DJ Pipelyne to do big things in music
DJ Pipelyne has one thing set on his mind - to take the music world by storm. And with three recorded songs that are getting reasonable air time, the fast-rising May Pen, Clarendon-based artiste is well set to hit the musical's gold mine.
The artiste, who is currently on the hunt for a manager, and who tasted success in the recently concluded Moby's Big Buss competition, where he won a recording contract, cash and other prizes, boasted that with the Moby's win, he is now pumped up and hungry for more successes in 2014.
"Winning the Moby's Big Buss competition was like Tessanne (Chin) winning the international music competition, 'The Voice'. It will open doors for me, I just need someone to guide my career right now," insisted the sharp-wit self-proclaimed lyricist who work as a barber in May Pen.
The 27-year-old, who was christened Dwayne Beason, told The Star that he has been writing and performing music from his high-school day at Kellits High in Clarendon, but had not taken the music seriously then, but has now set his sight on carving out a name for himself with his razor-sharp lyrics and high-tempo performances.
"I didn't take the thing (music career) seriously then, but now it's my time to shine. With my lyrics and performance, I am ready for prime time. I have been doing music for a long time, from school days at Kellits, so I know that something is in the pipeline for me," he told The Star.
He said Mama Have A Little Faith, Good Love and Waah Money Nuff-Nuff are three of his recorded songs that are getting good rotation on radios, and which has expanded his fan base and earned him the respect of his peers.