Truth's out for Bibidon
Bibidon

For the past two years Bibidon has done the studio rounds, recording songs for different producers and hoping for the big break. None of his singles were released until September 23 when Truth came out.

His debut song is part of a compilation album driven by the Nation 'riddim', produced by Alton Smith.

"I feel great, it's a good look an' mi proud a miself," said the St Mary-born deejay. He added that at no time was he frustrated that his career was not taking off.

"Not really, 'cause we'd a do music an' even though di song dem neva release, wi get exposure an' people si di talent."

Bibidon is from Highgate, once the commercial hub of St Mary. A career in entertainment was on the cards since his days at Horace Clarke High School in Islington where he "listened to everybody" to develop a sound.

One of the producers he recorded for was Smith who made his first appearance as a producer in 2021 with the Syn Citi 'riddim'. The Nation also has songs such as Paranoia by Vycedon and Lee Chin from Donjay.

With his first song out of the way, Bibidon expects big things to happen.

"Dis is jus' di beginning. Wi hope dis is di start of something special," he said.

Howard Campbell

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