Jamaica News, March 23, 2018 – Face Off is ready to Entertain the World
Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Many people called him ‘Rasta’ but his mother christened him Toyan Thompson, hailing from Rose Heights, Montego Bay. Thompson attended the Rose Heights basic school, then moved on to Granville All Age, finishing his schooling at the St James High School.
It was after school that he gained his popularity as a “nuts man” selling peanuts in the streets of Montego Bay and also doing a little photography works with his uncle Carlos Stephenson.
Despite juggling peanuts and honing his photography skills, he still found the time to attended The Goodwill House Trade Centre where he pursued skill training in Food Preparation and House Keeping, acquiring a certificate in Food Preparation.
With his certificate he ventured out to Sailors Restaurant located along Creek Street where he was given a job as an assistant Chef. With his experience in the Kitchen, he moved on to the hotel industry, the Jack Tar Hotel’s kitchen was his next destination where he took on the role of assistant cook.
Face Off is ready to Entertain the World: Now a singer he uses the name Face Off. He is now getting a lot of recognition in the western region, with his latest songs on his own Face Off label. Songs include ‘Want Some Help’, ‘Hey Dey’, ‘A Love Me Come Yaso A Deal With’, ‘African Queen’, and ‘Sow Seed’. The song ‘Sow Seed’ is creating a buzz in dancehall and have also raked up a lot of views on Youtube.
With the recognition he is now getting in the city he hope that he may pick up a few international tours later on in the year. He is also hoping to grace the Reggae Sumfest stage when the right time comes.
The Montego Bay singer Face Off, is ready for the world of music with his latest release “Sow Seed”.