Khago’s debut single Cyaan Cool, is proving to be more than just words to a song, but a self-fulfilling prophecy. In the heat of this summer, Khago blazes with the very popular Nah Sell Out. The single has been getting major airplay and seems set to propel the singer to dancehall stardom.
Riding on the popularity of Nah Sell Out, Khago is rapidly becoming a sought after performer. His debut Reggae Sumfest performance in July to performing at ‘A St Mary Mi Come From’ and Manchester Fiesta over the Independence weekend, is proof that Khago is indeed a hot commodity.
As it relates to performances this summer, Khago says he finds it hard to single out a memorable one. He says performing on Reggae Sumfest was extremely special since he had desired this for years in his mind, plus hearing Khago dubplates at Fully Loaded recently was also a high point for him.
He also said “I was shocked at the crowd reaction at St Mary Mi Come From and Manchester Fiesta. Mi couldn’t believe how people know the song them … even the not so popular one dem. Mi did shock!”
Describing his upward move in the business as a dream turned reality. He says he aims to produce music that will last. “At the end of the day hype nah last, people will want good music cause good music timeless.”
As time marches on Khago is set to burn up the airwaves and has no intention of burning out anytime soon.