Byron Messia Unveils New Single ‘I Hate Byron’, Continues to Dominate the Global Music Scene

Caribbean Rap Sensation Reinforces His Unique 'Dancesoul' Genre with Latest Release

Saint Kittian artist, Byron Messia, has once again made waves in the music industry with the release of his brand-new single, “I Hate Byron”. The 23-year-old artist’s latest track follows his previous single, “90z”, and builds on the success of his hit song, “Talibans”. The latter has garnered over 27 million views on YouTube and topped the charts in 13 countries on Apple Music, marking Byron as a rising star in the Caribbean rap scene.Byron Messia Unveils New Single 'I Hate Byron', Continues To Dominate The Global Music Scene, Yours Truly, News, April 19, 2024

“Talibans” has not only achieved commercial success but has also made a significant cultural impact. The track is a favorite in clubs across America and has earned Byron endorsements from renowned artists such as Dave, Bobby Shmurda, Burna Boy, Popcaan, Rick Ross, Chris Brown, Drake, Swizz Beats, and Lil Tjay. The song’s popularity also boosted Byron’s 2023 album, “No Love”, to #8 on Billboard’s Reggae albums chart.

In “I Hate Byron”, the artist continues to pioneer his unique genre, “dancesoul”, a fusion of dancehall and soul music. The single is now available via Ztekk/Simple Stupid/Geffen Records.

Byron Messia, a native of Basseterre, Saint Kitts, has been making music from a young age. Inspired by The Notorious B.I.G., he began freestyling on the school playground in fifth grade. Today, he uses his music to inspire young people facing struggles to channel their energy into positive pursuits.

Byron’s innovative “dancesoul” genre combines dancehall and rap, blending soulful vocals and piano with dancehall drum patterns. His unique approach to music, as seen in his piano-driven beats and storytelling, aims to incite a revolution on the dance floor.

The success of “Talibans” and his previous single, “Smallest Circle”, has led listeners to explore Byron’s diverse music catalogue. His 2023 album, “No Love”, and his 2021 release, “Pills and Pain”, are among his artistic highlights.

With his early success and a wealth of new music on the horizon, Byron Messia is undoubtedly an artist to watch. His latest single, “I Hate Byron”, is yet another testament to his talent and potential for global stardom.

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