Gold Gad ‘New Scheme’ single get 2 million views on

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His meteoric rise within the Jamaican entertainment circle renders not just flak but shows how every young aspiring talent can rise beyond their current station.

The artiste who was rumored to have faced the scrutiny of the Major Organized Crime and Anti-corruption division (MOCHA) which is an elite agency in Jamaica focusing on tackling corruption and prosecuting high-value criminals, is now positioned to become of the top dancehall artiste.

Gold Gad who continues to defy critics, recently amassed over 2 million views on for his single ‘New Scheme’ which was produced by Gramma Records. The single also peaked at #9 on YouTube Trending charts in Jamaica raking up over 200,000 views.

The single with accompanied visuals placement on the extremely HipHop platform is has broken barriers, as it is the only single from the reggae-dancehall genre to amass such views to date.

The entertainer who continues to be the topic of discussion amongst numerous circles, is the antithesis of what many Jamaicans would want displayed on an international scale.

Currently the #13 top artiste in Jamaica according on YouTube trending charts, his single “New Scheme” currently holds the same position on the charts for Top Songs.

Listen Gold Gad speak on creating history.

A former studio engineer for Alkaline and others, has now moved from behind the engineering boards to bring his artistry to the forefront. With a social media following surpassing half a million followers, Gold Gad continues to defy the odds.


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Entertainment publicist, Shuzzr, is a well-known name in the reggae-dancehall entertainment and media landscape. In 2020 being recognized by Billboard as a pioneer in his right, his introduction to public relations came in 2009- 2010, where he represented Gaza Kim who was allegedly assaulted and Blak Ryno who were apart of the leading musical group of the decade in Jamaica and arguably the Caribbean. From navigating the media storm surrounding Gaza Kim, and Blak Ryno departure from Portmore Empire/GAZA which was led by Vybz Kartel, Shuzzr positioned himself to become a guru in public relations.