Skippa Proper sees social media as the way

Up-and-coming dancehall artiste Skippa Propa is steadily building his musical career using social media as his tool of choice. Skippa Propa who hails from the inner-city community of Maxfield Park, residing in the Lyndhurst Road area of Kingston started out as dancer and quickly developed a fan-base reaching as far as Europe.

"We have people from as far as Gibraltar in Spain coming to my inner-city community to meet me as an artist, learn new dances and experience the Jamaican dancehall vibes" stated Skippa in an interview with Bondi Beach Radio from Australia.

Though there are obstacles in the music industry locally in Jamaica, Skippa's focus is on breaking through internationally and social media as thus far allow him to connect with fans beyond many borders.

"Youths can avoid violence and escape poverty by using any natural talents dem have, not only singing or dancing. Di net can expose dem and gi dem a buss, dat a part of my plan to meet success" stated Skippa.

Skippa is currently promoting a new single titled Don't Go produced by Big Brother Records, available in all digital worldwide.

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