DiCelebrityy gets a buzz with ‘Full Charge’

August 11, 2020

Dancehall artiste DiCelebrityy is amping up promotion of his latest single, Full Charge, which was released on the Pyyros Govament label in July.

"The video and song dropped the same day ... and the response has been great," said DiCelebrityy, given name Adrian Campbell.

The artiste has always exuded an intensely individualistic streak that reflected itself early in his fashion choices and unique street slang.

"Lyrically, I bring diversity, new kinds of melodies, and flair, as I'm also into fashion. I dress in an unusual way, and I dance to my own beat," he said.

He gave himself the name DiCelebrityy because of the effect he seemed to have on those who came in close contact with him.

"I gave myself that name 'cause everywhere I go, people always enquiring what artiste I am 'cause they said I look exactly how a celebrity should look," he said.

Born in St Ann's Bay, he grew up in Amiel Town in Dressikie, St Mary. DiCelebrityy attended Mt Angus Primary and Junior High School and later Tacky High School ,also in St Mary.

"Music is part of my blood, my DNA, because as far as I can remember, from childhood days, I was always a lover of dancehall and reggae music even before I started writing my own songs," he said.

He recorded his first official song, Motion Wine, in 2012 on his own label, Warm and Easy Recordz. He migrated to the USA in 2015, where he continued to fine-tune his craft.

DiCelebrityy will follow up the release of Full Charge with a new song, Bounce, featuring Sikka Rymes.

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