* “I’ve always recorded… now I think it’s a good time because of my preparation – my age,” said Toronto singer-songwriter Meshae on the release of a single, “Boot it up,” off the G7 Records label in preparation for his next album. “I understand better, so my writing (of the song) has improved – the time is now.”
Meshae comes from a musical family. Originally from Canada, his neighborhood was filled with Hip-Hop and R&B influences. His father, Ontario rapper Kwajo Cinqo, had Meshae in the recording studio with him when he was nine. By the age of ten, Meshae was showing off his musical talents in local talent shows and church choirs. After high school, she enrolled in college to pursue marketing. Currently 19 years old, Meshae has decided to launch out as a singer-songwriter as well.
“He (his father) had the label (G7 Records) for a while,” she informed me. “So I have always recorded. “
The release of the single “Kick It” is accompanied by a music video directed by Matthew Pompey and Mayah Boateng. It is written by Boateng and produced by Kwajo Cinqo and Rob Kelly.
“I want ‘Kick It’ success,” Meshae said when I asked. “My biggest achievement would be to have a lot of streams and feedback.”
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Meshae’s father, Kwajo, is not only a rapper and CEO of G7 Records, but he is also a producer and founder of the Hip-Hop duo Ghetto Concept (also includes Dolo). Keeping pace with Cinqo as an entrepreneur, Meshae also owns a business with her eyelash and nail business – started while still in high school. After listening to the single and talking to her, I have no doubt that she can reach the heights of those who inspire her, like Beyoncé. www.G7Records.com
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