Kyoda gets buzz for 'Beat It' as Ishawna counteraction

Kyoda gets buzz for 'Beat It' as Ishawna counteraction

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Kyoda has a burning desire to make it big in the music industry. He doesn't believe in using gimmicks or negative controversy to generate publicity. He believes in the tenets of hard work and talent. 


"Mi nah knock nobody, but mi nah do nothing too extreme, that don't reflect who I am as an artiste, because yu caan buss with a false image with the public. Yu haffi buss natural, little controversy to make the public talk, yes, but nothing too extreme or over-the-top, or which is a straight out lie," he said. 


"Artiste fi buss natural so dem have more longevity in the business."


He is no stranger to controversy however, as some Internet marketers have been distributing his song, 'Beat It' as a counteraction to Ishawna's controversial 'Equal Rights' song. 


"It was not intentional, my song actually came out before Ishawna song, she ah say 'eat it' and mi a say 'beat it', but it just work out that way, people have it as a counteraction but it wasn't something I had in mind, but it ah help to push my song," he said.


Over the weekend, the singjay made an important stride with the shooting of a music video for his song 'Beat it'.


The catchy single is produced by his talented producer Leo Flexx, operator of the Intuitive Music studio. The riddim called 'star life' is produced by Della Starz. The video was shot by Caution Films, a company that has worked with major local stars such as Vybz Kartel, Alkaline, Tommy Lee and Vershon.


The talented artiste says his love for music started in high school where it was a hobby to deejay with friends. At a young age, he was inspired by a number of dancehall's musical veterans including Junior Gong Marley and Vybz Kartel. He has performed in Trinidad and Tobago among other places.


He's presently signed to a Europe-based label called Loud Entertainment owned by Marlon Jennings.


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