Multifaceted entertainment personality Denzie Cash has transitioned his musical craft via his writing and singing talent to make his mark as a mainstream recording artist with the official release of a dancehall single which has found favors in elite dancehall main circuits such as Boom Sundays, Uptown Mondays, Weddy Weddy Wednesdays and other major events.
The dance track titled Spliff after Spliff is produced by Ultra Modern Digital label and steadily ticking the interest of several users on social media after it was distributed to all digital platforms via Zojak Worldwide.
“Spliff after Spliff is basically expressing my love for the cannabis plant on a recreational level. The riddim is contagious and the video will be one that will have the viewer’s undivided attention,” Denzie told the media.
In the exclusive press interview, Denzie expressed that he is very elated about the tremendous feedback since the release of his debut track. “The love is real. I have been getting consistent rotations on quite a few local stations and a few international ones as well like BBC 1xtra, Linkage Radio, and others. The level I am currently at is a great kick-starter for my initial effort so I am very motivated to work very hard towards my goals in music,”
“My current focus is on my artist development. I want to give my fans the best version of my craft that’s the reason why I aligned myself with my mentor Angel Doolas. I am trying my best to learn as much as I need to as an authentic dancehall artist.
The Westmoreland native made it evident in his statement that he is not intimidated by other modern genres such as Trap music.
“They are doing their thing and I am doing mine. Good music doesn’t have a limit and some of dancehall finest were original dancehall so my aim is to stay in my lane and do catchy tunes while handling my music business.” Said the former Black River High School, Student.
The deep-rooted musician is no stranger to hard work in the music business as he garnered experience as Tv presenter and artist promoter at FIWI Choice Top 10 Chart Show and Radio Presenter on Hot 102 FM and KLAS FM
The Westmoreland native Denzie Cash given name Dennis McInnis was influenced by his Father, Uncle, and Grandfather who collected various records and cassettes.Denzie-Cash-Spliff-After-Spliff-Ultra-Modern-Riddim.mp3 (6 downloads)