Vaydaboss pleased with Savage Savo single
Dancehall producer Vaydaboss is pleased with the response to his latest production, the single Work It, done by Savage Savo.
The song was released on January 20.
"The song is another clever one from Savo. Work It is a song about working-class girls enjoying themselves at an after-work jam, letting their hair down and having a good time. The response has been great so far, and we'll be dropping a video for the project in February," said Vaydaboss, who is the CEO of Vayda Entertainment Record.
He will also be releasing another single, More Life, a collaboration with Razor B and Kustiks, as the follow-up project.
"I am going really hard this year to establish myself in the game ... I am going all out," he said.
Born in the Waltham Park area of Kingston 13, Vaydaboss, whose given name is Dennie Henry, attended Bridgeport High School in Portmore, St Catherine, where he fell in love with music.
He started off as a selector using the moniker DJ Bruce, and became known for his juggling mixes for the Rebel Tone sound from Canada. Once he made his name, he ventured into music production. He now lives in Seaview Gardens, Kingston 11, where he has consistently worked with local artistes to bring them to the forefront.