Dipherence ready for success
Dancehall artiste Dipherence is ready to make a big impact on the local music scene.
The hard-working deejay, who entered the Magnum Kings & Queens of Dancehall talent contest in 2014 and 2015, is confident that it won't be long before he becomes a household name in Jamaica.
"I've been working on my craft for a very long time, and I am ready now to take it to the next level. Entering the talent contest has taught me a lot, the music business is very competitive, and you have to be on top of your game to make it," said the artiste.
Dipherence is currently promoting several new singles including Jah Guide Me, Highest Grade, Never Sell Out, Want Money, Love Me Forever and Boh Yah.
"I have a lot of tunes out right now, and my team and I are doing a lot of work in the streets to promote them. I'm working overtime, I'm not easing up, I'm hungry for success. I'm determined to make my name in the business."
The Kingston 11-born artiste, real name is Heron McLean, is also working on some new projects.
"I'm recording singles for several labels including Tuff Chin Records, Touch Down Unit, Unruly Blacks Records, Goldmine Records, Voice Box Music and Island Jam Entertainment. I'm also working an EP that will be released later this," said Dipherence.