Alkaline meteoric rise to the helm of Dancehall came amidst mounting opposition and critique from so-called gatekeepers of the genre. However, the ever-trending artiste whose numbers ratify his space as one of, if not the only Neo-King of Dancehall still raises eyebrows today.

The talent who rarely joins others on tracks has partnered with one of Jamaica’s fast rising contemporary voices whose sound effortlessly fuses RnB notes with Reggae-dancehall beats which according to labels it “as a concoction that is uniquely hers. Making her mark with addictive melodies and a self-assured delivery, Stalk Ashley’s lyrics are honest and often pretty steamy” states the author.

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‘Incognito’ which tells a story of young lustful love, that explores their sexual desires in private despite their commitments to their respective partners. The track which vividly describes modern reality evokes its audience sinful desires.

A cheaters voice note, the song in detail lays out how the two plans to sexually please each other and in a sexy sultry way makes conspiracy to cheat a crime anyone would want to commit.

The front-runner of the Modern Dancehall era, Alkaline, combines bars with fast rising act Stalk Ashley to create the brand-new record, ‘Incognito’. This sensual record is an anthem that speaks to the new form of dating or entanglements and one to definitely resonate well within the hearts of lovers across the globe, clubs and radio.

Listen the single below.

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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.