‘Curry Stone’ sets off for success
Emerging artiste Lovell “Curry Stone” Anglin said he has launched his career with hopes of popularising ‘conscious’ music amid the controversial topics being explored in the industry.
“The message in my music is not just from me, but the message from the Almighty. I cannot write songs that are indecent. I cannot write lewd songs… I have to write positive songs. That’s how I go about my career, and that is how I want to spread the message across,” he told the Jamaica Observer.
The entertainer released his first track, titled Bus A Come, on September 20 courtesy of Sequence Recording Studio in St Mary.
He said that he was toying with the idea to pursue music for years until he finally found his footing.
“I think the business needs an unusual side, and I tried so many times and failed to come up with a style that I think is unusual, and what I think I like. So what I did was forget about the music and [started] freestyling and it came naturally,” the singer said.
“I have about 37 more songs, but I told myself I’d send this one out first… I know the kind of songs I have, and what they’re all about, but I told myself that this one would have to be the first one,” he added.