Black Mattic aims to be a Superstar

Wednesday, April 04, 2012

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UNITED States-based recording artiste Black Mattic has released a new single titled Superstar. It is the first of 15 tracks on his soon-to-be released album Diamond for Life Project.


The track is produced by Yo Dash Productions in Brooklyn, New York, and mixed and mastered by Tom Gardener and Tony Gillis respectively, of The Cutting Room Studio.


The 24-year-old Black Mattic said the track underlines his musical ambitions.


"The track represents my goal in the music industry. The track is both motivating and exciting," he said.


Black Mattic, whose real name is Kenich Lee, grew up in tough inner-city community of Waterhouse, St Andrew, before migrating to the States in 1999. He said song intends to motivate youths.


"This project is to motivate independent artistes to think major and not small. The goal is to reach all nations and increase the units sold on dancehall music. Being a Jamaican and residing in New York, I am all about fusing dancehall and other genres," he said.


He also revealed he will be releasing a mix tape called Kingston 11, which features a graphic single Keep It Real.


Black Mattic has just completed the construction of his new state-of-art Official Hitz studio in Queens, New York. He said that he, along with signed artistes Cubon, Thrillz and engineer Yo Dash, are ready to explode onto the music world with quality works.


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