What have you been working on lately?
On the Mixtapes — it’s doing well around
the world, working on a few bangers, and
some hot stuffs coming up.
How would you describe your mixtapes?
I would describe my mixtapes as whole round
mixes, with a heavy reggae foundation —
a reggae and dancehall foundation.
Basically, it’s however I’m feeling at the
time. I make mixes for everybody,
instead of just myself.
What do you think is contributing to the
music’s success — even in places like Japan
I think it’s the realness of the music, and
the ease. It’s kind of easy to understand
the music. The fact is that it’s on real
topics that people can really understand.
That’s really the main reason why it’s
gravitating around the world.
You recently released the “Dapstrem Entertainment”
label. Can you talk about that?
The label started basically to give a route
to artists that are coming up, to give
them a way out, and not let them go
through some of the mistakes that most artists go
What kind of impact do you think that the label can
have for up-and-coming artists?
Information is power — and if I went
through it, and derived information
from it, we can just pass that on, for
them to understand.
What is your focus for 2018?
The mixtapes are out, and right now my
mode is just promoting the mix tapes
worldwide. There is some stuff coming
up and coming in Kenya, then back to
Jamaica and taking it around the world.