This announcement was made by his promoter, Romeo Parris, who said that he plans to launch the young artiste at a mega concert dubbed ‘Caribbean Vibes’ at Carnival Village on Saturday (Nov. 18), which would feature Jamaican breakout artiste Masicka.
Bass, who had released a number of songs that have caught the attention of his fans, had recently released his most raunchy of videos titled ‘Woman Crush’.
Speaking with SKNVibes Entertainment, Parris stated that the mega concert was planned to fall during the Carnival period, and the theme for that night was derived from the song and video that his protégé would be releasing at the show.
“It’s an up-tempo style of Soca that was created for the international market like Europe. So, we are going to launch this song and video and send it to our international audience. Our publicist is going to be here from Germany to handle the production and stage.”
Based on recommendations forward by the artiste, Parris said: “We are going to bring in a Jamaican artiste that is going to connect with younger people...in Masicka.”
According to the promoter, based on his research, though Masicka is an upcoming entertainer, he has a large following amongst the young people in his homeland and also in St. Kitts and Nevis.
“As an experienced promoter, I can tell you that we are going to have a really good concert,” he added.
The concert will also feature a number of local performers, including Rodney, Deli Ranks and Dejour.
Bass told SKNVibes Entertainment that the public could expect a professional and powerful performance on that night.
He is currently working on his stage performance, which he declared would relay his energy to patrons.
“I am trying at the moment trying to be as comfortable as possible when I go out there and do my thing, so that the people can have an enjoyable time when I am performing.”
Parris stated that, so far, they have seen a great interest in the show from the rush of early birds to purchase tickets.
Gates open at 7:00 p.m. and the show is expected to get underway from 8:00 p.m. and will run until 4:00 a.m.