Intence: ‘Wounded’ EP Album Review!

(repost from Dancehall Mag)

Popular Dancehall star Intence put the microphone up to his dynamic mind on his new 5 track EP, Wounded. The controversial deejay delivered grit, humor and even a one drop reggae banger on the sixteen-minute suite distributed by VP Records. Just a few years into his career, Intence, whose real name is Tashawn Gabbidon, has been a talking point since he burst onto the scene, “antisocial” and unapologetic as ever.

Intence’s debut EP borrows its title from his 2020 single Wounded, the first release after a near-fatal car crash, and continues the convo about his observations, trials, and triumphs.

There’s arguably something for everyone on the EP, with its themes of loyalty, sex, self-exploration, and social commentary. Zimmi Entertainment, Okino “Wav” Thomas and Intence’s father, Stephen “Daddy Axe” Gabbidon, who also dabbled in the industry as an artist and sound system owner, are credited as producers. If the intriguing album cover is any indication, the project is just a peek at the youngster’s range as he navigates fame and life’s realities; as he sings on Nobody Knows, “you see di phases weh me go through.”

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