Undaconstructionnn aims to be jewel in the crown

SINGER Undaconstructionnn has sought to distance himself from artistes whose lyrics highlight negativity and violence. He, instead, seeks to inspire with his latest single Crown.

Released in October, Crown is co-produced by Apollo Wav and Javoy Clarke.

According to Undaconstructionnn, Crown seeks to inspire and heal women who have risen above adverse situations.

"The inspiration behind the song came from my two favourite individuals — my three-year-old son who is autistic and my favourite female artiste Shaneil Muir," said Undaconstructionnn, whose given name is Dins Lynch.

He shared his reason for staying on a positive path.

"The music industry has enough negative energy, as such, I wanted to be an agent of change so I opted to release a song that celebrates women as opposed to one that degrades them. I want to use my God-given talent to help the wider society because I know we as artistes have a huge social responsibility because we can literally shape the moral compass of people — in particular children," said Undaconstructionnn.

Undaconstructionnn studied at the Queensborough Community College in New York, John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences, and Chamberlain University in Chicago.

Earlier in his career Undaconstruction was featured on the song Hypocrite Frenz with Kxng Cardo, produced by Grammy-nominated producer Jermaine Williams (Jaw Records).

— KJ


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