Dancehall artist Masicka's They Don't Know Hits BET - Genahsyde recording artiste Masicka has been enjoying a huge amount of success on the local market in 2018.
Dancehall artiste Masicka
However, with his sights set on making an even bigger impact on the
global market, the entertainer has been making strides overseas.
His songs have been making the rounds on several music stations across
the US and the artiste seems poised to take his music to the mainstream.
One of his most recent tracks, They Don't Know, has been added to the rotation on the internationally renowned video outlet, BET Jams.
Speaking with THE STAR, Masicka explained that his song gaining
international attention is a testament that authentic dancehall will
always get the attention it deserves.
He expressed that growing up as a child, he always hoped one of his
songs would get featured on a BET programme and is happy that that dream
"When I was growing up, I used to watch '106 and Park' and always
dreamt to have a song on there. Although '106 and Park' is no longer
here, BET Jams is like the next best thing. So to see my song a play
with the hottest artistes in America is a good feeling," he said. "I'm
just going to continue to do authentic dancehall and just work hard."
His manager, Corey Todd, said the artiste's achievement is a good look
for dancehall, especially as the song doesn't feature an international
"For it to be playing alongside Migos and Cardi B and what's hot in hip
hop now is great. It was always our plan to do so (make an impact
internationally) and we will continue to push and make the right
connections so that Masicka will be a household name worldwide," he
The official music video for the song They Don't Know has racked up over three million views on YouTube since its release.
Before that, the video garnered another three million in just one month on the artiste's VEVO channel.
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