Junior Culture was born Jermaine Vassell on August 13, 1980, in the fiery Jones Town, Kingston, Jamaica. Music sparked an interest in Junior Culture from the age of seven when he performed during a festival at his junior high school. The experience lit a fire in him, which continued to burn into his early teens.
The decision to pursue music, especially reggae music, was stamped on his heart, in his psyche, & on his tongue. He was encouraged by his Aunt to write his first song called ‘Afi tek a look’ recorded at King Bully’s Recording Studio in Spanish Town, Jamaica. Junior Culture recorded his first single at Omega Music called ‘Pretty Dunce’, which received plenty of airplay and endorsements. He had the opportunity to work with several producers within the island, belting out tunes such as ‘None a Dem a Nuh Wi Fren’ with established producer Richie Flex of Nocturnal Records
He won the hearts of many fans in Europe during an extensive tour between 2010 & 2011 and between 2014 to 2016. He visited countries such as Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, and Sweden, spreading love, faith, and happiness through his music.
Release Date: July 21, 2021
Junior Culture is about to heat up the world with his music wave ‘Never Gonna’, a profound interpretation of Rick Astley’s ‘Never Gonna Break Your Heart.’ ‘Never Gonna’ compliments Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Hurt You very well in lyrics and rhythm, adapted by Love Line Riddims. It was recorded at Small World by recording artist Jermaine ‘Junior Culture’ Vassel, who doubles as the producer. Full credits to Rick Astley and Jermaine ‘Junior Culture’ Vassel. Junior Culture defines Reggae music as the heartbeat of the world.