Ceejay Vybz: reggae/dancehall music based on love stories

Ceejay-Vybz

Ceejay Vybz (born March 31, 2001, Ross Hall, Guyana), also known as Migel Cheston Fraser; is a music producer, composer, entrepreneur and independent musician of the reggae/dancehall genre. Ceejay Vybz presents her most popular song titled “Fuck Love”, available on music platforms like Youtube, Boomplay, Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Amazon Music, etc.

Ceeyay Vybz completed his education at Manchester Village High School and began her musical career at the age of 17. Ceejay Vybz began to write his first lyrics, motivated by friends who made music and used social networks such as YouTube and TikTok to know if her talent was appreciated and valued. After 3 years creating music as an independent dancehall\reggae artist without much success; Migel Fraser, began to do freestyle and to publish every Friday on TikTok. One day he woke up with 100K visits 12 hours. Positive feedback encouraged him to continue making songs and turn music into his career.

SEEING HOW OTHER ARTISTS CAN TRAVEL THE WORLD AND MEET NEW PEOPLE, THAT MOTIVATES ME TO STRIVE AND PUT MY COUNTRY ON THE MAP WITH MY MUSIC.

Migel Cheston Fraser a.k.a Ceeyay Vybz.

Ceejay Vybz’s music is influenced by reggae/dancehall artists such as Alkaline, Vybz Kartel and Intensity; tells everyday stories, usually related to fruitless love stories, an example is his song “Fuck Love” in which the artist tells that the motivation to write it appeared after his ex began to stain his name. According to Ceejay Vybz, the most difficult thing for a musician is to be clear about the next topic to talk about in a song; “My next song is titled top ‘Gyalis’, which is about me, I have multiple women,” Ceejay Vybz.

He has not yet released an album or mixtape compilation, Ceejay Vibz thinks that for now he will delight his fans with singles while preparing to undertake a larger project. “The most important thing is to be yourself and not try to copy someone else’s style,” Ceejay Vibz confesses in an interview conducted by Gilberto Ewale Masa for Free Press Info.

I WANT TO THANK MY MOTHER DONETTE DENOON FOR ALWAYS SUPPORTING ME AND HELPING ME ON THIS PATH I HAVE STARTED AS AN INDEPENDENT MUSICIAN.

Ceejay Vybz.