Azkella wants to 'Ease The Stress'
New on the scene, the charismatic Cathene Suen Wishardt, better known by the moniker 'Azkella', is set to explode with her sexy and provocative single, 'Ease The Stress', which has been getting good response so far.
A fusion between dancehall and R&B, the seductive single will have its listeners in a tailspin. The song is produced on Camar Flava of Block17 Productions.
Azkella's music video for the single was recently premiered on Hype TV and is now available for full viewing on YouTube.
"The response [to my new single] is crazy! People love this track. I've been getting some great feedback. The lyrics are on point, the beat is infectious and the video is amazing," Azkella told THE STAR.
"I will continue to put in the work as it relates to my music, keep the momentum going, staying fully focused with my mind fixated on success, and overall providing my fans with a new sound that's like a breath of fresh air, which is needed."
Her publishing set-up is with Jackson Russell from the United Kingdom and Broadcast Music Inc, based in the US.
Growing up in the cool hills of Mandeville in Manchester, Azkella's first musical influence came from her father. She vividly remembers him constantly reminding her that she could be anything that she wanted to be in life. In fact, it was through a mutual friend of his, Richard Bell, the owner of Star Trail Records, that she got her first taste of music. She started performing at age 14, and by 16 years old she released her first song that was given some radio attention
Don't let her pretty face fool you, she has a bold and fierce demeanour, and is ready to explode on the local and international scene.
Producer Camar Flava believes she has the right ingredients to achieve her dream.
"Azkella has that international image. She's the full package - singing talent and very charismatic," he said.
"Azkella always leave an indelible mark on the minds of people in any given situation. Her music will undoubtedly make an impact on both the local and international audiences."