NK examines females in troubled relationships

Monday, January 21, 2019

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Dancehall artiste NK was inspired by females in troubled relationships for his latest song Mi Nuh Care, which is produced by Ogbe Beats.

“Lately, you would come across a beautiful lady wid a bag a man problems, unhappy and insecure. My response would be, 'why you with him?', an' dem can't answer, so I decided to create a musical response for the women going through that situation with their relationship,” he explained.

According to the Hanover-born singjay, Mi Nuh Care is his best performance effort to date. He said it has drawn considerable airplay locally, which is a positive for 2019.

NK, whose real name is Aven Vaughn, has been recording for just over five years. His previous songs include Every Gal A Mine and Pree Dollar Sign.

He is banking on the release of the video for Mi Nuh Care to give the song even more exposure. It was filmed in South Beach in Miami, Florida.

NK is also compiling tracks for his first EP which he hopes will be released later this year. They will have a consistent theme.

“The songs I am currently working on will be informative and educational, so that the youths will be able to learn from,” he said.

— HC

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