Kirk Blaza

You can hear the melody when he speaks, however there is no music playing. The streets listen when he talks as if hypnotized. Reggae music has a new Don with the coming of Kirk Blaza who is known to blaze everything from "De tracks, to de girls dem." Everyone that listens to his will feel the vibe of his tunes because "Everything is true, I keep it politically correct so you learn something when I get through," according to Kirk Blaza. "Ain't nothing fake about it, it's the real deal. You have to respect anybody whose doing their thing," says Blaza whom was raised in Jamaica on 32 Whitehall Ave. "I'm ready to freestyle anytime. Confident about the beats and lyrical content, Kirk Blaza notes his upcoming album is not just the same tune as heard on many dub plate sounds, but something original that will make you want to jump up!

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