New Paradigm for Leeto Leethal
Leeto leethal

Recording artiste Leeto Leethal drew on the happenings in society for the inspiration behind his EP — Paradigm.

"The project has mixed emotions and feelings, being that it was aimed to cover almost every topic that you can think of. Therefore, the vibe is dependent on which song is being played at any given time," the artiste told the Jamaica Observer.

The body of work was officially released on May 7 and boasts eight tracks.

Produced collaboratively by Thunder Records, Skeem Life Muzik and Bobbyrich Records, the entertainer is pleased with the responses so far from listeners.

"The project is different from what is being put out in the modern space, and that is what we intentionally aimed for. People have been enjoying that," Leeto Leethal said.

The accompanying visuals for the title track, Paradigm, were directed, shot and edited by My Visualz Studio, and released on May 14.

It has already accumulated over 12,000 views on YouTube.

As the title track, the six-minute short film sets the tone for what's to come, with visuals in the works for the other tracks.

"My hope for this project is for it to reach a wide audience in order to showcase the versatility that I possess. I also hope that it can create a great impact on the person listening," the artiste expressed.

Hailing from Morant Bay in St Thomas, Leeto Leethal started recording music in 2018 and officially embarked on his professional journey in 2022.

"My style of music is to mainly highlight everyday matters and deep emotions on any kind of beat to bring across music that people can deeply relate to," he said.

Kediesha Perry

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