The song, which used love themes to illustrate unity and togetherness between Africans and Africans away from Africa, saw the musician appealing to a Jamaican girl he met in Ghana to change her mind and stay with him in Ghana/Africa.
Fee Ranking, thinking he was too strong an African man and very much impossible to be swayed away by emotions and love, rather found himself intertwined and entangled in the love of this Caribbean girl from Montego Bay, Jamaica.
All of a sudden, the Jamaican girl said she would not stay in Ghana anymore and that she was going back to Montego Bay in Jamaica.
Fee Ranking appealed to her to change her mind. That Africa was the land for black people and so Rosie should come back home.
The song, sung in Patois, the Jamaican language as thought Fee Ranking by Rosie, the Jamaican lover, featured the controversial Blakk Rasta, who in the song also appealed strongly to his friend Fee Ranking not to lose his head over a girl who doesn’t recognize her roots as a black woman. It’s so interesting a song. Full of melody and groove.
The video will be out in a couple of weeks .
The entertainment veteran Sammy Flex is said to take over the management and promotion of Fee Ranking.
Meanwhile the song, “Jamaican Gyal “ by Fee Ranking can be found on YouTube and Audiomack whilst we await the “ booombastic” release of the official video.
Fidel Leviel, as he is officially known as a Lawyer said he is proud of his work as a Lawyer but that music also was a passion and his hobby.
He encouraged musicians to take education serious as well. Other songs of Fee Ranking are:
DIIRI DIIRI DAARA DAARA
GOT TO RUN
TRUE LOVE, among others.