A Timeless Journey of Melodies and Powerful Collaborations

Eesah, the acclaimed singer, songwriter, and producer, unveils his much-anticipated debut album, “Deep Medz,” a timeless reggae masterpiece. Available now on all major digital music platforms through King I-Vier Music / Loud City, the album is a profound exploration of deep Rastafari meditations, featuring 17 compelling tracks that take listeners on a journey from the deep resonance of the opening track, “Behold The Conquering Lion,” to the empowering conclusion of “Push On.”

“Deep Medz” showcases Eesah’s artistry and features collaborations with renowned artists such as Capleton & Lutan Fyah on the Rasta anthem “The Beginning of Time,” GRAMMY® winner Kabaka Pyramid with the gritty reality-driven “Police & Badboy,” Sizzla on the heart-pounding street anthem “In The Ghetto (Remix),” Million Stylez with the ’90s style Dancehall banger “Red Alert,” and the esteemed Pressure Busspipe & Perfect Giddimani on the hardcore “Rasta Corner.”

Produced by the GRAMMY®-nominated duo Loud City in collaboration with the seasoned tastemaker/DJ/Producer, King I-Vier, Eesah’s debut album, “Deep Medz,” is destined to become a favorite among Reggae and Dancehall enthusiasts for years to come. Get ready to immerse yourself in the profound experience of “Deep Medz!”


1. Behold The Conquering Lion
2. Jah Give Me Strength
3. Jah No Dead (with Garnet Alkhem & T’Jean)
4. The Beginning of Time (with Capleton & Lutan Fyah)
5. Nubian Queen
6. The Girl I’m Searching For
7. Police & Badboy (with Kabaka Pyramid)
8. In The Ghetto (Remix) [with Sizzla]
9. Uprise
10. Red Alert (with Million Stylez)
11. Rasta Corner (with Pressure Busspipe & Perfect Giddimani)
12. Liberation
13. Empress Menen
14. Girl Like You
15. Irie
16. Easy Skankin’
17. Push On


The name Eesah is developed from Jamaican patwa slang, “dat bad eesah”. The meaning is an expression indicating excitement when something is enjoyable. (For example; when the riddim is nice and the verses are sweet, dat bad eesah!)

He received the name based on his lyrical ability. Eesah’s keen wit and quick thinking enrich his delivery style. His peers coined him Eesah indefinitely and suggested he start calling himself that instead of ‘Jahkime’, a name he went by for a while. The artiste is culturally immersed among a number of inspirations, expressed through his music. Emotional and spiritual connections are felt as his music depicts a view of life through his own eyes. Eesah’s voice is heard from one, but for many people, craftily articulating matters of the heart, life challenges, triumphs, also topics that provoke thought, responsibility, and encouragement.

Internationally known DJ David Rodigan of BBC Radio tweeted about the song “Will Power” as “one of the most refreshing new songs outta Jamaica”. Eesah is featured on the Chronixx mixtape titled “Roots and Chalice” on the track “Perfect Tree” and they released a music video for this popular tune.

Since the start of his career he has touched stages for audiences both quaint and festival capacity, proclaiming his place through verse. Eesah continues to pursue his career and inspire people through his messages.


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