Carson Fyah bats for good music
Dancehall/reggae artiste Carson Fyah is hoping his energy, style and message will be welcomed by the music industry.
The artiste, now working with a team comprised of Emanuel Records, Stikkle Frass, So Bad Records and DJ Tropical productions, said the ultimate goal is to create good music.
"I see myself delivering positive messages on the world stage. Getting the opportunity to show the world my talent and be on the charts. In my music there is a message that everyone can relate to," he told THE STAR.
The artiste is promoting a single titled Go Look Wuk, which he believes will empower youths who are of the belief that goals can be achieved without hard work. The song is a social commentary based on real events.
"It is a real song, you know, based on real life. People can learn from this. You cannot expect to sit down and success fall into your lap like that, so this type of record is basically letting the youth know that look ... get a job. You want good life, you want to be able to take care of your family but none of that comes easy or overnight. It's the same thing with my music. I have to put in the extra effort if I want to make an impact. Therefore, even I, being the messenger, have to work hard as well," he said.
Carson Fyah will be releasing a mixtape, and is already performing at several events in an attempt to increase his presence locally. He also disclosed that he has been getting shows overseas.
The artiste also believes the music industry needs training. "Singers and players of instruments need to be properly trained in the art. Just as any other profession, the business and every aspect of the industry need help," said the Spanish Town-born artiste who has collaborated with Junior Reid, Lukie D and George Nooks.