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December 3, 2013
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Masicka says 'Sen Anybody'

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The streets are buzzing with talk of Masicka's hard-hitting diss song, 'Sen Anybody', which throws lyrical body blows at several of his peers. He takes lyrical jabs at Popcaan, Ryno, Demarco, I Octane, Elephant Man, and even Gage.

On Sen Anybody, Masicka deejays: Papi and Ryno fight, that a two female. Angel tie Beenie with stew peas and pig's tail yu nuh see a Tommy Lee that yu sign Chris Gayle. Octane caan go Bobo Hill, him nyam pork regular. Demarco, why yu plait yu hear and a jerry fah?

"This song is just a public service announcement that says ah my time now, and mi just a tek it. It's that time of the year to prove yourself and I was in the studio and said mi no like how the way dancehall boring, so mi do the song. It is just lyrical but, like the song say, 'sen anybody' and mi ready fi deal with it," he said.

Masicka is now in Europe where he is doing a three-week tour of club gigs in France, Spain, Germany, and Switzerland.

"My music is being played all over the world, but not like how it should be played in Jamaica. so right now, a bear road mi a pree, and 2014 ah go be my year, I'm sure of that," the confident 21-year-old said.

This young blood is on a path to create his own legacy in the annals of the music industry. Born Javaun Fearon in Portmore, St Catherine, he grew up in Independence City and, after graduating Calabar High School, he joined forces with friend and current manager/producer Leon 'Kabba' Brown and Addis Pablo. Brown, at the time, was a songwriter for several of the industry's most established names and Addis an emerging producer and son of Reggae stalwart Augustus Pablo.

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The year 2009 marked the year that catapulted the young virtuoso into the spotlight after entering a deejay competition hosted by Caribbean entertainment giant's HYPE-TV. He won the opportunity to record with musical powerhouse Equinoxx Music. This soon led to a cult-like underground following of teenage fans.

As the years progressed, Masicka found himself working with a number of industry heavyweights, namely: Don Corleone, Equinoxx Music, One Motion Music, Dre Day Music, and TJ Records.

While 2010 was relatively quiet for him, he did enjoy marginal success with God A Watch Over Mi, which was released on the Equinox label.In 2011, he got major buzz with the street anthem Guh Hard And Done, which got steady rotation on local radio and cemented him as one of the new faces of dancehall music.

Going to recording studios has been a way of life for Masicka since he was 12, and he has begun to perfect his craft. Check out singles such as Karma, Mi Say Life and Breed Her on the Bed Bruk rhythm.

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