Making a mark in this music industry sometimes only requires one track that raises eyebrows. Intenceâ€™s â€˜Go Hardâ€™ on Lifestyle Riddim is one of those tracks. On a riddim that features Sean Paul, Sikka Rymes, Vybz Kartel, Chronic Law, Squash and Demarco, the young artist from Tavern Avenue was able to stand out. His energetic, in your face style helped him make a banger which competes as the top pick on the riddim.
Upon close scrutiny of his past work Intence steps into the category of â€˜hot prospect for the futureâ€™. The young dancehall artist was born and raised in Tavern, Kingston Jamaica. He learnt his skill from his father who was also a dancehall deejay. After scoring a contract with Boyzie Records he has released tracks such as ‘Jett Life’ and ‘Bad Gal’.
2019 has been a good year for the youngster who performed and shined at the Reggae Sumfest in July. He kicked on from there and ripped it up at Beenie Manâ€™s Summer Sizzle Festival a few weeks back.
The Jettlife Movement artist has just released visuals for his latest track â€˜Testimonyâ€™ which is definitely worth your time. His demeanor is almost like Vybz Kartel but he has his own distinct style. Just to set the record straight I am not implying that he is the next Kartel. If he continues on this trajectory and is consistent the sky is the limit for the rising star.
Dancehall looks forward to more tracks for this young talent. With his peculiar image and energetic style he is sure to be a success story. These are just a few things you need to succeed in the industry. This, coupled with good management and a bit of luck with that catchy song. Look out in the near future for upcoming tracks and concerts as I am sure he will deliver.