“The Next big thing after Bob Marley”as he usually calls himself, shocked many of his fans earlier today when he revealed during a media parley organized by MTV Base, that if not for music, he would have been a criminal.
According to him, music saved him from becoming a criminal, ‘The slum is not a place that gives many options. There, it was either you make it the right way or the crime way but I chose music and it has worked for me’ he said.
He also expressed his appreciation to MTV Base for making him the Artiste of the Month and for helping him secure the partnership deal with international reggae music label, VP Records which he describes as one of the high points of his musical career, ‘As many of you know, VP Records is one of the biggest record labels in New York so being signed under that label is a big deal for me which is why I am grateful to MTV Base’
As regards his debut album, he disclosed that plans are in place to ensure an album release later this year and also wishes to feature International reggae artistes like Beenie man and Sean Paul, ‘There are plans for the album to be released soon. Hopefully, later in the year’
The 25-year old gained media attention and rose to limelight in 2013 after releasing his hit single ‘Alubarika‘ featuring Timaya.