Wahs thinks long term in music and business | Entertainment
Although currently one of the youngest artists on the dancehall scene, Wahs is already thinking about the best investment plan for his money.
He is the brother of the growing deejay Intence, and entered the limelight last July with the release of their collaboration titled DM full.
“It’s like dancehall fans were waiting for a song like this. I instantly became known as ‘DM Boss’,” Wahs said. He said that since the single became popular he has released other tracks.
“One thing about these fans, they’re not afraid to give their opinion, whether good or bad, and I have used it to step up what I do, so that I can always broadcast good. music, ”he said, before noting that the pandemic only affected the frequency of shows for him.
Wahs, named Eshawn Gabbidon, said that since entering the music business it has been a learning experience.
“You have to be prepared for the backlash that comes with it, but at the same time, you have to remember that you want to be successful and do your best all the same. One of the things I’m definitely learning is that l industry is not for the weak, ”he said. THE STAR.
“So when I get down to work and I’m successful, I plan to invest in real estate, starting with a place that I can turn into an Airbnb ah, and probably going big and investing in a hotel. .It’s so that I can always have another stream of income, “he added.
He also credits his father, a former artist known as Fada Ax, whose ambition for a career in music inspired his own.
Wahs said: “He really gave us the boost we needed to make it happen when he saw that we had the opportunity to be successful and to fulfill a dream that even he had for himself.”
Wahs said that unlike his brother, who has built an image of an anti-social character for himself in the dancehall space, he takes a different approach.
“We’re the same team, but each artist represents in a different way. Him (Intence) has an influence on me, always in the studio when I record giving me advice on how to flow and put the melody on. But I play differently, and my entry is different. Right now we’re working on new music together. “