K'Coneil's back with Lightskin Love

Friday, October 09, 2015

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SINGER K'Coneil and producer Seanizzle recently linked for sessions that produced several songs including Lightskin Love, which is scheduled to be released in November.

Lightskin Love is a follow-up to Me One, a song K'Coneil was banking on to be a summer smash.

"Me One got me some good exposure but it's not where I would like it to be. The song is still building as it is now being rotated so I still have hopes that it will keep going and I continue to get more radio play," he told Splash from his base in New York.

K'Coneil said Seanizzle --whose productions include Beenie Man's Rum and Red Bull -- approached him after hearing Me One. He (Seanizzle) sent him a 'riddim' on which he recorded Lightskin Love.

"Once he heard the song (Me One) he made an effort to reach me and the rest is history. We link up and have great creative chemistry and we are currently working on a few more songs," K'Coneil said.

The Montego Bay-born K'Coneil (K'Coneil Barron) has recorded secular and gospel songs since starting his career as a teenager at Cornwall College where he played daCosta Cup football.

He continued to record while attending Nyack College in New York where he earned a degree in finance. His only album to date is the 2007 gospel effort, Prodigal. Gyal a You is among his most popular dancehall songs.

-- Howard Campbell

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