Kisko Amar-I readies debut album

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Kisko Amar-I readies debut album

Saturday, February 20, 2021

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Kisko Amar-I is in an upbeat mood as he works towards the completion of his debut album.

The 10-track album, slated to be released later this year, will be his first full-length project.

“Last year when I released my debut EP titled Promise most of the songs on it were danchall, so I want to give the fans something different with my album. I'm a versatile artiste and I want to show my fans what I am capable of by doing a very potent reggae project,” said the artiste.

The album, which is still in the works, will include some of his previously released songs along with new ones.

“The production process is going smoothly. So far I've recorded some nice new tracks that will be featured on the album along with some of my previously released singles. Everything is coming together nicely. We haven't set a release date as yet, but I would like to have the album ready for release before this summer,” said Kisko Amar-I.

Kisko Amar-I is currently promoting Better Now. The song, produced by him, was released on January 1 on his Kisko Amar-I Music imprint.

Better Now is available on all leading digital platforms, including iTunes, Amazon Music, and Spotify.


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