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Lynx Unruly, Maxx look to Caliente

Friday, January 26, 2018

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THE nephew of Cobra, newcomer Lynx Unruly, is carving out his own niche.

His latest single Caliente features St Vincent & the Grenadines native Maxx.

Caliente is produced by myself and Maxx. The engineer who worked on the production is Jerome “Jerry Dawg” Felix. Maxx is my brother from another mother. I have known him for over 20 years and this is just one of our collaborations,” said Lynx Unruly.

As a deejay, he made his debut 12 years ago with the single Fire Escape Save Mi Life. The song was produced by Andre Lloyd.

Lynx Unruly (given Damion Oakley) hails from the rural community of Dallas Castle in St Andrew. He now resides in New York. The New York-based deejay is also a music producer and an actor.

“While growing up, my dad was always playing music. I was more fascinated with who was singing the song than listening to the song itself until one day I got overwhelmingly curious and opened the radio to see who was inside... After understanding how it really operates, I decided to make my own songs,” said Lynx.

“I have done some acting, having appeared in the movie Bashment, which was produced by Mykal Fax. I also produce music. So, I bring a lot to the table,” he continued.

Among his production credits are: So Amazing by Tammo Jango; The Topic by Amir aka Dada; Play Store by Lavaah Goodaz; and Miliano's Good Over Evil.

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