One Of Jamaica's Multi Talented.
Known as Dj Damion to the Streets.
Birth given name Damion A. Mitchell,
Jamaican Nationality, Born and raised in Kingston & Portmore.
The Popular Dj that resided Kingston,
Southside / Tela-viv / Spoilaz to Western Kingston Communities, always passionate about music from a tender age but was inspired by popular selector "LITTLE RICHIE" formally SWATCH INTL., local radio station HITZ92 FM and popular event PASSA PASSA.
Damion was always a vibes master back in school, always doing drama, singing and making beats on the desk tops, But 2004 was the year he decided to started a career as a Disc- Jockey on RISING STAR sound system then started to took over the streets by storm, among some of Jamaica's top sound systems such as JAMROCK, TRAVELERS, EMPORA, KARAKAS and many more.
He got promoted in 2008 to KING TAFARI SOUND SYSTEM owned by International Recording Artist SIZZLA KALONJI. by 2009 he was promoted again to MORE MONEY INTL. SOUND brother of SWATCH INTL. 'PASSA PASSA" branded and TIVOLI GARDENS based Sound Systems, "TG" the college of some of Jamaica's most popular Entertainers in Todays history.
It didn't took Damion long to became one of the residents favourite, in 2009 he started his own record label "DAM'Z MUSIQ PRODUCTIONS"
SHAWN STORM, MAD DOG, SPLENDID, UNICORN (r.i.p) BRAGGA DAT, SPREADY GLORY, SUGAR BEAR, SHIZZLE DIZZLE, JOOKIE BLACKS, JAH JAH, ASHIA, DHUTYLUGSRI, MONSTA, TY FLY , RAS FRASER JR., ALEX FRASS, MOUNTAIN, EMAXWEL, MYSELF, MAYDDAY DC, LISA HYPER, LIKKLE DAINJAH, RAYMIE RICH, LAHBA, DOUGY DRACO, ALIEN, RELIK, MR SHADEZ, LYRICAL MAFIA, SUDAN, CUTTY CORN, VYZADON, NIEKO SKILLZ, MAJAH BLESS, CRYS CASH, WINHAADO, LYTARAL, LC TRAPPER, BAMFRASS, JODIAH, BADA RICO, RAYMIE RICH, GORILLASTARR Singles and Albums..... and still putting in the work.... for further info: I'm on all social media's FaceBook, KingDamion Mitchell and Dam'z Musiq Productions IG, djamionuncontainables & damzmusiqprod YouTube dam'z Musiq Production and Dj Damion Do this Boss email: damzmusiqprodgmail.com
to be continue.......
International recording artist
If one should personify the raw, uncensored, uncut, sexually charged aspects of Reggae & Dancehall, fused with the realities of Jamaica's inner city youths and lifestyle, then you would have now discovered the recording artist known as Kalado.
Born Eton Gordon in Kingston Jamaica, Kalado developed an artistic passion for music and Upon leaving high school, he decided to pursue a professional music career. On his conquest for musical recognition like many others before him, Kalado also faced his fair share of obstacles but remained focused on realizing his dream to become a professional and successful recording artist. Influenced by musical greats the likes of Rodney Price aka Bounty Killer and Damian “Jr Gong” Marley respectively along with hip hop superstars Drake, lil Wayne and Eminem, Kalado's lyrical potency and delivery leaves his listeners in a state of enchantment with every line.
Since the release of his first official single in 2012, Kalado has delivered a plethora of certified street anthems and club bangers, some of which includes tracks like “ Bad inna Bed”, “ Make me Feel”, “ Respect pon mi Name”, “ Take a Ride” and “ Bruk Foreigner” to name a few. Some of his more recognizable work include tracks such as “ Personally”, “ Tun it da way Ya” and ladies anthem “ Bring Life” which gave him much notoriety both on the local and international music scene. His latest release “Gyalis” already making waves and his follow up single entitled “ The Product” creating a buzz, it is undeniable that Kalado is a musical force to be reckoned with.
GorillastarR is what the streets dubbed
him, replacing the name “Mili” a alias that was given to him by his father beca,
He was a small individual.
Born on the 9th of August. Growing up as a youth yohann’s father was a avid music collector, having a passion for all various kinds of music, exposing him to vast amounts of genres from a tender age quickly grasping the basics of stage performance and stage settings, being a child who used to set the stage for his peers t o perform at school and also performing himself from a tender a ge.
