Billboard Magazine says of I-Octane "I-Octane's grittily detailed expressions of rude boy runnings, delivered with a distinguishing, haunting guttural cry, offer cautionary messages regarding wanton gun use and redemptive sentiments rooted in Rastafarian teachings, an amalgamation that has made him one of Jamaican music's hottest commodities."

I-Octane first came to the attention of Jamaican reggae fans in 2008. Since then he blazed his way to the top of the charts and stage shows with numerous hits including "Lose a Friend", "My Life" and "No Ramp Wid Wi".

I-Octane became widely accepted as the "Truth" by reggae fans Worldwide after "a blistering performance at Sumfest 2010 his cultural lyrics, delivered with rude boy swag, eliciting an overwhelmingly enthusiastic response from the crowd."
 Bun Dem Bridge
 Crying To The Nation
 Example for the Poor
 L.O.V.E. You
 Lose a Friend
 Missing You
 My Life
 My Problems Gone
 No Ramp Wid Wi
 Pretty Loud Ft. J Boog
 Puff It
 Unfair Games ft. Yanique
 Where Di Fire Gone