Gabeana Campbell who was formally known as “Promise” while she was only recording Reggae music, now goes by the name “Gabeana,” a female Jamaican Reggae/Dancehall artist. She was born August 19, 1997 in Middleton District, St. Andrew and is the youngest of her two siblings. Her journey as a musician began at 4 years old and at the tender age of 12, she started her professional recording and performance career. Gabeana describes her sound as fresh, sexy and captivating. Her influences are solely from life and love. She was the lead singer for 5 different bands (Reggae/Soul) on and off before finally deciding to focus on her solo career full time. This is where she decided to not only do Reggae music but also Dancehall.
Gabeana is not only a singer songwriter, she is also a musician as she plays the viola. She went on her very first tour in 2012 with the National Youth Orchestra of Jamaica (NYOJ) to Canada, where she played the Viola at a number of Concerts and also was the soloist on tour. She was also known as a popular cabaret singer. A few of her usual spots were Jojo’s Jerkpit and The Jamaica Pegasus. Gabeana was given the stages at Jojo’s back in 2017 to grow and develop her performance skills as she would entertain her audience with a 2-hour set of live Reggae/ Dancehall music. She used the opportunity to fine tune her sound and improve on her interactions with her fans. She is also the main writer and vocalist of the single “This Love” by Adahzeh. Gabeana is currently working with Urban Team Records and has produced her first single entitled “Goldmine,” which was released January 2020. She describes GOLDMINE to be trendy, festive and persuasive. Her latest release is called “BFF,” which is an interesting and controversial song and also a steamy track called “Hot Gyal. She is also preparing an Ep to be released thereafter and says it will be telling a story about love and independency as a young woman.