It was his elder brother who helped him to write his first song in prep school, called “Choose” which was written about a prep school “crush” on two girls. He quickly developed a passion for writing his own lyrics and his own style and flow. He would bring
it to his friends who encouraged him to continue doing music because of the talent to electrify an audience.
His mother recognized that he was musically inclined so she enr olled him in piano lessons and was later informed by the teacher that her youngest son had possessed a musical gift.
Growing up Yohann was influenced by local as well as international artists such as Papa San, King Yellow Man, Bounty Killer, Bob Marley, Ini Kamoze, and hip hop artists such as Wutang Clan, Tupac Sh akur, Eminem. He met Bounty Killa’s nephew “Advance” who encouraged him to go full force into writing, performing and pursuing a music career professionally.
He recorded his first single for Ghetto Lynxx label, a track titled “Peanut” which got his first rotation on radio from Love FM. After which he went into the country to develop more within his soul searching quest to create lifelong music.
Honing his skills further before leaving to set up his own production he started a label with producer Fire Treez called Burning Cush and now his own independent label independent "RillaVillaRecords” (R.V.R) he met international producer, Dj Slippe and created his first international record. A second track was released by Slippe called “love fi Marijuana” which is garnered over 380k on youtube with no help from local promotion growing popular worldwide GorillastarR also a songwriter wrote songs for the likes of Jermaine Michael, Busy Signal, Little Hero and Pzed also having a passion for developing young acts as well. GorillastarR continues to make a path i n the music industry for himself collaborating with international reggae grammy writer/singer Jlauryn on a track called "Marley" which was released off a independent album by Jlauryn and is playing on Irie fm and bess fm in Kingston.GorillastarR eyes 20 18 as a year of fulfillment to bring his message to the world.
JUNO award winning artist KOREXION (pronounced as Correction) aka Keipher Scott hails from Trench Town, Jamaica. Now residing in Toronto, Canada, Korexion represents Canada on the international scene.
Korexion shares his childhood memory and homeland neighbourhood with the spirit of the late Bob Marley. His very first guitar he ever laid his hands on and began strumming belonged to none other than the legend, Bob Marley.
Korexion first came to fame after he released his debut single “It’s All Bless”. The inspiring message propelled the single to high rotation on radio and the hit single climbed the charts in Canada, Japan, U.K., U.S., and the Caribbean.
The success of his debut single led to Korexion’s first EP titled “X-Rated” which includes the Juno Award winning title track “X-rated” featuring successful Jamaican artist Danny English. The collaboration was a hit and the title track quickly climbed the record charts overseas and also climbed up to #3 in the Top 100 Reggae Songs in Canada.
With a prestigious Canadian Juno Award for Best Reggae Recording of the Year along with several other accolades achieved, Korexion is now turning his mind back to his roots. Passionate about life and the power of love, in his latest single, "My Vows" Korexion mixed the classic lovers’ rock reggae entwined it with an R&B feel.
His roots are also clearly visible in other singles that were released such as “How Great Thou Art” which is an uplifting spiritual track that embodies cultural reggae and dancehall groove and also In “Day One Links” where Korexion teamed up with Jamaican artist Jah Lyfe to create this dynamic dancehall inspired track that reminisces about good times with old friends.
Korexion has honed his talents in live performances. His performances have taken place at many notable annual events such as the JUNO Awards, Exit Festival (Serbia, Bosnia), SeaDance Festival (Montenegro), Toronto Caribana Festival and Bob Marley Festivals in Jamaica. Korexion travels regularly to perform on shows that include fellow reggae heavy weights like Sean Paul, Damian Marley, Shaggy, Sizzla, Bares Hammond just to name a few. Korexion also appeared singing ONE LOVE in the motion picture titled MARLEY; a documentary film based on the life and times of Bob Marley.
In all of his music his message remains the same – He is the Korexion changing the world through positive vibration.
Hailed as a legend in the making Junior Garrison is definitely one to watch; From a community marred by criminality, violence, and the scars of economic poverty, music was a sanctuary.
This sanctuary would eventually become the vehicle he would use to fulfill the oath he made to himself as a child to not become apart of the inner city statistic. In 2008 he would be introduced to a local producer via a family member. He regards this as invaluable and definitely a life changing moment since it would become the springboard that would begin his professional musical journey.
This introduction would lead to him becoming an apprentice studio engineer. The incomparable Reggae super star Buju Banton’s, “It’s not an easy road” Garrison believes most accurately describes what would lie ahead. For the next few years, he battles mostly with finding his musical identity along with losing two family members and having a son he struggled to take care of.
