Venjance gets overseas recognition

December 01, 2016
Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer Portmore artiste Venjance (right) and Blak Spade producer Quarter Don

Portmore-based recording artiste Venjance has been making waves with his two major collaborations - 'Find a Way' with Turbulence, and 'Once Again' with rising African artiste Afreekan.

Both songs have been doing well, entering a number of charts in Africa, United States and England.

"The link with the Africa-based artiste came about as Afreekan heard the song Find a Way that I did with Turbulence on a website and got in touch with me through social media. He told me he loved my collab with Turbulence and he would love to do one with me. It took no time to come up with Once Again," Venjance said.

And since its release, Venjance says the response has been positive.

"The song is gaining traction in Africa, as well as in Europe, and has the potential to become a major hit," he said.

Venjance said he is grateful for the support he has been getting from his fans across the world. He said he is stepping into 2017 with a mission to spread his music even more with new singles to be released soon like Last to First and Vampire and My Girl.

The artiste, who is currently seeking his place in the music industry, has released a string of other songs like Voice of the People, produced by Dr Linden Richards, Vampire, Broke My Heart and How High. He is currently signed to Blakspade Records controlled by young producer Quata Don.

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