Mossy Kid's back on a Higher Level
Mossy Kid

AFTER a long hiatus from the musical scene, Miami-based recording artiste Damian "Mossy Kid" Moss Solomon is back to fulfil his destiny.

He has come out firing on all cylinders with his latest single Higher Level, self-produced on his Heavyweight Records label.

Higher Level was released on Friday, November 25, 2022 on all digital platforms.

"The song is basically about the journey of self-elevation and some of the trials and tribulations that come along with it," he said.

Growing up in Jamaica, Mossy Kid said he had many musical influences including Super Cat, Shabba Ranks, and Third World. However, the local artiste with the biggest impact on him is Sean Paul.

"Because I am an original Dutty Cup Crew member [I] have to big up the general — his persistence and professionalism and ability to keep reinventing and creating himself in world music is just incredible," he said.

"Sean and I actually grew up in the same neighbourhood and that says it all; I also help pen some of his songs. We are just one family," he stressed.

Mossy Kid's other songs include Die For My Girls, Dividends ft Looga Man, and Hotter Than You.

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