Emerging Dancehall Recording Artist 450 has been having an outstanding 2022 that saw him crossing off a few milestones in his career, with fans looking forward to what he will embark on next. He started the year with his first International booking, and has been making appearances at various locations locally and Internationally over the past few months to rave reviews. 450 also shared the stage recently with a few prominent Dancehall Artists including Alkaline, Mavado, and the legendary Wayne Wonder at Alkaline’s “New Rules” festival. With the summer approaching fast, 450 is elevating his catalogue further with the release of the single, “Know Weh Ya Do”.
Produced by Week.day of Tru Ambassador Entertainment, 450 shares that he lives a cautious life when it comes to dealing with people. His lyrics speak on him being wary to share his energy with anyone, and for those who are negative in character, they need to stay far from him. He also points out how people can be fleeting and relationships and friendships are not what they used to be, so he encourages listeners to know what they are doing in their everyday networking. 450’s “Know Weh Ya Do” follows up his “2 Face” single, which went viral on Instagram and TikTok earlier this year, his “Gyal Tief” music video which recently surpassed 1 Million views on Youtube, and the “Be Honest” music video, that has quickly gained him more female fans from around the world.
450 looks to make another major move this year as he is set to perform at the world famous Reggae Sumfest in July at Catherine Hall, Montego Bay. Performing on “Main Festival Night 1”, 450 will be joining the likes of Alkaline, Jahshii, Skeng, and many other big names on stage as the event makes a comeback after setbacks due to Covid 19 lockdowns. 450 is still hitting the road to share his music in new locations, and announcements will be made shortly.
450’s “Know Weh Ya Do” single is available now on all digital music streaming platforms. To stay up to date with 450, follow him on Instagram at @450Music.
SOURCE: DreadanddreaD | Lila Anderson