1nePortal makes a splash with new EP 1ne 1ne

Artiste 1nePortal has entered the dancehall scene with his newly released EP titled 1ne 1ne.

The compilation of seven songs showcase 1nePortal's versatility — from trap-dancehall to Afrobeats, the EP offers an immersive experience for listeners.

He hopes that the EP will capture the hearts of new fans while showing respect to those who have been with him since the beginning.

He's already gained a significant following on Instagram after a viral video showcased his musical talent.

With his given name Nickcarlos Gordon, 1nePortal hails from the inner-city community of Waterhouse in Kingston.

This EP, produced by Tripledose Production, a Canadian/Jamaican label, which was quick to recognise 1nePortal's talent and set to work on their first release, titled Henney Fi Tea. The video and single were well-received by industry players and dancehall patrons alike and racked up thousands of views and streams since its release on various musical platforms. It was mixed and mastered by Rolando "RB" Blake, a prolific engineer in the industry, and has been added as a bonus track to 1ne 1ne.

The EP features both local and international collaborations, including Jamaican artiste Laa Lee, Lody music from Tanzania, and Ghanaian artiste Addi Self.

With 1ne 1ne, 1nePortal has firmly established himself as a rising star in the dancehall scene.

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