Khxos reaps success with Tambrim

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Khxos reaps success with Tambrim

Friday, December 06, 2019

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For almost 10 years dancehall artiste Khxos has called South Florida home. However, he makes frequent visits to Jamaica to promote his music.

Those trips have paid off, as his latest song Tambrin, produced by Trackstarr, has done well.

“From people hear di riddim, they want to move. Dem love it,” Khxos told the Jamaica Observer.

Earlier this year, Khxos released Melanin with Konshens and has kept a busy schedule working with several producers including Anju Blaxx, KaleX, Riddim Boss and LMR Pro.

“I'm just a laid-back youth bringing a different style to the music. Well-written music, different vocals and energy. I'm just holding my own lane musically,” he shared.

Khxos spoke about working with Trackstarr, known for hit songs such as So Saucy by Kemar Highcon and Walking Trophy by Hood Celebrityy.

“We always talked about music and we linked up in May. The beat had a sort of a voodoo sound to it, so I kinda knew that it was something that the people would gravitate to,” he explained.

A video for Tambrin, shot in Las Vegas, was directed by Finland-born Yako.

Born Oshane Logan, Khxos is originally from Newtown in Black River, St Elizabeth. He attended Black River High School before migrating to Florida. For him, music was inevitable.

“I enjoy the writing process as far as music is concerned. The best part of it for me is in my mind, I have to see how people will react to a song,” he said.

No Disturb Sign and Mek it Out are some of Khxos's forthcoming releases.

— Kevin Jackson


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