Master One Recording artiste Denno has his sights fixed on taking his career up another notch. The artiste is busy “working the rounds” as he showcases his talent. His hit single seem to b gaining new life everyday as it is now sitting in the No 11 spot on the Hype TV Top 20 Singles Chart. The video, released a few weeks ago is also helping to propel the song’s popularity as it has also found its way on various video charts.
Denno could not be happier about the direction his career is going, he is also full of praise for the strong support given by his management company Master One Production. Even while he is enjoying success with Can’t Stop Dah Yute Yah the singing is now getting ready to unleash some new materials on the market. So far he has recorded over six new recordings including Straight for DJ Raff; My Mother for DK Tropical; Youths Moving Cold for Dalton Leith, Bun Dem for Stampede Music; Dem Waah Kill Me, for Lion House Production and Tek Me Life for Frenz For Real Productions.
From all indications Tek Me Life could very well be another big one for Denno as it has been receiving a lot of air play and the artistes says he has been getting a lot of positive feedback from those who listened to the track.
Performance wise Denno is maintaining a strong presence on the stage show circuit. He has been one some of the biggest events and as the summer approaches the artistes says “Denno can pop up at you anytime!”
With dancehall taking a lot of hits for its negative message, Denno says he is all about facts, “being realistic and coming with materials for the young and the old, Christian and non Christian, my music fits in anywhere,” he said.
“My writing and the smooth sound of my vocals, plus my catchy lyrics will always be a vibrant force in reggae and dancehall music I am just keeping it real straight,” promised the fast rising singer.
Denno’s message to fellow artiste is simple, “a love me say, not war, a peace me say and good music also, man and man use to have lyrical battles without a fist being thrown, we need back some of those days to preserve our fans, our stage shows and dances but most of all our music, dem caah stop dah yute yah. We all need to have a heart of love where ever we go and in everything we do.”