Kaream Kharizma gets buzz with 'Pretty Little indian'
Dancehall singjay Kaream Kharizma is pleased with the response to the release of a video for his latest release, 'Pretty Little Indian', which has generated rave reviews online while racking up over 20,000 views.
"The response loud, people them love it, a swear. I think the video has given the song an extra strength and mi love the response.. The thing is most girl vex because them did want a role inna the video so it ah cause a little friction inna mi life, but otherwise everything good," Kaream Kharizma said, laughing.
The song was released on the Goldstreak 7 Productions label/Twilight Music Group, earlier this year. The video was released last week.
In the meantime, He is gearing up to release two new tracks, 'Everybody Hates Me' from Doni Music, and 'Top Man' for DJ Jason.
"We are going to be shooting a number of videos in the coming weeks to generate that big push into 2019," he said.
The St Catherine-born artiste, real name Jeavoy Beharrie, voiced his first song in 2009. The song, Naah Mek No Man Kill Me, was recorded by Jr Brown from Viking Productions, but the song suffered from lack of promotion. To appease his parents, he went back to culinary school, where he completed two levels as a pastry chef in 2013. He returned to music two years later and he has not looked back since.
He made major moves in 2018 with 'Watch Ova Me' which was released six months ago and produced by Dakrome Production. The song has become a fixture on dancehall mixtapes since the Summer.
"Right now, mi just a put in the work but mi naah too kill up we self still cause 2019 a my year," he said.