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April 15, 2014
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Keisha Firmm

Keisha Firmm

Keisha Firmm has a beaming smile lately and it is all to do with her music finally coming to the forefront.

The deejay, who hails from Manchester, is currently enjoying an increased amount of attention around her music, which began professionally in 2008.

Her songs, Watch Mi Life and Show Me Love, done for DJ Tropical Productions and Girlvoice Music, respectively, are all doing well on local radio and in several key dancehall circles.

However, it is her most recent studio effort as a feature on Charly Black's Bubbles & Clip track that has really heightened her popularity. The song, produced by Biggy Music from Razz & Biggy, has been a hot topic in the streets since its release three weeks ago.

From this, the former top 5 finalist in the 2012 Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall competition is looking to consolidate and then build on the view shared by her and her peers that she is a force to be reckoned with.

"I plan to work even harder now that I have the attention of the people and keep promoting my music. The ultimate aim is to keep eyes and ears in my direction," she said.

Keisha Firmm, real name Keisha Reynolds, is also working on her mix tape, which would be her first and a rarity for female artistes.

The mix tape is being produced jointly by her label, Girlvoice Music, and Time Unit, and will be ready in a couple of weeks. The quality, she said, will be of high standard.

Keisha Firmm's other familiar tracks are Treat You Better and Man Pon Di Side.

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