Buju however said music was not solely to blame for the crime scourge that was being experienced. Buju said the situation could not be attributed to any one issue as several factors contributed to the problem. On the heels of that sentiment, Trinidad and Tobago artist Kerry John has made it clear that balance in music is needed.
Speaking on the Morning Brew recently with Jason Williams, Kerry, who is known for songs like, “Drink King,” “Go Down” with Orlando Octave and “Look Over Me,” said balance in music is extremely important.
“We need balance. We can’t just be singing about alcohol and vice and we have no kind of balance to where we can at least make people be aware and conscious of themselves. Music is an awakening, not just a vibe and feel good thing. It is an awakening too,” he insisted.
John said the people should still be blessed with the music of artistes like David Rudder, MX Prime and others like them who he attributed with maintaining positivity in music.
The young entertainer has released a brand new single called, “Artform,” which was self-penned and produced by Track$hon. He says more music is on the way, as Trinidad and Tobago’s Carnival 2023 season comes into focus.