Dancehall rookie deejay Kurry Stain is enjoying a decent buzz with his latest single, Sky Pree on the Life Support riddim for JA Productions.
The wonderfully penned ‘Sky Pree’ has a catchy chorus and even a great bridge where Kurry Stain deejays: “right now, wi haffi work hard/mi nah go like the mouse inna the church yard.”
“I swear, is a great look, mi phone a blow up everyday when the song a play pon the Life Support. Mi a get a lot of response on my Twitter and Facebook pages, especially overseas in the Caribbean and New York,” the 21 year old deejay said.
He was born in St. Thomas but raised in Portland in a Christian family. He graduated from Portland high school with 4 CXC subjects, but relocated to Kingston at age 18 to pursue a musical career.
“I came to Kingston and decided I had to enter some talent competition so I could get some producers or manager to see the potential in me, so I tried KFC On the Verge and went to finals but did not win, then I entered Tastees Talent trail and went to the semi-finals round but did not win, then I entered Magnum Kings and Queens and due to low vote I fell off after the first performance,” he said.
Then a huge opportunity came his way when he heard about dancehall star Popcaan’s Unruly Clash.
“I went to the clash and I lyrically slew everything weeks upon weeks generating a huge buzz for me from last year May until now. After that producer Justus Arison was the man who saw and heard the potential in me and recorded my first official mainstream song and is now looking to work with him as one of his artistes in the JA production team,” he said.
He scored big with his breakthrough single, ‘Party Nice’ for JA Productions. And he has not looked back since.
He has a number of singles such as ‘Smoke weed and Fly’ featuring Supa Hype, ‘Belly So Flat’ for Khame Up Records and Bring Back the Reggae’ for Audio Traxx Production.
You can contact him on Twitter @kurryupt and Instagram @kurrystain_skypree. For bookings, contact email@example.com.