Intence x Audiomack ‘Bless The Yaad!’
For Immediate Release
Tuesday October 19th, 2021 – Kingston, Jamaica
One of Dancehall’s hottest artists, Intence teams with the music streaming platform Audiomack for the launch of their ‘Bless The Yaad’ Freestyle series.
Proudly repping Jamaican dancehall to the world, Yeng Boss delivers a raw and gritty freestyle complete with lyrical themes of having no fear and maintaining his position at the top of the culture.
Intence’s popularity in the Dancehall space has steadily risen. His hit singles “Yahoo Boyz,” “Go Hard” and “Yeng” each earned more than 7 million views on YouTube. Since teaming up with VP Records, his playlist reach on streaming platform Spotify sits at 1.6 million placing him in the upper tier within the genre.
Shot by Sage English at Reggae Legends Villa in Kingston, ‘Bless The Yaad’ by Audiomack is a visual presentation of top artists live on location serving their hottest performances for fans of the genre. The series puts the poetic mastery of Caribbean talent, both established and on the rise at the forefront. Millions of fans use Audiomack daily to discover the hottest trending music in youth culture.
In July, 2021 Intence released his debut EP Wounded. The 5-track project is a collection of songs that appeal to the new generation of Dancehall lovers who love the cutting edge, unique, hybrid sound of music. Intence’s lyrics and distinct delivery give the listener a view into the life of a youth from the streets of Papine, Kingston, Jamaica today. The summation of this is a fanatical audience for the young artist throughout the Caribbean and their diaspora communities abroad, which continues to grow rapidly. Intence is scheduled to perform in London in coming weeks due to high demand for the artist in the market. Fans in NYC and Toronto eagerly wait for their chance to see the Yeng Boss himself for the first time.
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Photo Credit: @shotbydeth
Born October 3rd, 1995, Intence was inspired to be in the music business by his Father Stephen “Axe” Gabbidon who also was an artist known as “Daddy Axe.” He owned a sound system called “Solo Passion” and changed it to “Category 5.”
Originally from the Tavern community in Papine, Kingston, Jamaica, the young star attended Mona High School. Today, Intence enjoys his status in modern Dancehall as a high-volume performing artist. Releasing multiple singles, often on a weekly basis has helped to maintain his tenure in the spotlight and the genre’s landscape.
From the concrete jungle of Kingston, Jamaica, the lyrical artist’s combination for right lyrics, hard hitting riddims, skill and creativity has awarded him success amongst his fans.