The new song, “Karma” comes after the artiste cleaned out his Instagram profile, deleting or archiving previous posts.
Trinidad Killa, whose real name is Kern Joseph, remains one of Trinidad and Tobago’s entertainment industry’s most memorable characters – often sharing with fans, and critics alike, his real life, laced with tears and obscenity but always, authentic.
The artiste who blew up after releasing the single, ‘Gunman in She Hole,” traveled to the United States in August and was seen in many social media videos, enjoying his first time experience in New York. In early September, at the West Indian Day Parade, Killa shared a live experience, saying he had drifted away from his team of friends and was lost in Brooklyn. He later showed that he had been aided by a Grenadian national and had made it back to safety with members of his team.
Now, riding the wave of publicity from that time, the controversial singer unleashes ‘Karma.’ The song highlights a relationship seemingly gone sour.