Dancehall Reggae Artiste Vershon revamps his management team - Dancehall artiste Vershon is looking to take his career to the next level and is currently eyeing the international market.
The entertainer decided to switch things up as far as his management
team is concerned and has installed Shelly-Ann Curran of John John Music
to oversee his career.
"Right now, I'm looking to take my career to that next level not just
locally, but also internationally, and with this new EP, I think it is
very important to have the right team of people that sees and shares the
same vision as I do," Vershon said.
Curran said she believes Vershon has superstar qualities and is
looking forward to pulling them out of him as their work relationship
"I decided to work with Vershon because I see a superstar. He has a
God-given talent that he himself really and truly hasn't fully
understood yet," she said. "He scored with big songs early in his career
and I believe he only scratched the surface. He is a hitmaker, and I'm
only here to keep him and his team focused on our global goals."
The artiste is currently promoting One More Day, his new nine-track EP released on the Real Queffa recording imprint.
One More Day was officially launched in February but was released in mid-March. It features songs with new sensation Govana (Weh Dem Know Bout) and Ghanaian Afrobeat star, Jupita (Crazy).
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