Dancehall star, Konshens hopes to take the next step in his career by attaining more international success and has entrusted the services of one of Jamaican music’s most decorated managers to do so.
Over the weekend it was announced that the singjay, known for hits like Stop Sign, Do Sumn and Simple Song has penned a management deal with Jeremy Harding, the head of recording label, 2 Hard Music. Harding is most renowned for bringing Sean Paul to the international forefront, managing the deejay from 1995 until 2011, which saw him go multi-platinum with his Grammy-winning 2002 album, Dutty Rock and attain international notoriety through his hit collaborations with Beyonce, Keyshia Cole and others.
Harding is also renowned for producing hits such as Beenie Man’s Who Am I and Give It To Her by Tanto Metro and Devonte.
He explained his decision to work with Konshens in an interview with the Jamaica Observer, saying he has the most potential of any local artist to make that international leap considering his intelligence, image and business acumen.
2 Hard Music is known for producing compilations such as the City Life Riddim and Deep Cover Riddim.