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BklynSouth is a new Dancehall/Reggae production teamcoming straight out of Brooklyn. It consists ofsinger/songwriter Candace Storch and writer/producerScorpio. Candace has been making some noise with hermainstream Pop collaborations with Peter Monk. Many of thesongs have been featured on Promo Only and have beenplaying in several countries and mix shows worldwide.Scorpio has been working with several up-and-comingDancehall artists in the Tri-State area, as well as Europe,and is also building his resume and gaining notoriety.Although Candace lives in Queens and Scorpio in Brooklyn,the way they met was more serendipitous than just residingin neighboring boroughs. The two were attending a mutualfriends’ destination wedding in non other than Montego Bay,Jamaica. A few of the guests decided to venture out to theinfamous Pier One, and that’s where they realized theyshared a common love of Dancehall/Reggae music. The rumpunches were flowing and they began looking through eachothers iPhones to see who had downloaded which tracks.Thus, the connection was formed. They loved the sameartists and instantly knew when the vacation was over theywould be meeting in Scorpio’s Brooklyn studio to see if thechemistry would translate from the white sand beaches ofthe Caribbean back to the concrete walls of Brooklyn. Needless to say, it did.They came up with the name Bklyn South’ becauseScorpio’s studio is in Brooklyn and they met south of theborder. They began working on their first track called ‘You’reThe One’, featuring up-and-coming artist, Prophet-Z . T hePop influence they both love is evident, and the goal ofbringing the happy-go-lucky feel of the island seeps rightthrough the song.They are inspired and ready to bring their love of Dancehallwith a heavy Pop influence to the streets and explore whatthis partnership has to offer. Look forward to some bangingDancehall tracks from Brooklyn South!
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