Young Dancehall sensation Intence was featured in an Onstage Interview with media personality Winford Williams and was asked some very interesting questions for which the Deejay revealed answers that definitely would have brought some light to fan’s curiosity.
The first issue Intence who’s real name is Tavar George Gabbidon spoke to Winford about was a rumor of a shooting that was said to have taken place at his party.
Intence also mentioned to Onstage that he was brought in and questioned by the police but was however freed the same day.
On a positive note, the Deejay has been enjoying a buzz in the continent of South America for which Winford wanted to know a bit more about. Intence let Winford Williams know that the song that was doing the good work for him in the unique market was a recent track for the girls called “Dry eye” produced by Boogie Down Records.
Winford was already impressed by the pre-COVID-19 moves by the young entertainer since Intence, unlike other artistes, was one who visited different communities and performed at any shows he could.
In addition to Winford’s comment, the young Deejay verified that those moves were very incremental in his growth and popularity as a Dancehall artiste, making it known that he had been putting in work, something the people recognized.
He told Onstage that for him it is just work and home.
Relative to beefing in the music, Intence says he is not giving any artiste any hype by singing diss tracks against them. The entertainer said that he grew up listening to artistes who now since his break has tried to launch lyrical attacks against him and that forces him not to respect them anymore. He commented that his strategy to deal with situations like that is to put those entertainers in their places.
The Deejay who also dropped his management recently refused to speak about the issue however made mention of the fact that he is now doing the work for himself.
Speaking more about music, Intence told Winford Williams that for every song, he does a video as a strategy to build his career in the Covid-19 pandemic also mentioning that he has no competition as he only tries to be a better version of himself every day.
The “Antisocial” Artiste stated that in doing his work he now is putting out music through his labels and also doing songs with his blood brother by the name of “Wahs” with whom he did the song “Dm Full Up”.
Intence is now “Through the gate” and certain about his place in the Dancehall space.
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