New Dancehall Song To Listen Digital Sham Dream

Multitalented Shamarie Bogle, better known as Digital Sham is a producer, songwriter and artist. He was exposed to music from a young age when an uncle of his (who owned and operated a sound system) use to allow him to talk on the microphone. Sham, as he is some times called, soon fell in love with the mic and graduated from talking to actual dee-jaying. To accommodate his passion his uncle who played out on the weekends, would prepare a crate for little Shamarie to stand on while performing. He took his love for music with him throughout his years at New Providence Primary School. Digital Sham always entertained a jam-packed classroom by displaying his DJ skills while one of his classmates provided the rhythm by beating on the desk. In grade four he got together with a friend and made his first song. The track was a called “music a weh mi love”. After mastering the art of songwriting in Primary School, Digital Sham went on to creating beats in Papine High School. He eventually started to produce tracks for himself as well as his DJ friends. To this day Sham credits his artistic inspiration to Bounty Killer, Vybz Kartel, Buju Banton and Shabba Ranks. On a production side, he his influenced by Don Corleon, Stephen The Genius, Sly, Robbie, Dave Kelly and Jeremy Harding. He is busy in the studio working on several projects.