Vershon Dancehall Party Single Gaining Momentum

Kingston, JAMAICA (Shuzzr): Recording artiste Vershon has been on a quest to revitalize his career since the start of 2019. The “Inna real life” artiste who recently released a slew of singles in the past few months to favorable airplay has now taken a different approach with his music.

Vershon latest release titled “Dancehall Party” gives a comical twist which mentions several Jamaican artistes from the likes such as Shenseea, Squash 6iix boss, Koffee, Popcaan, Uptopboss Teejay, Aidonia, Sean Paul, Beenie man, Jada Kingdom and many more. It also mentions Mackerel who rose to prominence in recent months.

Shuzzr, publicist for Vershon states “the song is comical and displays Vershon’s creativity and versatility as he captures everyone and everything that’s happening in dancehall right now. We attend events and rave to songs that’s a typical reflection of the society around us”

He further added “Vershon is ready to take his career to the next level as the artiste prepares for events in North America and the Caribbean in the coming weeks. Fans can expect more music and should keep checking out the artiste social media pages for the latest”.

The single which has an animated lyric video posted on Vershon’s Vevo page gives additional life to the track and has been steadily rising in views in the past few days. The single which is produced by Hungry Lion Records on the Osmosis Riddim is currently on all major digital music platforms for purchase.

Purchase Vershon- Dancehall Party

 

 

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