Believing himself built for the pain and the struggles of life; Fusing his complex reality and life experience into his artform while slowly finding his musical identity, he managed to establish his first home recording studio setup. During the process he for the most part was forced to put his music on pause. Battling his financial reality with his responsibilities as a father. Nonetheless, he balanced what he could musically between the years of 2014-2018. Immeasurable sacrifice, will-power saw everything falling in place.
Hailing from Kingston, Jamaica. Mr Patrick Taylor, better known as Mr. Diamond discovered his voice in his local church choir. His vocal range, lyrical style and unmistakable sound distinguish him from other Reggae/Dancehall Artiste. His Jamaican roots influence his creativity as a Singer/Songwriter and powers his musical delivery and exhilarating Stage presence.
Mr. Diamond nurtures his talents through stage performances and utilizes Jamaican Sound System Culture, to enhance his talent and expand his versatility as a vocalist. His musical range extends from Reggae and Dancehall through to RnB. His popularity continues to gain momentum. He draws influence from Artiste such as, Beres Hammond, Wayne Wonder, Luciano and the late Garnett Silk.
Mr. Diamond has performed on a variety of international stages including, The Birmingham Academy, Hard Rock Cafe, The Drum, Victoria Square, Alexandra Park, Hootananny and The Riverside Festival (UK ENGLAND), He also performed at the Civo Stadium in Lilongwe, Malawi (AFRICA), Magnum Explosion Inferno @ Jean Pierre Complex (TRINIDAD & TOBAGO), White Sands Africa @ Carambola Beach Club (ST KITTS). He continues to attract attention from the media. Mr. Diamond has featured in television interviews on shows such as: EXPOSURE (ITV) on Sky Channel UK, SMILE JAMAICA (TVJ) and HYPE TV Jamaica.
His talent has propelled him to share the stage with legends such as: The late- Sir John Holt, Marcia Griffiths, The Mighty Diamonds, Beres Hammond, Big Youth, Freddy McGregor, Luciano, Sanchez, Queen Ifrica, Beenie Man, Busy Signal, Mikey Spice, Taurus Riley and a host of others.
Jamoy Brown, better known as “Maxximus”, hails from “Jungle” in Kingston, Jamaica. Maxximus is no stranger to character building moments in his lifetime, as he grew up in an impoverished community, albeit helping to fortify him with resilience and commendable work ethics. A chance at a dream turned reality when he migrated with his mother and a few family members to Toronto, Canada to lay roots and chase what would soon become his Canadian dream.
Full of hope in a new world Maxximus realized his love for Reggae Music came from a relentless passion of creating it from notebooks filled with lyrics and home studio recordings. Interest in his music grew from his classmates who heard his demos, fell in love with his style and wanted access to his music. Consequently, Maxximus created custom mixtapes and personally distributed them to family and friends. This was the start of laying the groundwork for what would transition into a Dancehall/Reggae sensation by chasing what was not possible for many where he grew up.
Through networking, Maxximus built relationships with dancehall deejays by cutting dubplates, leading to multiple radio performances and opening performances for artistes such as “Jah Vinci” and “Agent Sasco” on their respective Canadian tours.
Maxximus is now highly visible to an audience of Reggae enthusiasts, with strong support from the Canadian-Jamaican cohort. He is fully equipped to be one of the leading lights among the new generation of Reggae stars. This rising star is consistently growing roots, transitioning into a successful recording career, commencing with the release of his debut EP, “Journey Long” in 2012 followed by “The Take Over is Near” in 2016. He is currently working on other
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RAS FRASER JR.
International Artist Ras Fraser Jr.
AKA Bad Breed Bobo
The journey to greatness began for Ras Fraser Jr. with the birth name of Jhemel Fraser coming from Maroon ancestry. Jhemel was born in the Greenwich Farms neighborhood of West Kingston, Jamaica. Greenwich Farms borders on the infamous garrison of Tivoli Gardens where Jhemel spent much of his youth. He is the son of the living Reggae legend Phillip Fraser, and the grandson of a member of the Ska group Sparky And Pluggy. With this great family history in music one might say Reggae is in his blood.
Fraser’s musical career began at the ripe age of 7 years old. The youngster would travel with his father Phillip and perform alongside him as well as warming audiences up for the show. They started in his local community, and soon began travelling further from his home to perform with his father. Fraser’s early years as a youth were a very exciting and wonderful time for him to say the least. In addition to singing and performing Fraser took to the Football field where he played on his school’s team from primary through high school. In his teenage years his family moved to Portmore, however Fraser continued to spend most of his time back in the city in Tivoli.
