18-year-old Sgee Vehnom scores viral hit on Big Bunx rhythm
Sgee Vehnom

Most 18-year-olds are either planning to venture onto higher education or secure a job, but Sgee Vehnom is contemplating a career in music for the time being.

His move into pursuing music came as a result of the viral success of his song Wonderland, which is featured on arguably the biggest rhythm of the summer, Big Bunx.

The Big Bunx has so far spawned hits such as Paddle Boat by Najeeriii, Wild Out by RajahWild, Mad Out by Valiant and Bakshat by Roze Don.

Wonderland, the song that he recorded on the beat, has taken off and gone viral on social media. The official video for the song has racked up more than 621,000 views on YouTube since it was released five weeks ago.

Sgee Vehnom is surprised at the response to the song.

"Yes, I am surprised at the reaction and feedback to the song; however, it wasn't mind-blowing. A lot has been happening since the song took off. I am getting shows and other producers have reached out wanting to do work," said Sgee Vehnom in an interview with the Jamaica Observer last week.

Wonderland is a joint venture between Sinkuz Entertainment and Zimi Records.

Sgee Vehnom, who initially wanted to become a businessman as a profession, is getting adjusted to a possible full-time career in music. He is a recent high school graduate.

"Growing up I had music in mind, but it wasn't my main focus. My goal in music is to reach my full potential in the art of music. My main objective is to bring my era of music to the highest level possible," said the deejay.

Prior to the release of Wonderland, Sgee Vehnom released the socially conscious Proud, which was also produced by Sinkuz Entertainment.

He shared how his interest in music developed.

"My musical journey started out in first form in high school, where my friends and I use to freestyle until finally we decided to go to the studio where I recorded my first song Chop Chop," Sgee Vehnom.

Born Chrishaun Christopher Gordon, Sgee Vehnom was born in St Mary but spent most of his life in Lodge District, St Catherine.

Said Sgee Vehnom: "We have a few songs coming very soon, some of which I can't talk about as yet, but we have Needle eye and Leggo Me coming up just to name a few."

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer writer entertainment@jamaicaobserver.com

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