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May 13, 2014
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Ky-enie hits the music scene with 'New Day'


A new day has dawned for singer and musician Ky-enie. After years of perfecting his craft and recording for various production entities including the famed Big Yard label, he has now assembled a new team to guide his career.

Ky-enie is promoting his new single, New Day, (taken from his latest EP, Ghetto Dream). He has also signed a management contract with DNA Management Group, which comprises David Azariah, Ken Bernard and Adrian 'Donsome' Hanson from Donsome Records.

Ky-enie spoke about his new direction and the projects he has in the pipeline. "This musical journey has been quite an experience, you know, loved by many and hated by a few. There have been some highs and lows, happiness and, sometimes, sadness. But, through it all, I still managed to maintain my positive and continuous attitude towards life, my goals, my morals and responsibility as an artiste and a human being," he said.

Originally from St Ann, Ky-enie grew up in Stewart Town, Boscobel, St Mary. He later migrated to the United States in the late 1990s. He has been living between Jamaica and the states.

Known for songs including Don't Wanna Be Alone, Wings Of An Angel and Rain, Ky-enie pointed out that Rain has, to date, been the highlight of his career.

"My career really got the international recognition when Rain was included on the soundtrack to the film Shottas. I produced the track and it has given me recognition globally," said Ky-enie.

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