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Jane Macgizmo, a celebrated Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter from Kingston, Jamaica is making a triumphant return with her latest single, "Can't Get You Off My Mind," marking her first release in three years. The captivating track is now available on all major digital platforms via Riddim God Music.
Accompanying the soulful, dancehall melody is a stunning visualizer masterpiece, crafted solely by Jane herself and now playing on her YouTube channel. To listen/stream the song, LISTEN HERE. To view the visualizer, WATCH HERE.   Jane has certainly earned a reputation as an up-and-coming "one to watch" artist and "Can't Get You Off My Mind" is just the beginning of an exciting series of releases planned for this year. Having dedicated the past few years to her family and crafting new material, Jane is thrilled to present her loyal fans with a fresh new vibe and take on life. 


Check out this interview below! 

When did you decide that a career in music was for you?


I took a trip to Turks and Caicos just on an artistic retreat.  I was painting, doing photography, filming and I then just started messing around with recording music and I was like huh, not bad! When I get back to Jamaica I'm gonna record some music. I recorded and put it on soundcloud and at my workplace I had a friend who was an artiste and she said 'you should take it seriously' and so I did!


Who are your musical inspirations and why?


My biggest inspiration was Bob Marley for his writing style. I loved how his lyrics were simple but effective. Obviously over the years I got inspired by Rihanna for her Caribbean Pop. But I am more inspired by genres than artistes. I'm a fan of music on a whole.


Can you tell me 3 things about yourself that people might not already know?


I'm asthmatic, I have a degree in Mass Communications and I used to dance in high school like tutting, some break dances. Kinda crazy. What an era.


What song of yours best describes you and why?


"Midas" because I definitely think I have a golden touch in my love life and in music.


What has been the best gig you have done to date and why?


I did one at Redbones Cafe here in Jamaica and it was the only show I don't remember being nervous while on the stage and I had completely let go.


If you could perform a gig at any venue where would it be and why?


I would love to perform at the 02. Idk, just always heard about it and there is never a bad show there, so it must be a vibe.


What has been your best achievement to date and what would you like to achieve in the future?


Definitely winning a Grammy with Koffee but in the future I would love to win one for myself, but more importantly I would love to break on to the Billboard Hot 100.


What do you like best about being a musician and why?


It just embodies my spirit and who I really am. I think my parents were always training me to be who they want me to be but music allowed me to be who I am and I am grateful.


If you were not in the job you are now what would you be doing?


I would be a creative director, that's actually a side dream. I would be a psychologist too. Must be the Virgo in me.


What has been the best gig you have been too as a fan and can you tell us about it?


It's actually a Chronixx Concert in Portland, Jamaica.  It was just effortless, like you could really feel the music move through you.


What would you say is the best piece of advice you have ever been given?


You are not a master until you have put in 10000 hours.


What things make you happy and what things annoy you?


My little family makes me happy and experiences. I am not annoyed by much, maybe fake people.


What things do you like to do when you are away from music?


I love binging reality shows, like I have a problem!  I'll be watching a proper series and leave it to binge reality tv.


Do you think social media and the internet are a good thing in the music industry?


Yes, I feel like gatekeeping is kind of non-existent. You can make your career happen on your own by reaching and interacting with fans directly.


How important do you think your look and image is when it comes to being in the music industry?


Very important. As they say, these days - people see you before they hear you so if you wanna be heard, you gotta be seen.


Can you tell us about any tattoos you have and the significance of them to you?


I have two crosses on my side to signify that God is always by my side. The other one I'll keep a secret :D


If you run the country for a day what would you change about it and why?


I would change our customs limit and I would get our factories working again.


What would your ideal day consist of?


Smoking weed, recording music, going to the beach and creating.


If you could say one thing to your fans what would it be and why?


Thank you for being loyal and patient! because I have truly not been that consistent but I am changing that this year.


How would you answer the question Who is Jane MacGizmo and what are the differences between you as a music artist and you away from music ?


Jane is extroverted and has a lot to say versus me, I'm very quiet and in my own world but that person contributes heavily to Jane.


What would say to someone thinking about becoming a musician and getting into the music industry?


Do not be entitled, be prepared to work hard, be prepared to fail and if you think it's about talent, it barely is. It's about producing stars so don't neglect the things outside of the talent. Because you are a product/brand.



If you could have written one song from history which would it have been and why?


Shy Guy by Diana Kingdom



What has the rest of the year got in store for you?


I am releasing more singles and my first project and hopefully some shows to support them!

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