Kurtici excited about ‘Money To Di Link’
Dancehall artiste Kurtici has the streets buzzing with his new dancehall trap song, ' Money To Di Link'.
"The song is making a real impact on the dancehall scene after my dancing song Real Way gave me recognition with music fans. This song is getting radio airplay, and the street selectors are playing it in the dancehall," Kurtici said.
The artiste is already bankrolling a video to help promote the project.
"The video will be shot later this month and released sometime in October," he said.
Kurtici was born in Kingston and attended Old Harbour High School, where he began an enduring love affair with music during his teenage years. Like most young boys in his community, he would listen to dancehall tapes with his friends, which fuelled his desire to become a dancehall artiste.
He relocated to Brixton, England, in the 1990s. He later returned to Jamaica to live, where he has been pursuing his musical aspirations. He has since worked with a number of producers.
"Dancehall music is Jamaican culture. And so, as a Jamaican, I had to return to my homeland so that I could represent the real way," said Kurtici, whose given name is Kerrick Bartley.