Dancehall reggae artiste Undaconda - Sex Is The New Gun: Undaconda Exposure... In an anti violence / anti crack campaign… Undaconda encourages everyone to put down the guns and instead pick up the pistol, sex pistol that is and inseminate it.
Just put down the crack and pro create it. Breathe life and reality into
your ears by driving heart pumping, base thumping, rhythmic flows of
sexually melodic word play as hard as a polar bear nipples in heat.
“When it comes to violence I am not necessarily a DJ what love to sing bout violence but if a man try fi step pon me toe naturally, I will give him back some style, lyrically style… what really can mek him lyrically decline,” Undaconda notes about himself as an artist.
Undaconda prefers to voice tunes that contains sexual analogies or depicts relationships rather than promoting a musical life of drugs and violence. He feels that is better to speak of the natural encounters that we all must face at some time in our lives.
Some earlier than others but he does not shy away from the sexual fabrics which does consume our society. Some of his songs sound out warnings to those that misuse sex while others describe sometimes comical mishaps.
“I’m going to always be thinking and thinking beyond whatever the subject shows me. So if somebody’s rhyme is to say that he have sex with four or five gyal mi nah have fi come out and say that I have sex with four gyal, five gyal, but me a choreograph it in a way where it make sense so when him hear it he know it a talk to him, you know what I mean.
Me expect say the women to be flattered cause if the’re flattered it just mean say that them is a freak like how me write the song to make it portray. Or the image me portray, they can match with it,” He explains.
Undaconda first discovered his vocal ability in the summer of 2001 in Scarborough, Canada where the Kingston born/ Spanish Town, St Catherine raised talent, relentlessly developed his diverse lyrical delivery.
“I was in a shelter by my mom or should I say with my mom and meet up 2 other youth who I put in the group named Jungle Squad. I was the first one to bring them in the music level you know?” He reflects.
Undaconda has the ability to take very real and sometimes perverse
situations and etched out a place within the art of musical expression
by creating a hypnotic and allusive style that penetrates the senses and
leaves the listener marveling in enjoyment.
“My music style is very hardcore, very explicit you kna what I mean? Dancehall, little bit of rap, you know? It’s like rock meet funk you know? But I inna the dancehall fraternity you know what I mean? Dats wut it is … Jungle Squad, you know?”, says Undaconda.
Undaconda, realizing that his drive to further excel in music, then formed Airwaxx Productions with fellow artist Reptilli and recorded a 23 Track Mix.
Since then, many life changes have occurred and many other tune have been written and in considering his musical direction he has now team up with his partner and wife Simone Ess Vijalantee on a independent label known as Vijalantee Entertainment
“Music now is my life, my job is not my life. My job is just something that I have to do to pay the bills and put food on the table, hopefully one day we will get rich. But music now, I will do that for free, its just a way of life me living and expressing my thoughts and my views if you may,” Undaconda explains.
“It’s not nothing to compare to where money is concerned because where money is concerned there is a lot of envy and disappointment and ting like dat you know? When a man can fire me… nobody can fire me from my music. Cause me can still sit down and shit and do music, me can hold a shower and do music, me can deh pon stage and do music. So you know once me put myself in an environment to do music, me can do it.
So if me say me go a work now, in order for me a go pon a lunch break me have fi go ask for dat or know say it’s originally given to me for that specific time frame. My music now come to me whenever and me express dat whenever.
So my music is my life. My job now is just something what you got to do on the earth ‘til the day you die and me nah plan to do dat so my music is what me defend right now, naturally,” explains Conda.