Xyclone, Konshens creating a storm

BY KEVIN JACKSON
Observer writer

Saturday, March 23, 2019

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Deejay Xyclone is gearing up to release his fourth studio album, The Year of the Wolf . The set is executive produced by Kris David and Red Square Productions and features the production, of Bobby Konders, Epik Jones, Yardie Muzik, Delly Ranx, and Nuvision Empire.

“My album is coming out on June 7. I have collaborations with Spragga Benz and the Red Square Team, Jah Vinci, Stylo G and Craze 24 among others,” Xyclone told the Jamaica Observer.

One of the songs to make the album is Meck it Clap (remix), featuring Konshens. Released last October, Meck it Clap (remix) is produced by Epik Jones. It debuted at number one on the USA iTunes Reggae chart.

“The response to the song has been overwhelming. Actually, this is my biggest song to date. I have also been getting rotation on radio stations such as Hot 97 with Bobby Konders and Seani B on BBC Radio 1Xtra. I'm grateful for the support,” said Xyclone.

Xyclone has two albums which did well on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart. In 2017, From the Basement to the Big Leagues reached number one, while 2018's 2774 Waterford Parkway peaked at number four.


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