Genre Fluid, Billboard Charting K’Coneil Leaves His Memorable Mark On Canada
Genre Fluid, Billboard charting K'Coneil posing in front of Montreal's Olympic stadium
K’Coneil Leaves His Memorable Mark On Canada
Completing his first promotional tour of Canada, Genre Fluid, recording artist K’Coneil made sure to leave his mark in the musical soul and spirit of cities he visited.
As the billboard charting artist prepared for his anticipated performance at Canada’s premier urban artist showcase “Stages”, he first made his way through Toronto, where he joined renowned Carrie Mullings of Rebel Vibez where he teased Toronto’s Vibe 1105 listeners with a sneak peak of his new collaboration “Love How You Whine” featuring Canada’s own Kreesha Turner. The breakthrough star followed up by meeting with popular Andy Don of Starshine Radio show for an in-studio interview and a chance to formally introduce himself to the famed “6 City”, and ended his T.O experience with an exciting appearance at GView TV. “ Toronto was a whirlwind and an experience I won’t forget. It’s true what they say of Canadian hospitality, everyone was welcoming and warm, thank you T.O” remarked K’Coneil.
The northern experience continued in Montreal, where K’Coneil filmed his music video for “Loving You Right”. Directed by famed Fatty Soprano of Driven Paper Films, the video was filmed on location in the heart of the beautiful romantic city's old port. While journeying in the picturesque francophone city, K’Coneil showed off his french skills when he visited Jah Bless and Montana’s “Jah Reggae” show at Radio Centre-Ville and CKUT’s “Roots Rock and Reggae Show” with Singing P. “ I only remembered a few french words from College days, but the Montreal ladies were gracious enough to teach me a few more.” - K’Coneil
For the last leg of his promotional tour, the recording artist made it’s way to Canada’s Capital City where he took in the sights and charm of Ottawa. The city itself fully embodies K’Coneil’s "Genre Fluid" mantra. A melting pot of languages, people and sounds, Ottawa embraces and meshes the latter just as K’Coneil’s music successfully blends genres to create a masterpiece of sonic perfection.
The billboard charting artist left a memorable impression on the city with a performance at “Tropical House” where he took the stage to a captivated crowd. From his new fans to Ottawa’s music insiders like Papa Richie of CHUO’s “Rockers” and Junior Smith of CKCU’s “Reggae In The Fields, K’Coneil took the time and pleasure in meeting and as many as his North American neighbor as time allowed. K’Coneil Canadian Winter Promo Tour ended on a high note as he joined Montreal’s Kalmunity for an intimate night at Cafe Resonance.
“ I had such an amazing time in Canada, from fans to media, it was such a pleasure to meet everyone. Thank you Montreal, thank you Toronto, thank you Ottawa. I am looking forward to coming back… maybe in the summer this time lol..”
"He's potentially Jamaica's next international breakout artist" - Winford Williams Music journalist/TV host
"This guy has it together, not only does he look good, I love his writing skills but most of all I love his performing skills, and i love how he sings. His voice has a sweet tone and a lot of clarity and he has a signature sound. Im very impressed" - ZJ Sparks Producer/Radio personality
"K’Coneil makes music that reflects this blend of cultures organically without feeling forced or contrived. He has carved out his own lane within the music space, with a “genre fluid” style that’s sure to catch the ear of the wide world" - Rob Kenner Music Journalist/Complex, Boomshots,Mass Appeal
" Feel So Right is a smooth record to vibe out to. I love the way he did his own take on the classic Groove Theory record "Tell me" on one part of the song. Overall this is a great record." - Mister Vince Full Throttle Radio syndicated / 30 US markets
" You can't go wrong with this record, it got that flow, it has the IT" - DJ Norie Radio Personality NY POWER 105 FM
"This record is gone, it's gone, listen to me it's bad, K'Coneil everyone watch out for him"- Bobby Konders NY HOT 97 FM
"As a blend of Sean Paul and Usher, I see K’Coneil as the promissory voice of the future. His dancehall flavor mixed with the pop yet edgy appeal is one that makes you want to dig a little deep and hear more" - Billboard recording producer Seanizzle
"Arriving as the boundaries between dancehall and pop are blurring more than ever before, K'Coneil brings a fresh new voice to the scene that's right on time with the current moment." - LargeUp.co