At the age of 19 Fraser began to follow in his father’s footsteps in both recording music and following the traditions and faith of the Rastafarians. His first single was recorded at that time and was entitled “No Escape” on Razor Sound, his father’s label and he adopted the name Ras Fraser Jr. At first Ras Fraser established himself as an entertainer and a Rasta in Tivoli Gardens where he started to create a buzz and become known as an artist. When the people came from Portmore to the city to see stage shows they were very surprised to see Ras Fraser performing. This caused a chain reaction which called him in demand to perform in his now hometown of Portmore.
It didn’t take long until Ras Fraser at the age of 20 began taking many a trip to Bull Bay and spending time at the epicenter of the Bobo Shanti sect of Rastafari on the famed Bobo Hill. At the same time Ras Fraser Jr. and Phillip Fraser put out an album as a father and son duo called “Roots Man Time”. After the release of “Roots Man Time” recording started to really take off for Ras Fraser and he recorded countless amounts of singles for producers both local and abroad outside of Jamaica.
Skipping forward to 2012 at the age of 28, Ras Fraser was sought out by a Swedish artist visiting Jamaica by the name of Money Brother who was on the island to record a song with Ras for his upcoming album. Ras Fraser was very eager to work with Money Brother because his vibe was very humble for a 2 time Grammy winning Rock star and seemed to have a very kind heart and a great energy about him. The song they recorded is called “Nervous Reaction”, and was put on Money Brother’s new album. The release of the album and the song becoming a hit kicked off touring for Fraser around Sweden and Europe. While touring in Europe Ras Fraser met the Swedish female Pop artist Elliphant and the two immediately became great friends and are still close till this day. It was only natural for them to record a song together and their track “Music Is Life” became a huge international hit.
In 2013 when Ras Fraser Jr. was 29, he convinced Elliphant to come to his native Jamaica so the artists could record the colorful video for their hit “Music Is Life”. The music video was shot in Tivoli Gardens, Portland, and at Hot Mondays in Uptown Kingston. Today it has over 3.6 million views on Youtube and was also used in a television commercial in the USA for the cell phone service provider SPRINT in collaboration with Spotify. Ras Fraser Jr. performed at many concerts with Elliphant including the very popular and still running Swedish TV show Sommarkrysset. It only made sense for the duo to record a second song aptly titled “More Fire”. Once returning to Jamaica Ras continued to record with many Reggae and Dancehall producers such as Small Axe Entertainment.
Although Ras Fraser Jr. continues to travel back to Jamaica often, he relocated in 2014 to Atlanta, Georgia in the United States where he currently lives with his wife. 2015 was a great year for Fraser. He spent much of that time on the road touring the East Coast of America. While on the road Ras Fraser was introduced to Rebel Sound Records based out of New York and Florida and was immediately signed for both management and publishing. Following his signing Jr. spent extensive time in New York City every 6 months or so heavily recording music, performing at shows, shooting videos and making appearances at radio stations including SiriusXM.
Back in his now hometown of Atlanta, Ras Fraser Jr. quickly rose in the local Reggae ranks and became one of the town’s favorite performers. With his electrifying high energy style of performing with jumping and high kicks as well as being able to croon with lovers rock ballads he became a must have household name on all the Reggae shows passing through Atlanta thanks to his fans, DJ’s, promoters and media outlets. In Atlanta and abroad Ras Fraser Jr. has shared the stage with many artists including Capleton, Charley Blacks, I Wayne, Sizzla, Aidonia, Busy Signal, Frisco Kid, E.N Young, The Zebulonites, Chezidek, Dexta Daps, Mighty Mystic, Jr. Reid and has even performed on a Cruise Ship with Fortunate Youth. Along with recording and performing with fellow Jamaican artist and producer Delly Ranks who also lives in Atlanta now as well. And the list goes on and on.
In March of 2018 Ras Fraser Jr. released his first solo album titled “Journey To Greatness” which was mastered by his friend E.N Young at Imperial Sound Recording Studios in San Diego, California. With the release of his first solo album it was time for the artist to celebrate and premier it with a sold out release party that he threw himself. In addition to his songs with Elliphant and Money Brother Fraser has also collaborated making music with artists near and far. Adele Omar from Pakistan, Ben Barbic and Bobby Hustle from the West coast of the USA, and fellow Jamaicans Perfect Giddimani and Fyahkin just to name a few. The work he has done with different producers has been on a global scale as well, including Hugo Wolf from Germany, Zack Reed from New York and E.N Young from California, and Perfect from Jamaica for just a few quick references. Fraser also is a ghostwriter for many artists of notable stature including Skatta from Inner Circle.
