REGGAE ENTERTAINER KEZNAMDI HAS BIG PLANS AFTER E.P. LAUNCH
Roots revival artiste Keznamdi is basking in the attention after the successful launch of his debut EP Bridging the Gap. The EP, which was launched recently at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre, signals the artiste’s mass arrival on the Jamaican music scene.
“All the people who keep supporting good music just keep doing it because it’s blessing. It was a good show as all my family came out and gave support,” commented Keznamdi
Keznamdi partnered with his sister Kelissa for the launch which also saw the premier of the Gideon video – collaboration between the two. Launch also saw participation from the McDonald Family with Kamilla being the MC and Father Chakula speaking and performing alongside the likes of other young Reggae revivalists, Chronixx, Dre Island, Kabaka Pyramid and Jah 9.
“We are focused on promoting the Bridging the Gap EP so we will be doing promotional tours on the West coast of America specifically in cities such as San Diego and San Francisco. We are also looking at getting our music and videos more established in the Caribbean and South America. For Jamaica we will be doing some special live performances around the island to further cement the music on the reggae landscape”, Keznmadi said.
Keznamdi will do a series of small shows in Kingston to further expose his talent to the masses. Currently there are plans to have shows at the Village Blues Café and Redbone Blues Bar.
The artiste revealed that the next stage of the promotion will focus on the release of the video for his single I Don’t Wanna, which was shot recently by Asha of Fareye Films and is currently being edited. Keznamdi says he also plans to shoot My Love for You in September, his collaboration with Chronixx also featured on the EP.
While continuing to rise as a new star in the reggae constellation, Keznamdi plans to maintain his focus on creating position and uplifting music.