Featured Artiste


Lee’tal BIO

Where it started

Born Rohan Lee this 80’s baby was destined for greatness. November 25 was no longer just another day, but one that a strong black man was born. The sun, moon and stars stood in amazement as his parents came together to produce a legend. He spent the first 5 years of life in Clarendon but later moved with his parents to the cool hills of Mandeville where they Lee’tal’s family settled.

He drew inspiration from his brother at a tender age and admired his appreciation for music. He soon realized the power of music and began listening to the radio alongside his older brother, this gave him the musical knowledge and confidence to become a member of his schools choir while attending the Mount St. Josephs Preparatory School and then St. Paul’s High School in Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica. Throughout his days of being a member of the school choir he always paid particular attention to his skills as a storyteller and lyricist. These skills are evident in the way he constructs his songs, lyrics and stage performance.

Musical growth

Lee’tal’s love for music further grew as his interest escalated into the audio engineering side of the business where he taught himself and took tips from other producers. Later he partnered and built the Voice Room Recording Studio, which developed his musical ear and production skills. In addition to his day-to-day responsibilities of running the Recording Studio, he still found time to write and record his own material and tour the local and international Reggae scene. He later decided to venture on his own where he continued recording and performing while perfecting his craft.

With an artistic, creative mind Lee’tal is now a part of the ever-growing production brand Inflowmatiq Entertainment Group. Music is his tool used to express himself, it entertains his ever increasing fans, thus earning him endless love and support in his home town Mandeville. He looks at his talent more as a light given to him by God and his duty is to let it shine for the world to see thus uplifting people. Lee’tal was among the selected few artistes for the international campaign, Unite and End Violence Against Women, which was spearheaded by Jamaica’s Bureau of Woman’s Affairs in their television campaign. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaZQrti0AfY

Music Release

Lee’tal’s Ep titled “Looking down at the sky” consists of 6 tracks; including the debut single “Represent.” Represent is a theme for Jamaicans and people of all nationalities worldwide who are proud of their country and hometown. Represent was the first song by a Deejay to be nominated in the semifinals of the JCDC Festival song competition 2011.

Songs making up this great Ep “Looking down at the sky” are:

  1. Represent
  2. Put Your Shades On
  3. No More A that
  4. Decisions
  5. Tomorrow Never Comes
  6. Closer

Lee’tal “Dubplate Style” mixtape is creating waves in the dancehall/reggae scene, Lee’tal displays his skills on original Dancehall instrumental like Sleng Ting, Head To Toe, Golden Hen just to name a few. Selectors, radio Djs and reggae/dancehall fans embarrasses this mixtape as a great gift.

Singles Released:


Galis from birth feat. Anthony Cruz

Ping Mi feat. T-Drive

Talk of the Town feat. J-Rich and Salutation Reid

Reggae World to name a few

This very versatile artiste possesses great many talents and the camera light makes him even more shine like star he is, he is also well known for his Hip Hop remixes.

Remix Featuring:

Back 2 Life with. Sean Kingston and T.I. / Billionaire with. Bruno Mars and Travie McCoy / All I do is win with T-Pain, Ludacris and Dj Khaled / Your Love with Niki Minaj / Way too cold with Dj Khaled and Kanye West / No Lie with 2 Chainz and Drake / Bag a money with Rick Ross, Wale, Meak Mill and T-Pain / Mercy with Kanye West, Big Sean, Pusha T and 2Chainz / No Lie with Chainz and Drake / Ring The Alarm with Tennor Saw / Hustle Hard with Ace Hood, Rick Ross and Lil’ Wayne / Blowing Money Fast with Rick Ross and Styles P / Started from the bottom with Drake

Mixtapes Release:

Lee’tal – mixed by Dj Trends / Retaliate – mixed by Dj Trends / Galdeville Gallis – mixed by Dj Barney / Lee’tal Remix mixtape – mixed by Mansta Wayne / Represent – By Dj Baney / Lee’tal Summer Time – mixed by Dj Barney / Till I Rise – mixed by Dj Trends / Lee’tal 4D – mixed by Mansta Wayne, Dj Barney, Maxxy Pin and Selecta King Rebel / Dub Plate Style – mixed by Inflowmatiq


Lee’tal Performances

Sting Jam world, Portmore, Jamaica

Gt Tailor Christmas Extravaganza – Black Rive, Jamaica

Kiprich Birthday Bash – Braes Rive, St. Elizabeth

The Ru bar – Cape Cod, Boston, MA, Usa

Resolution – Bloomfield Great House, Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Manchester High School Bar b q – Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Short Circuit – Montego Bay, Jamaica

Jerky’s Mandeville – Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Hauge Agricultural Show Trelawney, Jamaica

Mandeville Splash Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Weddy Weddy – Stone Love Hq, Kingston, Jamaica

Mandeville Carnival Manchester, Jamaica

Puffa Belly Night Club – Cape Cod, Boston, MA, Usa

Juice Tv show Vineyard, Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Dunrobin Square Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Juice Tv show – Amnisha Nite club, Ochio Rios, Jamaica,

St Cath the Taste Camanas Park, Portmore, Jamaica

Shock Wave Nite Club Grand Opening-Mandeville, Jamaica

New Green Primary and Junior High School, Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Pink Panthers Birthday bash – Christiana, Manchester, Jamaica

World Aids day – Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

World Aids day Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Manchester Awards Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Flurt Qwest Night Club, Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Manchester FiestaKirkvine, Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Manchester Road Race Belfield, Manchester, Jamaica

Trelawney Road Race Trelawney, Jamaica

Miss Jamaica Bikini Body Beautiful Contest James Bond Beach, Orackbessa, St. Mary, Jamaica

Dicer Movement Anniversary Mocho, Clarendon, Jamaica

Blazay Blazay Melrose, Manchester, Jamaica

Craig Mill Community Funday Buff Bay, Portland, Jamaica

Tipsy Vybz Trelawney, Jamaica

Star Nite Roll out and fashion show – Edwin Allen High School, Clarendon, Jamaica

Business and Technology Expo – Mandeville Park, Manchester, Jamaica

Bellfield High School Bar-b-que Bellfield, Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Nodie Salute – Comma Pen, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica

Kip Rich Birthday Bash, St. Elizabeth, Jamaica

Peace Day Concert – Forth Path, Clarendon, Jamaica

Nation Wide Fm Road Show, Kingston, Jamaica

Nation Wide Fm Road Show, Mandeville, Manchester, Jamaica

Lee’tal has share stages with acts such as Bounty Killa, Rick Ross, Beenie Man, Coca Tea, Anthony Cruz, Mavado, Macka Diamond just to name a few.



Radio and TV Interviews and Appearances


Big Chune Radio – (USA) / Wbig station – (Florida USA) Full Effect Radio (New York, USA) Irie Fm (Jamaica) Fame Fm (Jamaica) Zip Fm (Jamaica) Vybz Fm (Jamaica) Stylz Fm (Jamaica) / Roses Fm (Jamaica) / Bess 100 Fm (Jamaica) / Roots fm – (Jamaica) / News Talk 93 fm – (Jamaica) / Nationwide Fm (Jamaica) and more


History Channel – (USA) / Juice TV – (Jamaica) / Yard TV – (Jamaica) / Cvm TV (Jamaica) Third world TV – (Jamaica) TVJ – (Jamaica) / Mdtv (Jamaica) Boj TV (Jamaica) / Hype TV – (Jamaica) 
Flow TV – (Jamaica) and more


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