Dancehall star Kyodi has teamed up with New York-based artiste Rell Briscoe to release a catchy single and music video entitled ‘Banks To Bronx’. The track which was released on all major digital platforms just over two weeks ago has already racked up over 106,000 streams on YouTube and has already charted on both Audio Mack and iTunes respectively. According to Rell Briscoe, he is humbled by the buzz around the single but is not surprised.
“The energy was right from in the studio so the lyrics and melody flowed effortlessly which are key components in creating a hit song. The plan is to push this record in all major music markets and grow both my brand as well as Kyodi’s in the process” Stated Rell Briscoe.
Born Ja’rel Hamilton, Rell Briscoe says he plans to add his star quality, versatility and his unique perspective to the local and international music industry.
“I feel that what makes me a star is mainly my versatility. Most artistes find it difficult to make different types of music which I do effortlessly. For me, that is the fun part of making music and I do it at high quality as well. Being from the Bronx, New York with Jamaican roots gives me a different outlook and the fact that I am getting posted by platforms such as Lyrical Lemonade and then to step into dancehall and peak at number 4 on Audio Mack with my first collaboration is very encouraging especially at age 18” Stated Rell Briscoe.
Both artistes are currently enjoying major buzz in various music markets as Kyodi is riding the wave off his new hit entitled “Assets” as well as his previous hit entitled “When Mi Nice”. Rell Briscoe has scored a cluster a buzzing singles in the Tri State underground music scene including Lotto (3 million streams), Come Over and Islands.