Krazy S embraces Happy Life
Dancehall artiste Krazy S aspires to be the next Jamaican artiste to break into the global music scene with his unique blend of feel-good dancehall music and upbeat party vibes.
He hopes that his latest single, Happy Life, will push him towards that breakthrough moment in music.
The song was released on September 21, with glitzy visuals with flashy cars, sexy girls and party scenes.
"The video is about showing the youths a happier lifestyle with sexy ladies and we achieved that, the video really shot, the streets say suh," Krazy S said.
The up-and-coming entertainer grew up in May Pen, Clarendon, and attended Bustamante High school. He released his first single , Drop It, in 2007, and has been honing his craft in the studio and building his reputation in the streets one stage show at a time.
"My aim is to be one of dancehall's main topic and I am currently working on an EP, but I can't say much about that now," he said.