Versi gets Bounty on the Voice

Catch Di Riddim

Observer writer

Friday, December 22, 2017

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Versi is hoping to strike success with a collaboration The Voice , which features Bounty Killer. “I approached Killer and he delivered well on the track; respect to the 'General',” said Versi.

The Voice is a co-production between Versi's Carvings Entertainment and Hard Rock Entertainment. He is hoping it will strike a chord with listeners going into the new year.

“The is one of the songs that I am looking forward to making an impact going into 2018,” he said.

Wanted and Missing a Friend are two songs currently generating some attention for the talented deejay, who started out doing music under the name Shotta.

Wanted was produced by Pure Music Productions, while Missing a Friend was produced by ZJ Dymond.

“I started out as Shotta then I changed my name to Versatile. I am now using Versi, and this was done for branding purposes,” Versi said.

Born Sheldon Taylor, he is originally from Port Antonio, Portland.

“I started out during my high school days at Port Antonio High and Titchfield High. Music has been in my blood since then,” he said.

“The journey has been a rough one and a long one. I have learnt a lot and it has molded me into the person that I am today,” he continued.

Two years ago he released the EP Made It, which was distributed by Hapilos.




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