Capsicum Records CEO and Director of A&R Roger Meltzer announced that Jamaican singjay artist Dolli Difference (aka Sexii Dolli) has recorded "Not That Strong", her fist song with Capsicum Records. A former model, the St. Mary Jamaica native has graced the stages of Sting 2009 and St Mary Mi Come From 2010, and has been making a big impact in the music industry as a rising artist.
“We are delighted to welcome Dolli to Capsicum,” said Meltzer. “Her singjay fusions of reggae, dancehall, r&b and hip-hop fit in perfectly with our own ‘roots on the bottom, and pop on the top’ sound."
Always interested in music, Dolli began singing at a young age, starting her music journey with her first single entitled "Bounce Around" released in 2007. Dolli has worked with producer Steve Locke from Truck Back Records and will also be recording for Armz House Records. Dolli’s style of music can be defined as a fusion of Reggae, Dancehall and R&B. Her current single called "Come Yah Nuh" is a collaboration with upcoming artist Blaze. In 2010, Dolli also released a track titled "Tempted To Touch".
Everyday life and experiences are the inspiration and motivation for her songs. Dolli listens to a lot of artists, but the artist that inspires her the most is Jah Cure. She notes, “the soul in his voice connects with the soul in my voice and it just puts me in a different place.” Other artists of inspiration include: Bounty Killer, Tanya Stevens, Lady Saw and Aaliyah.
Dolli is currently working on an album, and her vision includes dominating the Billboard charts, collecting Grammies and touching people's life through her music. She believes that five years from now she will be a top artist, breaking down barriers in the industry.