Honest Cat focuses on career, not rumours
Honest Cat is ready to take over the dancehall music scene.
The St Mary-based deejay became an Internet sensation late last year after a video of a performance, during which he took potshots at Gully Bop at a stage show in the parish, began making the rounds online.
Since then, several other videos of him performing in his trademark hardcore style have also gone viral.
"People love mi because mi full a lyrics and style. Mi a deejay more than two decades now. A long time mi bad, but people just a find out bout mi," said Honest Cat.
Now under the management of New York-based radio personality Saucy Fyah, the witty entertainer is ready to take his career to the next level. "Mi have a manager who believe inna mi talent and mi ready fi tek ova di music business ya now," he said.
Saucy Fyah, born Suieann Spencer, recently signed the deejay to her Far High label. However, since she signed him, there has been widespread rumours about the existence of an intimate relationship between the two.
"Everywhere we go people keep asking me if we are an item, some of them are saying that we are the new Gully Bop and Chin, but I just ignore them. If Cat and I are in a relationship, that's our business," she said.
Honest Cat is determined not to let the rumours interfere with his career. "Right now mi a focus pon my career; mi nuh care wha people waah sey bout Saucy and me. Let them talk," said the artiste.
He is promoting two new singles, Gully And Gaza and I'm Praying, featuring Beres Brown. He will soon release the music video for Gully And Gaza.