The opportunity came to the table at the end of 2014 during Turbulences Canada tour. The two were discussing various aspects of the music industry leading Kisco to sing a piece of his upcoming song. Turbulence knew instantly that this would become a hit and exchanged his number with the upcoming Canadian star.
With a classic dub, reggae sound and catchy lyrics, the song is bound to make its way through the reggae waves. Released on Soundcloud last month, the single has received a substantial amount of support.
The single is expected to hit iTunes Tuesday, May 12th.
More About Kisco
Andrew Walcott, better known as Canada’s versatile urban recording artist, Kisco, was born and raised in Waterhouse, Jamaica. In 1997 the young Kisco had the opportunity to immigrate to Canada, where he found his second home in Toronto.
His interest in music came about during his high school years, attending St Mary’s Secondary School in Pickering, Ontario. It was in 2010, while still learning the ropes in the music industry, that Kisco released his first single “Rich Dis Year”. The beat combined a perfect mixture of uplifting lyrics, urban drums and electric guitars which helped the artist garner a lot of media attention culminating in his video airing on RogersTV in Toronto. Later in 2010, the success of the single lead him to open for Joe Budden in Kingston, Ontario’s NV Nightclub.
Since then, Kisco has continued to release singles like “Wat A Gwan”, “Luv It When We Sexy” and “Shy Girl” while sharing the stage with established acts such as Kurupt, Ghostface Killah, Peter Jackson, Crooked Fingaz, Demarco, Beenie Man, Popcaan and Mr. Vegas and touring with Jadakiss, Styles P and Sheek Louch.
More recently, the upcoming urban star collaborated with Reggaes Star, Turbulence, for his new single “Star Girl”, with a video currently in the making. This single showcases a different side of this young promising act, yet again demonstrating the artist’s versatility. That being said, the artist remains active in studio recording his first promotional E.P, “My Life, My Destiny”.