Dancehall recording artiste Silk Boss was recently featured on Onstage TV with Winford Williams, where he gave an update on his music career, his new management team and then closed off his segment with an emotional performance for his soon-to-be-released single titled “Surgery”.
The entertainer informed Winford that since his last appearance on the show in October 2021, his career sky-rocketed. He mentioned that he has recorded hit singles and has even gone on a tour in the United Kingdom (UK) for about three weeks where he did quite a number of shows.
The “Mankind” artiste declared that despite the fame and exposure that he has received through his music, he has remained true to himself and his supporters to ensure that timeless music is produced in order to stay relevant in the music industry.
During the interview, Winford questioned him about his sudden change of management team and producers. Without revealing much information, the artiste disclosed that things did not work out and went on to say that “a loyalty mi do, no fakeness”.
“Arite me and you a G and me and you fall out, will u try to tarnish me career or wish better for me because of the fallout? That’s all mi have fi seh,” was a rhetorical question Silk Boss posed to Winford, which is speculated that the entertainer is referring to the recent back-to-back arguments on social media between him and his previous manager, Terro Don.
The Montego Bay artiste then changed the topic and spoke of his new and upcoming song titled “Surgery”, which is due for release on Friday. He voiced that the lyrics for this song came from the pain and emotions that he was going through at a time in his life. He shared that he gave too many people chances and access to his heart which they used to their advantage and hurt him in the process.
A verse in his song that he used to describe the pain and betrayal is “Mi heart a hurt me, yow dog right now me need a surgery. Fi dem love no worthy, the same one me put mi trust inna end up hurt mi”.
The entertainer asserted that he is focused on his music career and expressed that he is in a more comfortable surrounding, therefore, will be doing more songs. He mentioned that he has used the negative publicity that he has gotten in recent times to steer his career in a positive direction.
Silk Boss added that taking the negative and turning it into positive was something that was instilled in him by his mother and the recent controversy that circulated in the media was strategically used to boost his career by writing a song about it.
Though not directly confirmed by the entertainer, Winford asked Silk Boss if he will be performing at the upcoming Reggae Sumfest 2022, to which he responded “Sumfest is a good look man, gonna make the music talk for mi”.
Watch Silk Boss’s interview and performance Onstage TV below:
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