The dancehall artiste collaborates with Teejay and Rvssian for a new single inspired by his recent arrest in Florida. "Turn a negative situation into positive", he said
Kemar Highcon, Made his grand comeback (Adymon Walker)
Dancehall artiste Kemar Highcon is making his comeback to music space for the first time since he was arrested in Florida last month with the release of a new single titled 'Grand Theft Auto', inspired by the felony charges he faced recently.
"The Sauce Boss" s he is more popularly referred to, chose to turn up the situation into a positive thing and together with the renowned producer, Rvssian, and fellow dancehall artiste, Teejay they released an infectious track.
"The concept and idea was Rvssian. just to turn up the negative situation into a positive one", Said the artiste to Kaboom Mag. "also the idea for Teejay to be a feature is actually and artiste name Lauren10. so the whole thing forward in", he further added.
In the track, Kemar Highcon and Teejay brought together the energetic vibes to the bouncy beat, when everything is wrapped in a music video that makes the concept so believable.
The artiste whose real name is Kemar Woodfine arrested in Florida on May 5 on a charge of third-degree theft of a motor vehicle.
Highcon built his name in the dancehall industry with his biggest hit so far "So Saucy" in 2018, followed by the release of "Talk Bout".
Think Positive (Kyro Smoke)
The well-known producer, Rvssian (Born Tarik Johnston) recently joined forces with dancehall artistes Tommy Lee Sparta and Valiant for a viral song titled, 'Tic Tac Toe' and his latest release "Sixteen" featuring dancehall legend, Vybz Kartel and American Rapper, Trippie Redd, keeping his momentum going.