Lanz changes course

Friday, February 17, 2017    

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Though he gained prominence when he created the beat for the hit song Ya So Nice by Potential Kid, producer Lanz always wanted to be an artiste.

He makes his debut as a deejay with the song She Naa Leggo for Ubique Muzyq. It is on the Grip rhythm.

“Is a song about two girls weh neva want fi let mi go even though dem know I was in a relationship with both and dem, always a fight wid each other,” said Lanz.

The 22-year-old West Kingston native was born Orlando Francis. He created the Chicken Gravy beat that yielded Ya So Nice five years ago.

A video for She Naa Leggo and another single, Three Years of Heartache, will be released soon.

– Kevin Jackson





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