Kingston, Jamaica January 4, 2022 – Vyzadon is January’s poster boy for the Rising Reggae Playlist on Pandora powered by British Linkz.

The artiste who has been creating a buzz with the single ‘Trench Town’ selected a variety of singles for the playlist inclusive of ‘Climb’ by international recording artiste Kalpee, ‘King Man Ting’ by Ras-I, ‘It Nuh Easy’ by Blvk H3ro, ‘Keep It Real’ by Indie Allen, and ‘Cream of the Crop’ by Jahsii and Navaz to name a few. 

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Rising Reggae Playlist launched in 2020 has featured other acts such as Blvk H3ro, Tashina Muzik, Kai Grn, and Rosh Reign to name a few. Romario English of British Linkz said,

I curate this playlist to create a space for aspiring and emerging talents throughout the Caribbean, primarily Jamaicans. The intention is to help them gain attention and a source of income from the US Market”. 

While Pandora is not accessible in Jamaica it is used by lovers of Caribbean music all over the world. 

The curator chooses one talent each month.

Vyzadon is a promising, hardworking, and very versatile talent from Kingston, Jamaica, that I believe is, whole heartedly focused on breaking into the space to leave a long-lasting and positive impact on Reggae music on all spectrums” added English.

Vyzadon had an active year in 2021. In the 1st week of release his single ‘Trench Town’ produced by Firewayne of Echo One Production hit number 2 on iTunes Reggae Song Chart in Norway.

The single was placed on the Reggae Vaccine Compilation Album headed by Julian Marley (which was later up for Grammy consideration).

The single also peaked at #15 on Amazon Music New Releases (UK) and was performed at Bob Marley’s 76th Birthday Celebration concert.

He went on to release ‘Not Right Now’ produced by Real People Music Label based in Germany and ‘Blacka Pearl’ produced by Glion Music. 

The ‘Humble’ artiste is now eager to release his EP ‘Champion’ in the latter part of January. He can be followed on Instagram @Vyzadon and on Facebook and Twitter @VyzadonOfficial

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