Kash Promise Move readies debut EP
Recording artiste Kash Promise Move says that while he may be a fairly new voice in dancehall music, he's looking to make a huge impact as he gets ready to release his debut EP.
Titled Unrivalled, he said the project will showcase that he has a lot to bring to the table. Having already landed huge collaborations with the likes of Jada Kingdom and, most recently, Chronic Law, the 22-year-old artiste said he believes in putting in the work and watching it open doors.
"I just released a song called You Don't See Mine on the 'Bridge' riddim, and it has been doing extremely well. In the first two weeks of its release, it got more than 100,000 views on YouTube. I think the song connected with people because I sang it from my heart. It told my story and highlights my journey in music," he told THE WEEKEND STAR. "And, on my most recent single, I collaborated with the 'Law Boss' [Chronic Law] to produce a song called Link Pass Dem. In less than a week, it has almost 30,000 views on YouTube, so I am looking forward to big things from that."
Having landed collaborations with big-name acts, more established artistes would clamour to connect with, Kash Promise Move said he has zeroed in on finishing up his EP.
"The calibre of music that you will hear on my upcoming EP will leave you speechless. I am aiming for hits with this project," he said. "It will be a well-executed project, with productions that were the result of hard work and just a pure love for music. I promise that it will be something well worth a listen when it drops. It will make people recognise my talent on a more serious level. I also have a lot more features coming up, so stay tuned and look out for Kash Promise Move doing big things."
The artiste, who was being managed by Romeich Major at one point in his career, said he's now working independently. He has his own team on the Promise Move Entertainment label.