Vyzadon gets buzz

Friday, February 23, 2018

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NEWCOMER Vyzadon is banking on his latest single Humble to be the breakout song that he craves.

Humble, produced by Spugy B and released on the Unisyzmuzik/Ubiquemuzya label, is doing the rounds.

Vyzadon explained how the song came about.

“The song is based on life experiences directly and indirectly, meaning it's not just my story, but it is also the story of others. A lot of individuals can relate because the message is real,” he said.

A resident of Fourth Street in Trench Town, Vyzadon's affection for music began during his high school years. A former student of the Mona High (he also studied at the University of the West Indies), he hopes to one day make an impact on the international music scene.

“My love for music is second to none so I did not see myself studying anything else if it's not about music. I ventured in marketing because it helped me to promote my music using the skills I garnered at UWI,” he told Jamaica Observer.

He shared his musical journey thus far.

“My musical journey has been tough, but with the guidance of my manager Vivion Whitelock aka Drew Konneck, we are getting there.”

Vyzadon (given name is Prince Shand) has worked with producers including Orlando Francis, J Small Records, and Spugy B.

His forthcoming releases include Mama Nuh Worry (J Smalls Records), Journey (Unisyzmuzik) and Keep on Moving, featuring Puerto Rican artiste Prime Ethnic and Naomi Cowan.

— Kevin Jackson




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