Kym Hamilton formally known as “Gaza Kym” says she is here to stay! The Dancehall artiste who is popular for singles such as ‘Teenage Pregnancy’ featuring the controversial Vybz Kartel and ‘Amen’ on the popular English Town Riddim shares that she is no longer hiding from dancehall music and she is ready to take what is rightfully hers. “Many deejays don’t support my music because of my disassociation with Vybz Kartel years ago but I am here to do music and I am here to stay” shared Kym.
The ‘Nuh Behaviour’ artiste recently released her video for the single ‘Guns Out’ on the One Man Army Riddim, produced by New Elements Production and has been getting rotations on several radio stations. The single ‘Guns Out’ speaks about violence in the ghettos of Jamaica and urges the youth to do something productive with their lives. “I released Guns Out because of the stories I am hearing in the news about violence and I felt as though if change is to be made, it needs to start with us entertainers” shared Kym.
Kym has toured in several Caribbean countries and has been getting great support abroad on international airwaves but when it comes to Jamaica, Kym argues that she is yet to see the full support. She added, “We have to stand for something as entertainers, especially us females; I do not want to sell my music through propaganda, I am here to let my talent speak”.
The ‘Guns Out’ Singjay is also slated to release her new Dancehall single ‘Nuh Behaviour’ which she believes will create the buzz she needs in the industry. “Nuh Behaviour is a hardcore, bad gal song; it’s the other side of my music which I am eager to show” shared Kym.
The video for ‘Nuh Behaviour’ will be shot and released in December, just in time for the New Year.