Jonnell Summers Priestley, famously known as in the music industry as Third Eye was born and raised in Accra Ghana where he also completed his studies. Third Eye is a multi-talented recording artist (Singer/songwriter. He is also the found and CEO of Third Eye Rekodz.
His music cuts across most genres, ranging from Afropop, Hip-hop, Raggae/Dancehall, R&B, Blues to our own House/Gqom in which he exhibits his artistic craftsmanship with a lot of ease.
In ‘SURPRISE’, he portrays one of his multi-talents by singing in Zulu, (a language which is not his mother tongue), talking about the need for lovers to add some form of spark and beauty to their relationship. Here, the storyline is set as a man calls to his would be lady to say he will be giving her lots of surprise if she agrees to be the lover and to which the lady is to decide where this surprise should take place or be presented to her.
SURPRISE has no feature but was produced by Sfiso Kcay of colours of sound master at United Rhythm by Dust. Third has since be in collaborations with some South Africa artists such has DJ Chynaman, Dust, Sean Da Guru, Jay J Prime, and has plans to do other works with Benny Maverick, Lizwi, Mr Luu &MSK (POINT 5) and some other artist like Sarkodie, Wizkid, Davido, Niniola, Teckno, Mr Eazi Stonebwoy, Shattawale, Patapaa and so on from Africa which he hopes to release in future for the enjoyment of his targeted audience and fans as an album.
His music which dates back to the year 2000, with his debut album titled KPAKPO SHITO featuring some of the then top artist in Ghana like KK Fosu, Skrew Face, King Ayisobah, Motia, Zanzibar produced by Morris Babe face, Jay Q and Fredimah which was released in 2006. He later went into hibernation for almost a decade until recent when he decided to return to his old passion.
His music stands to serve a purpose of impacting people’s lives positively by conveying a message of hope and love across in bringing healing to the wounded souls, amending the broken hearts of lovers, spicing the love and relationship of those going through tough times, encouraging the poor, weak and lonely to stand on their feet again and also rebuking the wicked to say but a few.
In the future he sees himself attracting the global music market.
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