Quenga looks to rake in ‘millions’

April 06, 2021

Eastsyde Records dancehall artiste Quenga is heating up the streets with a new single, titled Millions.

"The streets love what a gwaan, people love the metaphors and the flow and the girls dem love the swag," said the artiste. The song, which features swanky visuals, has racked up more than 400,000 views since its release.

He grew up in the Lyssons community in St Thomas where he attended Lyssons Primary and then Morant Bay High School. He started composing songs in 2016, inspired by rappers Jay-Z and Tupac Shakur. The first song he ever recorded was Emoji Face in 2019. He continued to work on his craft with his team at Eastsyde Records. The emerging artiste said that he has only one goal and that is success, while maintaining his authenticity.

"I would describe my style as compelling and soothing due to my unique voice. So mi just a gwaan heat up the place with some wicked rhymes, and sick metaphors," he said. There are plans to release an EP on the Eastsyde Records imprint this year.

"We're now in the process of putting these song together, probably about 10 tracks. We're looking to drop it soon," he said.

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