Vyzane reforming his sound
After touring the Caribbean twice in 2013 and 2015, recording artiste Vyzane says he is ready to take over the music scene with his reformed sound and content.
"After my last tour, I went back to the drawing board and revisited my approach to the music business. I took what my mentors taught me, and I am now emerging as a more knowledgeable artiste," he said.
The artiste, born Nicholas Smith, says 2017 will be his breakout year as the public has already warmed up to his distinctive sound after releasing On Fire.
He said the song is giving him the attention he needs as a young artiste.
"The disc jocks gave it a reasonable amount of air play, however, I have perfected my craft and I am positive that my new strategy will give me my big break," he said.
Tool of education, empowerment
The May Pen native explains that for him, music should be used as a tool that seeks to empower, educate, and relax the minds of listeners rather than to help stir controversy and focus on negativity.
"The energy you give off as an artiste is the energy your fans will adapt to. I want my fans to feel uplifted and educated, while being entertained. My EP, which will be out soon, titled Heavy Hitta, will do just that," he said.
Known among his peers as 'The Stunna', Vyzane's work has so far brought him into the public eye as being an artiste who produces relatable dancehall music with a fusion of soul.
He is currently preparing for an extensive tour of North America and Canada, starting in May.