Koven Dre ready to make mark

Friday, March 22, 2019

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Deejay Koven Dre, who started his career just over one year ago, recently released the song Commonaas. A sixth-form student at Belair High school in Mandeville, he says he has made steady progress as an artiste through sound advice.

“Although I'm new to the music industry, I am putting in the work to have a bright future in the business. I am working with producers who have given me guidance and good advice. I want the music to do all the talking,” he told this column.

Commonaas' promotion is complemented by a music video that was filmed in sections of Manchester including Mandeville and Porus. Medina Records produced the song.

Young King, Koven Dre's first mix-tape, is scheduled for release in May. Its songs are produced by Medina Records, Dayone Link Records and Brainfreeze Records, all based in Manchester.

“The mix-tape is going to be hot, we just have a few more tracks to go. I am also getting ready to drop a new single titled Bricks Pan Bricks,” said Koven Dre.

The teenager, whose real name is Brandon Bartley, is signed to Dayone Link.

— Kevin Jackson

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