Deejay hoping to change the game
DEEJAY Splinta Bullet is pleased with the video of his latest release Changes.
“The video has been enjoying great rotation on local and cable TV, and the feedback has been very positive on social media about the plot of the video and the message of the song,” he said.
The single, released in April, has been getting fair rotation on the airwaves.
The artiste is being managed by musician Rayon ‘Short Boss’ Webb, former keyboardist for Luciano, Firehouse crew and Jah Messenjah band with Dean Fraser.
“We believe he has great potential and he can change the dancehall game. We have more songs to be released, as well as his EPK, all under TriStudio Records,” said Webb, who is the founder and CEO of the Linstead-based TriStudio Records.
Splinta Bullet (given name Lancelot Bissick) was born in Linstead in St Catherine on February 16, 1988.
He got a big break in 2006 when he was introduced to Bounty Killer.
He has subsequently recorded songs including Money Affi Mek and Round Town.
In the meantime, Splinta Bullet is gearing up for a major promotional push this summer.
“Right now, we’re going all-out to get the Splinta Bullet brand out there. My name is like my lyrics: sharp and direct to the point…the world ah go see and know that,” he said.
He has since performed at shows such as Galiday Bounce, Star Jam and Wet Wet in 2010. He recorded songs like Air Force One and Rolling With The Entourage for Entourage records out of Canada. In 2013, he went on a US tour where he met Kingpin Station with whom he recorded Big City Big Life and also Party Party for Black Fox Ent.