Created by pain: Review of Byron Messia 'No Love' album
Updated: Jan 30
The rising dancehall artiste from St. Kitts drops a 16 songs album with great pain melodies, proper collaborations, and a trans-Caribbean journey
Byron Messia, Created by pain (Ztekk Ent)
Dancehall is not popular only in Jamaica but also crosses borders throughout the whole Caribbean. One of the emerging dancehall artists outside the yard, Byron Messia (born Dylan Byron), embraces an intriguing new album called 'No Love' via Prince Swanny label's, ZTEKK ENTERTAINMENT.
The 16 tracks album is a tight mix between contemporary dancehall that moves by the purity sounds of trap music and also touches of afrobeat.
The artiste who was born in Kingston and immigrated to St. Kitts at a young age never forget the influences from Jamaica that clearly appear throughout the entire album.
Byron Messia brought to the table some well-known and promising dancehall artists as in the collaboration, 'Dream Team' with the Jamaican dancehall star, Govana.
The song 'Believe' alongside the dancehall rising star, Jahshii is a wonderful melody with deep lyrics aimed to encourage all ghetto youths across the Caribbean.
Messia does not miss another collab with the "Chosen One", Rytikal, in the song, 'Heart a Mi Yard', which was produced by Black Spyda in Jamaica. a right choice in 'The King of War' singer which perfectly fits this great melodic combination.
The St. Kitts artiste gives a brilliant melodic song, 'Talibans', which in the video stars his label mate & friend, Prince Swanny, and the Jamaican female dancehall star, Jada Kingdom. The song is very popular across various social platforms and has almost reached the mark of million views.
With the Trinidadian artist, he also collaborates on the song, 'Devotion', another excellent melodic combination.
The album is produced all over the Caribbean with places like St. Kitts, Jamaica, Trinidad, and also Belize on the list. Byron Messia scores high with melodies of pain and a few songs for girls, simply an outstanding project.