Byron Messia releases 90z via 360 MAGAZINE.

Byron Messia – 90z

Today, 23-year-old Saint Kittian artist, Byron Messia releases his brand-new single “90z, along with the music video. The track comes fresh off the heels of Byron’s viral hit “Talibans,” which has surpassed over 17 million views on YouTube alone, and #1 in 12 countries on Apple Music, solidifying him as the latest global breakout star from the Caribbean rap scene. The music video for the track takes place in Miami and is highly energetic and representative of the parties in Jamaica where dancehall music originated. “90z” is undeniably a summertime anthem and is sure to take Byron to the next level, as he continuously aims to create his own genre called “dancesoul”, which is a combination of dancehall and soul. The single is available now via Ztekk/Simple Stupid/Geffen Records. 

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About Byron Messia

Despite only being 23-years-old, Saint Kittian native, Byron Messia, is already on his way to reaching global stardom. His laidback, nocturnal confessional “Talibans” is currently blowing up the internet, winning co-signs from UK political rap sensation Dave, Bobby Shmurda, Burna Boy, and Stefflon Don, surpassing 37.5 million views globally and 3.9 million new weekly streams of his discography. The fast-rising singer-songwriter grew up at the Shadewell estate in Basseterre, Saint Kitts, and was introduced to rap music at a young age by his cousin. Byron subsequently became addicted to how The Notorious B.I.G. would put words together, and by fifth grade, he was doing freestyles on the school playground. Now, through his music, his mission is to inspire struggling youths to do something positive with their lives. He also aims to create his own genre called “dancesoul”, which combines dancehall and rap by mixing soul vocals and pianos with dancehall drum patterns. His resilience on pianio-driven beats (his song “Stay Real” samples Adele’s “Easy On Me) in a dancehall landscape rejects the nostalgic sound, while his storytelling is designed to prompt a revolution in the middle of a sweaty dance floor. The success of “Talibans” and previous single, “Smallest Circle” have prompted people to dive deep into the versatile Byron Messia catalogue, with 2023 albums “No Love” and 2021’s “Pills and Pain” among his artistic highlights. Given his immeasurable success early on and tons of new music in the pipeline, Byron Messia is destined for greatness and undoubtedly an artist to watch.

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