As the borders of musical genres ever expand Fraser has shown his versatility and kept listeners on their toes with not only Reggae and Dancehall, but also outside of the community with creating wonderful works of art in the genres of Rock and Roll, Pop, Jazz, Dance, Electronica, Ska, and Hip Hop.
One of the highlights of Ras Fraser’s musical journey was definitely the use of his song “Fire Man” in the internationally acclaimed television show Criminal Minds. The episode revolved around a recording artist going to Jamaica to create and record a song. However the song was never finished as the artist was murdered before being able to complete the track and get it right. Then investigation pursued. The song the artist was recording was Ras Fraser’s Dancehall hit “Fire Man”!
2019 was a busy year for Ras Fraser. Continuing to record and perform he also manifested his Dancehall persona of the Bad Breed Bobo, which he is also known as. Keeping with an ever positive vibe started the Bad Breed Nation, which is a name taken by much of the Bad Breed Bobo’s fan base and released the hit Dancehall single “Bad Breed Bobo”. To meet the demand of his fans Fraser launched the Ras Fraser Jr. and the Bad Breed Bobo merch lines, which are sold at his shows and online. Staying with keeping you on your toes Fraser also started his own label called Wide Awake Music, Engineering and producing music for himself as well as for other fellow Reggae artists from all walks of life.
Since Covid 19 has hit us world wide in 2020, Fraser has not let it slow down his works despite not being able to tour or perform at shows. The workhorse has been hard at work in the studio creating an endless barrage of music and has 4 albums on deck and in the sights of being released in the near future. Being on a mission Ras Fraser Jr. won’t stop creating art and sending a message of positivity to continue uplifting the people for years to come. And his Journey To Greatness continues.
“Hotta dan di Equator!”
Deejay, Singer, Rapper and Dub Poet are just few of the titles that can describe
MAJAH BLESS, who spits rhymes like “Back in high school I used to DJ pon table top-but nowadays I’ve got the voice to mek yuh label pop”
Driven by the philosophy “Never let your address hinder your success”, Omaall Wright, artistically known as ‘MAJAH BLESS’ is destined for international greatness that surpasses his Denham Town, Kingston beginnings.
With a lyrical genius of the same caliber as Peter Tosh and performance intensity similar to Buju Banton, MAJAH BLESS represents the best expression of artistic fusion. MAJAH BLESS creates an eclectic mix of Dancehall and Reggae songs that will make your mind stand at attention and your body voluntarily rock and dip between the rhythms of his poetic songs.
Always more than what you expect, MAJAH BLESS has been wowing audiences since age 3 and has won a ‘trailer-load’ of awards that are testimony to his exceptional talent.
In December 2014, Majah Bless who was the first live performance outside of their regular sound system series, “Turned Up” Tel Aviv, Israel with a ‘Soul Stirring’ performance at Yard Storm, a monthly series, hosted by Israeli’s four most prominent local sound systems, Mystical Youth Sound, Rude Boy, Bad boy International & Amar Sound.
Majah Bless has been sharing his lyrics and an empowering message to “never let your address determine your success” with the country. He was featured on a wildly successful Israeli prime time reality TV series “Once In a Lifetime” filmed in Kingston, Jamaica in 2009. He shared the silver screen with Ninet Tayeb Israel’s largest pop star, as he hosted her during her time that she resided in Denham Town and experienced the real Jamaica. Majah has been continually invited to work with Israeli DJ’s, producers & artists that are dedicated to fusing Jamaican & Israeli musical vibrations. Most recently, Majah collaborated with Israel’s number one reggae artist, Soul J, on a track called Kingston Town. The song made its debut on Soul J’s EP. Kingston Town and has been blazing up the airwaves abroad. The music video can be seen on Youtube.
Omaall Wright places significant importance on bringing back his experiences from abroad to share with his local community of Denham Town. More than just lyrics, Majah’s convictions are in his daily actions. As a Drama School teacher at the Holy Childhood High School, he works every day with Jamaican youth as a powerful example of change through the arts.
Majah Bless hopes that his poetry brings and spreads a positive message about overcoming one's circumstantial plights.
Ossan ‘Bassanio’ McKenzie, more widely known as TACTIKAL was born on June 17, 1991 and grew amongst his close-knit family with parents Leroy and Georgia McKenzie (mother now deceased) and younger siblings in the middle class community of STONY HILL, ST ANDREW, KINGSTON 9.
