Krusha ready for big break


Krusha ready for big break

Saturday, November 17, 2018

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Seaview Gardens in Kingston has produced a plethora of dancehall stars. They include Shabba Ranks, Bounty Killer, Elephant Man, and Dexta Daps.

On-the-rise deejay Krusha is hoping to add his name to the list.

“Music is my life. From I was a little boy I've been surrounded by music, my mother loves to sing and there was always music in the house and the community. I didn't even think twice about choosing a career in music, because I was born with talent,” said Krusha.

Krusha is determined to make a significant impact in the dancehall music arena. He recently released three singles: Tears (featuring Singer J); Now (ft 360Degree); and God Bless (ft Jermydee).

“My manager and I decided that I should put out a lot of music going into the Christmas season. I just dropped three hot tunes and I'll be releasing a couple more songs very soon,” he said.

All songs were produced by deejay/producer Jerome “360Degree” Davis on the Success rhythm. The rhythm also features Yuh No See by Jall and Jhoe and is available on iTunes and several other leading music platforms.

Krusha (given name Taarol Esson) originally hails from Old Harbour in St Catherine. A past student of Old Harbour High, he relocated to the inner-city community of Seaview Gardens in 1994.

He launched his recording career the same year with a single titled Miss Sweetie Sweet on the Micky D label.

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