Our friends at Audiomack continue to be one of the leading platforms for digital music streaming. The platform has continued to assist upcoming and established artists in getting their music to their fanbases around the world. Through their original content, Audiomack has placed artists center stage to showcase their talent and expand their fanbases. With their new “Bless The Yaad” series, Jamaica gets to display fresh talent, unique personalities, and diversity. For their latest episode, Dancehall/Reggae artist Yaksta takes the stage.
Hailing from St. Mary, Yaksta brings his homegrown talent to “Bless The Yaad” episode 5. In the episode, he gives the TGUT provided instrumental a series of lyrical beatdowns paired with his unique flow, further proving that St. Mary is home to a lot of show-stopping talent. Sometimes referred to as the “Bush Lawd”, Yaksta has been enjoying a wealth of buzz thanks to his hit singles, “Ambition”, “Humans”, and “Assets”. With a career starting from the mid-2010s, Yaksta has made a mark on the music scene with a unique personality, style, content, and lyricism that has been respected by fellow artists, and prominent members of the music industry. Born Kemaul M. Martin, Yaksta considers himself to be a world artist, and wherever he lands, he will make an impact that lasts.
“Bless The Yaad” is the Caribbean version to the popular Audiomack series, “Bless The Booth”. The series is executive produced by Tanya Lawson, with audio by TGUT and Flaire, and video by Sage English. The series premieres every Wednesday with a new featured Artist, and is filmed at the Reggae Legends Villa in Kingston, Jamaica.
Yaksta’s episode of Audiomack’s “Bless The Yaad” is now available for viewing. The episode and previous offerings are now featured on Audiomack’s official Youtube channel, with a new one premiering every Wednesday. To stay up to date with extra content from the series, follow @AudiomackCaribbean on Instagram, and @AudiomackCarib on Twitter.