Singer VC is back on the music trail with the release of two songs, Jah Send and a cover of Luther Vandross' Never Too Much. In 2000, singer Valton 'VC' Craigie became an overnight sensation with his smash hit, By His Deeds. However, things went quiet for him after that. VC stated, he took a break to focus on his family.
"I was always recording though, and trying to hone both my writing and vocals. At the same time, I decided to broaden my horizons by getting involved in things like animation, advertising and production."
He has other songs in the can including Friday on Beres Hammond's Harmony House label, and It's Time for Renaissance Records. "The response has been great especially in Europe where they were first released a few months back," he said.
He also commented on the transformation of the music business since his hit song 12 years ago. "Right now, the music business is on hard times. Record sales are down, there are less shows, and quantity seems to be ruling over quality. But where there's a will, there's a way," he said.
Born in England to Jamaican parents, VC moved to Jamaica at age 10. He started in the music business as a selector with Legacy sound system.