If you didnâ€™t rate Squash highly at the beginning of the year, I am sure your view has now changed. The â€œ6IX Bossâ€ features on a track with dancehall legend Sean Paul, â€˜Life We Livingâ€™. The king of collaborations teams up with Squash in this summer jam which is sure to boost the latterâ€™s image to a larger audience. The track was produced by Sean Paulâ€™s Dutty Rock Productions, Money Matters Entertainment and East Link Records.
Sean Paulâ€™s commercial viability is among the top artists in the genre. Bearing that in mind you can imagine the effect it will have for Squash over the Jamaican shores. Squash also had another summer hit a few months back with â€˜Worlâ€™Bossâ€™, Vybz Kartel, in â€˜Beat Dem Badâ€™, making the deadlines with the incarcerated deejay.
Andre Whittaker popularly known as Squash has been around for a few years making dancehall music. Since 2016 Andre has delivered good, hardcore, in your face dancehall, only getting real recognition in 2017. Three years in, he has now marked the register as a relevant dancehall artist with noteworthy hits. These include ‘Buss E SK’, ‘Fi You Dirt and his break out single ‘Life Story Pt.1’.
Hailing from St. James. Squash has made a name for himself in the dancehall genre making memorable collaborations with his 6IX crew and other dancehall heavy weights. This is only the beginning of what should be a long career for the deejay from Montego Bay.
This is arguably Squash’s most successful year as he has dropped numerous good tracks. These include , â€˜Bulldogâ€™ â€˜Trendingâ€™, â€˜Beat Dem Badâ€™, and â€˜Money Feverâ€™ and deserve your attention. The hype life described in the track will leave fans wanting more. Judging from the music video ending there may be a part two in the pipeline.