Dancehall artiste Charly Black recent releases 'First Time', 'We Nah Beg', and 'Wine And Kotch' getting Favourable Responses
Charly Black's trio of songs 'First Time', 'We Nah Beg', and 'Wine And Kotch', which were all released since January, have been getting favourable responses with the latter currently number one on several dancehall charts in Europe and the Caribbean.
The songs, produced by Jah Wayne Records, Seanizzle, and Head Concussion Records, respectively, have given the Trelawny native a big push into the year. They have been heating up the airwaves and several events within dancehall circles.
First Time, the most hardcore of the three singles, is revered by many of Black's female fans. We Nah Beg speaks of the former sound systems operator's self-reliance, being an artiste who has established himself in the mainstream without residing in the media-friendly parish of Kingston.
Wine And Kotch, which he recorded with fast-rising female deejay Capri, has been the number-one track in France for a couple of weeks now. It has also enjoyed success in other countries in Europe and the Caribbean.
The ever-determined deejay also scored big when he recorded and release Unstoppable last year. The track was produced by the Japanese-based Pancho on his Gachapan Records music label.
Black is also putting the final touches to his 15-track and not-yet-named debut album, set to be released on April 6. The deejay, whose birthday is on this date, will have a party to celebrate another milestone on earth at Light House in Salem, Runaway Bay, St Ann.
The deejay is very pleased with the direction of his career thus far but revealed that more work needed to be done.
"I am very happy with how things are going at the moment," he said. "I have to keep working harder and harder because you can't become complacent because you are having a good time. Things will change at any time."
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