Honormosity building on clash success

November 25, 2016

While some debate on whether or not dancehall is dead, there are many upcoming artistes waiting patiently for their opportunity to shine.

Among them is Honormosity, the winner of the Boom Unruly Clash and latest Unruly Entertainment recruit.

Honormosity has always had his heart set on music, and when he was informed of the competition, he believed it was the right time to make the next step.

The 28-year-old St Mary native rose to notoriety, easing aside opponent after opponent in the 10-week long competition.

Soon he amassed fans across the island and the Jamaican Diaspora, becoming a favourite of 'Unruly Boss' Popcaan.

On the final night, Honormosity was declared clash king by a panel of judges consisting of dancehall hitmaker Notnice, selector Bishop Escobar, and dancehall icon Ninja Man.

Honormosity draws inspiration from entertainers like Shabba Ranks, Bounty Killer and Beenie Man.

"Music has always been in me. It is what I do best. I can't help myself, I always have to be doing music," he said.

Since his Unruly Clash victory, Honormosity has been very busy in the studio recording with a number of producers as well as performing on various shows.

Among his songs are Handle the Gear Stick, Clever Rhyme, Defend the Food, and To the Top currently in rotation.

He said since joining the Unruly camp, more doors have opened for him.

"More producers are willing to work with me, and I have to give thanks to Boom and Popcaan for that," Honormosity said.

He believes 2017 will be a big year for him, with plans to hit the Billboard charts.

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