The Countreggae artist starts off 2024 with a fresh collaboration alongside dancehall star, Busy Signal
Wesrok, aims to make an even greater impact in 2024
Jamaican musician Wesrok joins forces with dancehall icon Busy Signal for their collaboration, "Don't Get Me Wrong," produced by 360 Global Entertainment. This single anticipates a fresh chapter for the reggae artist from Jamaica.
Born Percival Buddan in Bog Walk, St. Catherine, Jamaica, Wesrok is a trailblazer in the fusion genre known today as "Countreggae." Drawing inspiration from notable figures like Marty Robbins and Kenny Rogers, Wesrok's innovative sound seamlessly merges the storytelling prowess of country music with the infectious rhythms of reggae. The objective is to gain exposure to a global audience.
Wesrok's career took a significant turn with the release of his 2021 EP, 'Look At Me Now.' Comprising seven tracks, this EP highlights his exceptional storytelling and genre-blending skills. Tracks like "Poor Country Boy" and "Born As A Winner" showcase his versatility, appealing to a diverse audience.
To establish a prominent presence in the country reggae scene, Wesrok collaborated with dancehall artists such as Masicka in 'Try To Hold Me' and Laa Lee in 'Is There A Party.' Following a successful 2023, he aims to make an even greater impact in 2024.