With his unique multi-faceted style Rseenal is the future voice of the dancehall industry. Growing up in the politically charged Allman Town, Kingston, Jamaica Rseenal developed a love for the art of poetry which he used to express his daily experiences of growing up in such harsh surroundings. Since then he has fine tuned his skill with words to the point of excellence which he currently maintains.

Rseenal has completed a UK promo Tour this past summer and have also released his compilation project namely The Hoztyle CrossOva Mixtape.

This Mixtape contains hit singles such as Money Talk Fa Me and Whine Up Pon It both featuring production from SoundProof/Gambling House Records. The Hoztyle CrossOva Mixtape is a heavily hip-hop influenced rhythm driven project and contains production from MainSource on Pebble Dem (Dem Nuh Bad Like We) and Inztinkz on Ting Dem.
Rseenal has a vast resume consisting of various live performances at shows such as Jamaicas premier dancehall show Fullyloaded, July 2005, Spectrum, January 2006, Pepsi Teen Splash, August 2006 & Portland Curry Festival, March 2008. Rseenal also preformed in Portland in 2009 at the Curry Festival.

Rseenals musical career climbed to new heights in 2008 when he was bestowed upon him the title of Reigning Champion on RE TVs Face-Off Battle of the Lyricist and the winner of the Heinekens Top Star Competition.

Rseenals musical career started with humble beginnings. His first professional step into the music industry was live dub poetry performances with Dub Traffickers. He then moved on to Multi-Cast Entertainment, with whom he did his first recording as a deejay. Within his time at Multi-Cast Entertainment, the company did a collaborative effort with Mansion Muzik this would be Rseenals first official release. From here he moved on to work with R.E.A.L. ITY Inc where he released the song and video, So or So produced by illicit productions, which was a favourite of his female fans. He currently works with Gang A Starz Entertainments who serves as his current management team.

His musical influences range from the Notorious Big and Tupac to Peter Tosh and Sizzla Kalonji who remains his single greatest musical influence.

In the words of Rseenal: “Differently still we not here to change anything, no new image or anything like that, we are here to continue the works of the legends before us… We are here to be like them legends of our time… We are here to make great music”…

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