Dexta getting THE LOVE
Written by Jamaica Observer Posted On: Friday, 07 April 2017
Two weeks after its release, Intro, the debut album from Dexta Daps, has been getting extremely favourable responses.
Splash, executive producer Craig Harrisingh of DASECA Productions said the feedback has been overwhelming.
“We are surprised by the reaction the project is receiving in the streets. The comments have been awesome. The album takes a lot of visitors to his (Dexta) website as not only are the songs captivating but the entire album is free,” he said.
Intro comprises 12 tracks, 10 of which are brand new songs. The album also features collaborations with Alaine and Blakkman. Included in the track listings are Grow Enough, No Coke, Owner and Love Again.
“The album is a mixture of everything. Half is dedicated to the females and the rest has cultural tracks and so on. The fans are really excited about the production as the album came in short order after the artiste got his breakthrough,” Harrisingh said.
Dexta and his team continues to promote his single with a string of upcoming shows in sections of the Caribbean, United States and Europe.
“He has a world tour coming up which will start later this month and continue through the summer,” he said.
Dexta Daps, given name Louis Grandison, is a past student of Calabar High. Like most teenagers, Dexta liked music but said he was more focused on becoming a footballer. But growing up in a community that produced some of the dancehall industry’s heavyweights including Shabba Ranks, Bounty Killer and Elephant Man, the thought to become a deejay was appealing.
He is known for a number of hits such as Morning Love, Chinese Jordan, Cheat On You and Shabba Madda Pot.
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