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Jamaican Dancehall Artist, Konshens Bares It All, Admits He “Fu!ked” Up His Life.

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With nine thousand comments and counting, Jamaican dancehall artist, Konshens may very well be trending online this week. Sparked by a very telling social media post, detailing his personal shortcomings as a man and husband, Konshens who admits to having very few friends, bared his soul on Instagram on Wednesday.

Two years into his marriage to Latoya Wright and the two now face marital problems. It was only a few months ago that both the artiste and his wife used social media to tell of their split, but then in October, the pair was photographed together again, giving mixed signals as to the status of their relationship. Now, Konshens, via social media, has a meltdown in plain view of his one million Instagram fans, and then some. He admits to his mistakes and even says his wife stopped him from killing himself a number of times.

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You will wake up and grow up when she already gone. all she did was – Bring me the greatest happiness only rivaled by mi kids births. – stick by me no matter what and who going against me – Stop me from kill miself COUNTLESS times after mi bredda drop out an mi get fucking unstable. And counsel me when the world a come down pan mi. – Put up with Countless fuckery and handle it all with class and maintain respect and protect me image. – Love mi daughter like she is yours and grow her into a Lady. – Transform my mindset financially and show me seh the way i was handling money all those years was totally wrong. – Match me perfectly spiritually and physically – Partner with me in business and LIFE AND ME STILL FIND SO MANY WAYS FI MEK THIS FUCK UP. This is what happen when a likkle Jack get a QUEEN. This is a message to all men, step outa uself an look pan u life, look wat really important and dont mek Jah tek back him blessing. Mi no wah no sympathy, and yes i had to post this because a yasso mi vent mi have few frenz but none a mi fren dem nah go say “big pussy yuh nuh see seh yuh a fuck up yuh life”. Jus like how we nuh grow fi talk bout feelings an me did affi lose mi bredda fi know seh man have feelings, same suh we grow as womanizer and big likkle bwoy weh feel like money inna pocket is all,and think SELF SELF SELF and try mek up fi it by being great in other areas, anno suh it work. Yah go lose an lose BIG. Thank you very much @__latts__ best years of my life. Sorry me fuck it up. Mi aggo fix miself as a person and fix mi head to. And no matter where you go in life im going to be a call away watching and hoping you find real happiness wid sum1 deserving but i will be ready and waiting if u ever call. To all ladies i am NOT available and i dont want Nobody at all. Mi nah go depress unnu timeline mi jus a say dis publicly so everybody know wah kinda clown unnu deh yah a support an suh any man weh a clown demself can wise the fuck up now. Me aggo focus pan mi music an mi carreer, drop mi song dem an do mi work an go hard, focus pan mi kids and mi mental health and growth as a man an loww out bwoy life.

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Konshens has been one of Jamaica’s most adored artistes. His crossover into the Soca market has added to his musical appeal. His marriage to Wright, the mother of his young son, was certainly reminiscent of a fairytale, making this present situation all the more unbelievable.

As the Christmas season looms, we certainly wish this beautiful, young couple strength and hope amid the trials presently faced in their relationship. One thing’s for certain, Latoya Wright maintains her strength and continues to be loyal to her husband, making that very clear to a social media commenter who outright slammed Konshens for his post.

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‘I Am Legend’ Concert Postponed as COVID-19 Fears Increase.

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The COVID-19 virus, a matter of immeasurable concern, globally, at this time, ‘I Am Legend’ concert franchise owner Glenroy Watson has postponed this year’s highly anticipated reggae showcase in Trinidad and Tobago, to a date to be announced. “The world as we know it has the potential to change in light of this pandemic and this isn’t something to be taken lightly. We’ve been closely monitoring developments on this issue since February and now it’s time to act,” said the businessman.   

‘I Am Legend’ has hosted reggae sensation, Buju Banton over the years. The event reconnected fans in Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana with the Jamaican entertainer in 2019, 10 years after his last appearance in T&T when he appeared at ‘I Am Legend’, and just four months after his release from US prison. Reviews following both events last year, were very good. “We cannot afford to simply ignore this issue. People are losing their lives and our event is one that caters to a broad demographic of people, many of whom would be between the ages of 40 and 65. That’s the power of good, reggae music. It has the ability to bring out both the young and the young and heart,” said Watson. He says because of this reality, the risk factors surrounding hosting ‘I Am Legend’ on its usual Easter weekend calendar date, are high and certainly a risk he isn’t willing to take. 

The I Am Legend promotional franchise has maintained its appreciation for positive reggae music, Watson consistently advocating for the promotion of sound musical influences for the benefit of both the youth and the mature entertainment seekers. “Rest assured that when the I Am Legend’ concert date is announced and our lineup of artistes are revealed when all cause for concern is settled, the show will be nothing short of spectacular. For now, the safety and health of everyone out there, is our primary concern,” said Watson.   

For updates on the I Am Legend concert, patrons are reminded that they should follow High Frequency Entertainment on Instagram and Facebook. 

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No Playing. One Voice Keeps Pushing Post Carnival 2020 in T&T.

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Less than a week after Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival had ended, one US based artiste began thinking and working on the prospects for 2021. One Voice, an entertainer with a heart of gold, says no matter the challenges faced in the business, his love for Soca music keeps him focused on the prize and he knows he will conquer what many may see as far-fetched.

One Voice remains committed to Soca.

It’s never been easy to break through in the Soca arena. For years, the prominent names attached to the genre have remained relatively intact, unchanging, despite the introduction of a few new contributors to the spirit of the sound. Many argue that this is the reason the new ‘Zesser’ movement has enthralled the youths in downtrodden communities in Trinidad and Tobago. It’s been said that many of the artistes who make up that movement were once knocking on the doors of the Soca industry, to no avail. Now, they’ve created an emulated dancehall sound that is breaking barriers, even in Jamaica.

One Voice says despite many years of knocking and little major penetration on the mainstream circuit, he remains committed to the Caribbean Soca vibe. “There’s nothing like Soca music and there’s nothing else I’d want to be a part of. I believe Soca music is growing every year, and reaching people in parts around the globe, more than it ever has. That’s something to celebrate,” he said, adding that he has no issue with the fusion of Soca with other genres, saying blending the sounds could only make it better. “There’s something to be said about sharing our gifts with the world. Soca music is our gift to be shared. I see what I contribute as a part of me that I’d like people from everywhere to enjoy. I don’t do any of this to compete with anyone. I basically see my efforts as a contributing factor towards the growth of the genre,” he said.

This past Carnival, One Voice who is based in Brooklyn New York, delivered two Soca tracks- ‘True Feter’ and ‘Trust’. He traveled to the country in early January, promoting his music across the urban airwaves and via other traditional media, and while his efforts may not have effectively positioned him at the top of the pack this season, he remains focused and patient. “When it’s my time to shine, I know I will. I’m dedicated to my craft and I will continue to push hard the only way I know how- by delivering good music consistently,” he said.

For more on OneVoice, and what he brings to the table, check out his Instagram profile @onevizzy.

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