Jamaican-born, St Kitts and Nevis-based dancehall artist Byron Messia has been steadily carving out a niche for himself in the music industry with his hit single, “Talibans“.
The track has garnered over 19 million views via YouTube and charted prominently across the diaspora. Unsurprisingly, the 23-year-old artist has caught the attention of a major record label and recently signed a multi-album deal with Interscope Records, a subsidiary of Universal Music Group. While details of the agreement remain confidential, fans’ expectation has risen for the emerging Caribbean star.
Byron’s popularity has skyrocketed in recent months, with endorsements from several prominent artists, including Jada Kingdom, Prince Swanny, Govana, Popcaan, Bobby Smurda, and the African giant Burna Boy. His latest single, “Stranger To Happiness“, a collaborative effort with Govana, has already amassed one million views on YouTube in just a month since its release. This ongoing success will only help to further solidify his place in the industry.
With summer fast approaching, Byron Messia is actively promoting his latest album, “No Love“, and gaining more fans along the way. Evidently, his talent and increasing fanbase are paving the way for a promising future in the music industry.