Dkraze shares his 'Emotions'

Friday, August 10, 2018

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Dancehall deejay Dkraze recently released his debut EP titled Emotions of the Heart . The project features four songs, Revolution, We Gonna Make It, Badmind People , and What is Love featuring Martin Sing.

Emotions of the Heart was produced by Dkraze and released on his Gold Klass Production label on the 27th of July.

Dkraze says he's happy that the project is completed.

“I feel good that I have released my first EP. It's something I've always wanted to accomplish. I think that putting out a project like this will help me to grow my audience significantly,” he said.

He is confident that Emotions of the Heart will help to put his career on another level.

“Right now, my main objective is to use this EP to move my career to the next level, and I believe with the right promotion it will happen,” Dkraze said.

The deejay is currently working on several new projects, including an album which is in the works for 2019.

“I'm doing a lot of recording because I plan to drop several new singles throughout the rest of the year. I'm also recording tracks for my debut album. I want to have at least 50 songs to choose from,” Dkraze added.

Dkraze (given name Dadrean Green) launched his career in 2016 with Make Money on the Gold Klazz.

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