He got his early education at Stony Hill All-Age and Junior High School and later attended Kingston Technical High School where he graduated in 2009, and became indirectly situated among other school leavers without a sure sense of where to advance in life.
The twenty-three-year-old, having been involved in music from the age of 13, embarked on a musical quest however it was not until in 2011, at the age of 20, when he entered a popular national talent showpiece that he got the respect from far and wide as a budding dancehall talent.
Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall 2011 was the launching ground for TACTIKAL. He performed at two nationally televised shows and got some heavy crowd response and rave reviews from the judges, notably Miss Kitty.
The exposure is forever cherished, though sadly, he made a premature exit from the competition, certainly not because of talent but the meager number of votes his team then, were able to accumulate from the public through text messaging during his campaign.
The journey did not stop there for TACTIKAL, he kept on honing his craft, building on solid professional linkages with many of the showbiz industry movers and shakers and entertainment insiders.
In 2011, he met up with Neutron Obliv a talented artiste/engineer who taught him how to flow melodically and utilize his lyrical genius which resulted in early recordings, generating buzzing singles like "Dung Inna Di Hole", "Gaylis From Long Time", “Dem Nuh Real” and “Hawaiian Girl", to name a few.
The young entertainer was later introduced to a recording camp Push-A-Yute Records where he did minor recordings before leaving for greener pastures, in his estimation.
After coming to the realization that most of which was agreed in principle with the administrators at Push-A-Yute Records was shortcoming, and would eventually not materialize, TACTIKAL parted ways.
TACTIKAL, faced with raising and providing for his son Jaydan McKenzie, ventured on his own as an independent artiste until he joined forces with Entertainment Consultant Andre’ ‘Dre Hype’ Williams of RME Musiq (also Journalist, Promoter & Publicist) whose vision and experience of working with well established acts, paved the way for what was next to come.
In summer of 2013 he was showcased in the Jamaica Star with an article headlined “Tactikal creates buzz with New Singles” which propelled him to acquire local shows and more recordings.
Notably, later that year he performed alongside artists like Alkaline, Kalado, Specialist and Major Mackeral at the inaugural Magnum All-Star Million Dollar Face-Off closing stage show inside Club Famous, Portmore.
TACTIKAL’s online presence was a focus and soon became strategically managed by his hardworking and competent team.
A new level of recognition was soon unearthed as fans began to spring from outside of Jamaica, which in turn created a buzz locally for TACTIKAL.
Offshore territories such as Zambia, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Antigua, Guyana, UK, Switzerland, Canada, Korea, Japan, and several states throughout the US have all expressed some amount of interest or the other in TACTIKAL and his music.
Following on the budding success, in 2014, songs such as “Affi Rich” on the Money Chiss Riddim, “Raving All Day” on Holiday Weekend Riddim for Time Unit Music and “Want Yuh” on the Top Class Riddim for top flight production lab, UIM Records have aided the buzz surrounding TACTIKAL.
An official music video for “Affi Rich” was directed by Cornelious Grant of Good Vibes Production and released in 2014.
TACTIKAL was featured in a Dancehall Documentary for one of Korea’s biggest network, KBS Broadcasting who journeyed to Jamaica from Seoul, Korea.
This highlight for the rising entertainer was followed by write ups in both the Jamaica Gleaner and Jamaica Star dubbed, “Tactikal featured in Korean Documentary”.
Under the mentorship of associates and fellow entertainers Munga Honorable and Chi Ching Ching, the young artist quickly gained confidence, which became evident in his recordings and public appearances.
He has been to weekly events such as Uptown Mondays, Mojito Mondays, Boasy Tuesdays, Nuh Behaviour Tuesdays, Nipples Tuesdays, Unruly Clash Wednesdays, Weddy Weddy Wednesdays, Wappings Thursdays and Pull Ova Fridays promoting his singles and interacting with music lovers.
TACTIKAL is happy and basking with joy, his presence on local and international airwaves such as Zip 103FM, SunCity 104.9FM, News Talk 93FM, Hitz 92FM, Hot 102FM, Links 96 FM, Flames Radio (UK), Baby Ace Radio (USA) and One Love Radio (USA) has been met with increased interest.
In 2018 he networked with Eddie Wisdom of Wisdom Promotions embarked on his first tour of CANADA, where he covered news ground and made new fans. He was requested again in 2019 where he embarked on a summer tour. He has a growing Canadian fan base and will return to Canada for a string of gigs in April 2020.