Trekar wants to be 'Top Man'
Dancehall artiste Trekar is gunning for the top position in the world of dancehall.
"I am taking nothing for granted, so I am putting in the hard work to be one of the best in the game. I am confident that I can get to the next level without the gimmicks or the controversy. Mi is a man no like talk. Mi action-pack, so mi just ah go do it mek the whole world see it," Trekar said.
The deejay is banking on the success of his latest release, Top Man, which was released on MaineStone Entertainment label via iTunes and other streaming sites. The video was released last week.
"The ladies seem to love the Top Man single cause the feedback has been really good via social media since the video was released. My management will be focusing on getting more shows this first quarter. there is also interest from promoters in a tour of Canada in June," Trekar said.
Trekar grew up in Greater Portmore. While attending Wolmer's Boys' School, he played basketball and represented the school's track team.
However, it was music that was his first true love, and he began to spend several afternoons at a studio.
He signed to Mainstone Entertainment last year and recorded several songs, such as the aforementioned Top Man and Dreamchaser.
One of his most popular songs is Ghetto Struggles, which has racked up over 30,000 views since its release in December 2017.