Vershon opens up on being a ‘real’ role model in his community, his horrific car accident & personal relationships.
Blessed with impressive writing skills, strong lyrical capability, and positive work ethic, Vershon is a talented Dancehall artist whose versatility easily transcends into his music. His often-unique delivery and flow have brought a refreshing taste to the Dancehall scene, which has placed him among the top lyricists in the music industry.
Though known mainly for his production during his career, Vershon was determined to make a name for himself as a solo artist and consistently released self-produced singles with little success. Vershon was then taken under the wings of iconic producer Birch, known for his work with Bounty Killer, Vybz Kartel, among others. However, it was not until 2015 that he finally captured the elusive breakthrough with the release of the record “Inna Real Life” produced by Cashflow Records.
Following the success of “Inna Real Life,” Vershon not only managed to change the tempo of Dancehall music single-handedly but also opened the doors for other aspiring artists. They recorded Dancehall records at a slower pace.
He followed up his single “Inna Real Life” with hit records like “Barbie Doll,” “Mercy A God” and “My Success” among others. All of which collectively achieved millions of views on YouTube.com.
One of his most recent interviews, Vershon, whose real name is Kemar Vershawn Brown, had a candid conversation with Caribbean Elite Magazine: ‘Frenz for Real” Showcase. The Dancehall star kept an upbeat tone during the virtual session, talking candidly and performing a few of his hit singles. Vershon admittedly wanted to let his fans know as a Dancehall artist that badness and wrongdoings will never be a part of his plan and will never be a part of his brand while keeping grounded in his humble ways.
Vershon also kept it real during the interview when asked about his relationships and his personal views on marriage. He openly stated that he’s cordial with his child’s mother with no hatred, and mentions that he is in no rush to marry like fellow entertainers Ding Dong and Aidonia. Vershon shares his honest opinion stating that he wouldn’t want to settle down just yet with the fear of making a serious commitment to someone that is only for a season and not long term.
On the Frenz for Real show, the “On and Off Switch” singer opens up about the horrific car accident, which took place late last year in Atlanta, Georgia. With an optimistic spirit, the young Dancehall star expresses that while being off the Dancehall scene for a minute, he kept his faith and a high-spirited mindset, disclosing he was not feeling pressured to get his career back on track quickly.
Vershon has released a handful of new singles over the past few months and has been touring overseas extensively. He recently released singles like “Want This,” “Burn Dem,” “Man A Star,” and “Love Talk.”
Vershon not only managed to change the tempo of Dancehall music single-handedly but also opened the doors for other aspiring artists!