Deejay Kurtici upbeat about latest track

Saturday, January 27, 2018

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UK-based deejay Kurtici is stoked that his latest release Weh Yu Ago Run is doing the radio rounds.

“Right now, the song is playing on several radio stations. My promotional team, Team Kurtici is doing the rounds at all the street, so the feedback is great; this is the one,” he said.

Weh Yu Ago Run is his Courtesy Records imprint. He recorded the single on a riddim owned by Almshouse Records with whom he is joining forces to promote the song.

“It is a vibes song, a party song, mi ready fi get the run now, knock off the barrier, kick off the gate now, ah my time now fi get the run, it's about time, mi pay mi dues, mi put in the work and mi want the break,” said Kurtici, whose real name is Kerrick Bartley.

He is currently working on a debut EP expected to be released in April 2018.

Kurtici is best known for the single, Bloody War, a song that chronicles the 2010 Tivoli Gardens incursions by the Jamaican military and the police which subsequently led to the arrest of former community leader Christopher “Dudus” Coke.

“I am now voicing some new singles to release soon to follow up on the popularity of Weh Dem Ago Run, I am keeping it real with the authentic Jamaican flavour, I will continue to make moves and create waves for dancehall music,” he said.

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