Audiomack Caribbean has announced its new performance series called Bless The Yaad, which will feature some of Jamaica’s top lyricists in a weekly freestyle session. The series kicks off on Wednesday, September 29 on the platform’s YouTube with recording artist D’Yani, and every Wednesday after.
“‘Bless The Yaad’ is a Caribbean version of our ‘Bless The Booth’ series in which we have the hottest artists on and off the platform freestyle over a beat,” Executive Producer Tanya Lawson said in a release.
“We had artists like Meg Thee Stallion, Fivio Foreign, and the late King Von freestyle for us on ‘Bless The Booth’, so it’s only right we had some of the best from here for ‘Bless The Yaad’” she added.
Following D’Yani’s premiere, the series will continue with prominent names like Teejay, Intence, IWaata, Dre Island, Skeng, Rytikal, Kyodi, Chronic Law, Nation Boss, and many others stepping forward to show off their skillset.
D’Yani has been making a name for himself thanks to the success of singles like “Heaven Telegram”, “Feelings”, and “Señorita” with Maestro Don.
The series is filmed at the Reggae Legends Villa in Kingston, with the help of Sage English on camera, while Audiomack’s Creative Director TGUT provides the riddims, and Audio Engineer Flaire ensuring that the levels are good each episode.