New singjay Kurency’s upcoming, and second, single on legendary King Addies’ TruMoneyMusiq record label gives hope to everyone who has ever had to fight for their dreams, ”All Alone”.

Known throughout his adolescent years in his Trinity Ville, St. Thomas (Jamaica) community as “the yute weh can deejay”, Kurency competed at JCDC’s local St Thomas regional in 2018. He won and went on to compete in the Kingston regional competition, however, he didn’t get his big break.

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Believing in his heart that his silky voice has a special place in todays music landscape, Kurency pressed forward and crossed paths with fellow St. Thomas native, and popular dancehall producer, Swagg Records in 2019.

After releasing his first song in 2019 with Swagg Records, ”Epic Life”, the pair went on to release his ”Stay Woke EP”, as well as a few singles, ”Squeeze”, ”Young & Rich” and ”When I” in 2020.

However, Spring 2021 officially marked the dawn of his inevitable international breakthrough with the release of his ”Pull Up” song, and accompanying visuals, on NecoGlock’s (TMM) trendy Night Beach Riddim.

Featured alongside artists like Black Ryno, Shaqstar and more, the song debuted on America’s largest urban radio station, Hot97 in New York City, and received spins on several radio stations, as well as playlists, in the US, Jamaica, Europe and the UK.

“All Alone” also just debuted on Hot 97’s Fire Sunday’s (2/27/22) ahead of its official Spring 2022 release.

When asked ‘what is Kurency all about’, Kurency stated “I’m fighting for every youth…for them to wise up. Master your craft and go for what you want. Fight ago forward so you have to push on. The world is big and I want to be an example to the youths in my community and show them what’s possible”.

Look out for the international release of ”All Alone” in March, and some serious bangers from the BADD singjay throughout the year on the legendary King Addies’ emerging TMM label.

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