Eyesus buzzes with new video
Dancehall artiste Ricardo 'Eyesus' Rhoden is pumped about the reaction to the video of his latest single, 'Caan Tell Him'.
"The song is creating a big impact on all social media. Fans like the content of the video and the skit at the beginning, which shows a man trying to fend off the advances of his best friend's girl and the problems that causes," he said.
Eyesus is booked to appear on an upcoming show featuring reggae stars Nesbeth And Gyptian Live In Concert on June 24 in Toronto, and a show dubbed Like a Movie on July 1 in Toronto.
"My career has been really looking up and I am trying to break into new markets," he said.
Last year, he was named by entertainment blogs and magazine as being Toronto's number-one dancehall artiste.
Born on D'Aguilar Road off Waltham Park Road, St Andrew, the 25-year-old has been performing since age 10. He migrated to Canada in 2002 and launched into the reggae scene a year later. Soon after, he was opening for the likes of Neyo, Destra, Mavado, Beenie man, Jah Vinci, Elephant Man, Serani, Lady Saw, Sean Paul, Sanchez, and others.
He has performed to thousands at events such as the annual Jamaica Day Celebration and Champions in Action.
He is known for singles such as T Dot Ah Mi Place, Slow Wine and We Hate You First featuring Jah Vinci.