Joey Fever began his solo career in 2006 with a collaboration with the producers from Pleasure Beat records, resulting in the single “Youths Dem Rise” on the Majestic riddim. In the summer of 2008, Swedish producer Partillo (of Swingkids records) released Joey’s “Sweetness” on the “Högre Standard I & II” (Higher Standard) compilation, a tune that has become a bonafide club hit, and also has received heavy rotation on radio.
A testimony to Joey’s musical versatility, 2009′s “Tell It To My Heart” and the newly released ”Good Looks” (Lockdown Productions 2010) has been praised by many as the finest examples of Lovers reggae to ever come out of Sweden, bringing to mind tunes like Jah Cure’s “Longing For” or Collie Buddz’ “Tomorrow’s Another Day”.
Internationally, Joey Fever is known for his European hit “Nuh Follow Dem” and the even bigger ”Young Gunz” a collabo with Million Stylez. Produced by Curtis Lynch (UK), the riddim is based on Super Cat’s “Come Down”.