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December 10, 2013
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Keywee ready for streets


Up-and-coming entertainer Damion 'Keywee' Morgan, says he is ready to take on the streets.

The young artiste, born in Manchester, but now living in St Catherine, has expressed his desire to change Jamaica's youth with the message in his music.

Keywee described his style as, "singjay like Vegas or Khago, but my sound is signature".

His musical journey has been a rough one, thus far, but he is determined he will press on to achieve his dreams of one day being known to the masses through quality songs and entertainment.

Performances at shows in Manchester and St Mary have convinced the young act that his music will one day find a place on the charts.

"My ultimate goal, in about five years, is achieving a Grammy. But, still, the sky is the limit," he said.

"The music industry is in a good direction now as we can see the rap artistes are interested in our flavour and style. Reggae music now is a good look with emerging artistes like Chronixx, Protoje, I-Octane etc, so we just need more love in the industry."

Keywee plans to bring something different to the table.

"My difference is by doing good music and help uplift the people while being myself, being natural," he said.

His songs released, thus far, include Back It Up, Blessings A Pour, Di System and Jah Keep Me Holding.

Keywee is currently working with producers such as Vineyard Productions, St Bess Records, Cross Fire Productions and Live Village.

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