Bashwa looks to new markets with EP | Entertainment

Clarendonian recording artiste Bashwa has been on the promotional trail for his latest EP titled Tables Turn.

Since its official release in January, Bashwa has been actively embracing new markets for which he has been releasing new music videos periodically. The EP features 11 singles, including the title track, combining reggae and dancehall.

Young producers from Dinero Production, B13 Records, YGT Records, SSR Records, Rural Area Production, and Michael Music are all featured on the EP.

“I am still developing my craft, so taking time to perfect it and promote it is essential at this time. Tables Turn is not just an EP for me, it’s a body of work that speaks to my versatility. So I wanted to work with producers who had a fresh ear for new and emerging talents,” said Bashwa.

Outside of Tables Turn, singles such as You Can Do It and Dreams Come Through have been the most talked-about based on the positive nature of the songs.

“While the EP has quite a few songs on it, the singles are very relatable, especially in these trying times,” he said. The artiste has been receiving great reviews and is looking towards building his fan base in the United States, particularly New York and Florida, as well as Jamaica and the wider Caribbean.

He added, “These songs all have different target groups, but I have found that Caribbean people are everywhere, so I wanted to start by focusing on the markets that have deejays and fans reaching out to me the most.”

Bashwa is signed by B13 Record Label based in the US and in Clarendon, Jamaica. He is inspired by the likes of Elephant Man and Vybz Kartel and chose his name because it means ‘strike of force or energetic’ after those he wished to emulate.

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