Kurtici to complement Di Link


Kurtici to complement Di Link

Saturday, November 30, 2019

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Given the positive feedback to Money To Di Link , Kurtici is planning a video to complement the song in December.

“People love the lyrics and the delivery of the song, so big up to all the disc jockeys supporting the song on radio and the street selectors who are showing it love in the dancehall. The amount of streams I am getting overseas definitely made me decide to shoot the video in Jamaica,” said Kurtici.

“I feel that 2019 has been a productive year, and in 2020 I will find the song that can make me a household name,” he continued.

Money To Di Link released on the Icon Records label on August 17.

Born in Kingston, Kurtici (real name Kerrick Bartley) attended school in Old Harbour, where he began his love affair with music. Like most boys in his community, he would listen to dancehall tapes with his friends, which fuelled his desire to become a dancehall artiste. At age 16, he took the plunge and made his debut by performing at an event in his community.

He relocated to Brixton in the United Kingdom in the 1990s. He later returned to Jamaica to live, where he is pursuing his musical aspirations with the hope of making a name for himself on the local music scene.

Since his return, he has worked with a number of producers, including Anchor, Cash Flow Records, and Armzhouse Records.

“Since my return, I have plugged into the heartbeat of the music and feel now that I can represent it the real way,” he said.

Kurtici is known for songs including Real Way and Weh Dem A Go Run.

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