Making good on his promise dancehall artiste Vershon is staying clear of avoidable controversies as he focuses on elevating his career internationally.
The singer's current campaign geared towards promoting three new singles, 'Wet', 'Can You' featuring Shatta Wale and 'My Success' has been reaping steady results. However, it's the latter that has raised a few eyebrows leaving many to believe the song is aimed at fellow entertainer Mavado as Vershon deejays the lines, "them a talk about levels and league but remember a stages to life you have to pass one to reach five, bwoy come a boast money fool money fright you nuh memba when you use to live pon di gully side".
Despite the claim, Vershon says 'My Success' is not aimed at the singer or any other artiste and is merely an anecdote chronicling his own life excursion.
"some dancehall fans have a tendency to dissect everything an artiste says and twist it how they see fit to start rumours and rivalries. But unfortunately for them, this song is not aimed at anyone. It's about my life and the personal challenges I faced getting to where I am today while losing some fake friends along the way."
Meanwhile, the producer turn artiste has been in the studio working assiduously on completing his debut album titled 'Poetry'. The fourteen track project is slated for release later this year. The 'Mercy A God' hitmaker says fans can expect a different side of his musical talent on this latest body of work which may also feature some collaboration from top-flight acts.