Mzs Quanny to re­lease mix­tape

The Star (Jamaica) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

Philadel­phia-based dance­hall artiste Mzs Quanny is aim­ing to thrill with the im­pend­ing re­lease of her lat­est mix­tape, Moods Not Genre.

The project is a cul­mi­na­tion of all her ef­forts to truly de­fine her unique artistry.

“Be­fore I came up with the idea for this mix­tape, I was try­ing to find my lane,” she said. “Peo­ple were al­ways telling me to do this, to do that, and so I just de­cided to do me and en­com­pass the dif­fer­ent gen­res that are sim­ply me.”

CUL­TURAL MELT­ING POT

The sound is a grand melt­ing pot of all her her­itages, as an Amer­i­can-born singer with Ja­maican and Kit­tian par­ents.

The mix­tape will fea­ture a few favourites such as Bruk It Off and Bad­ness, cur­rently one of her hottest tracks on the streets.

Still hot on the pro­mo­tional trail for the track, the singer has been re­ceiv­ing great feed­back and recog­ni­tion, es­pe­cially since the re­lease of the ac­com­pa­ny­ing vis­ual in Fe­bru­ary.

The project will also fea­ture dif­fer­ent peo­ple with whom she has con­nected along her en­tire mu­si­cal jour­ney.

The of­fi­cial re­lease party for Moods Not Gen­res will be held on No­vem­ber 17 at the La Fu­sion Night­club in Philadel­phia.

The night will also mark the of­fi­cial re­lease of the mu­sic video for her new track Beast.

Shot in Philadel­phia, the con­cept is in­spired by a crit­i­cally ac­claimed Amer­i­can thriller.

“It’s based on of the movie Get Out. In the video, she’s un­lock­ing her in­ner beast, go­ing from shy Quanny to a more con­fi­dent, bold woman,” the artiste said.

Mzs Quanny

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