinent Pictures, is also slated to be released in February. “I want my fans to look out for my video, it’s hot, and I know they are going to love it.” The talented deejay whose real name is Delroy Bailey is currently working on a number of projects, including an album titled Fully Loaded Street Code which is slated to be released later this year.

“Right now I am focusing on recording more singles, I’m also recording tracks for an album that will be released this year,” said Hitech Cavaley. In addition to Do’h Free It Up, Hitech Cavalry is also promoting a number of other singles, including Spending G’s, Gal Criminal, and Alcohol ft. Fambo.

Hitech Cavaley Biography As brother of one of the most prolific Reggae artist, Hitech Cavaley, has proved he is more than a unique name, but also a unique talent. Hailing from St. Mary Jamaica, Cavaley was born Delroy Bailey into music on August 23, 1980. From his father who was a deacon at church, to his sisters and brothers singing in the Church choir, music has always been a part of his families’ everyday activities. Although many thought he would become a professional soccer player because of his excellent skills, music was his true first love. His affinity for music became more defined at the age of 8 years old. However he began writing and performing professionally at the age of 15. He can fondly recall memorizing and singing the lyrics to General Degrees song “Granny (stop hollering out mi name)”. He memorized the lyrics, and would sing the song on the way to school. He can also recall him and childhood friends, re-enacting classic clashes between dancehall icons Beenie Man and Bounty Killa. His quick wit was soon realized, and his ability to rhyme and perform spontaneously shocked his friends and family. He had everything it took to become as big an artist as his elder brother Capleton. He began touring with Capleton in 1998. He performed as an opening act while on the road. He took on nationally known, annual shows such as Irie Jamboree, Reggae Carifest, and many more. He came to the USA for the first time in 2000. He found Boston Massachusetts as a new stomping ground to further develop his craft. In 2009 Cavaley found comfort in molding his own unique style and sound while residing in Boston. He found the city to be a safe haven and tavern to perfect his craft, and build his career. He quickly began to gain more confidence, and became more creative. He found new and useful influences to help develop him into a more defined artist. He soon had his own studio and engineer. 24 hours a day he strived to perfect his craft. While in Boston, he recorded 3 studio albums, and continued to work at local shows as well as tour with artist. Cavaley has a deep respect for touring and opening shows, as this is what built his core fan base, and followers. Currently, he is residing in New York working on new singles, an album and also has new management staff. He is recording a crossover album with rapper Angelo, with features from heavy hitters such as Busta Rhymes. This album will infuse dancehall with hip-hop with an authentic Jamaican flavor. For Hitech Cavaley, music is natural, it comes from within, and music is his life. He continues to perform, and build his musical empire. The best is yet to come.
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