International artist K’Coneil puts a creative spin on making music in the wake of COVID-19. The provocative nature of the singer’s work is well suited for music and visuals that toe the line of sensual and indecent. Throughout the video “Quarantine & Chill” you see a variety of beautiful women dancing in video calls with K’Coneil. The official video is on YouTube, and the single is available on all streaming platforms: https://fanlink.to/qandchill
The vibrant sound and style of the Caribbean crooner translate well to provocative lyrics, often unfolding as a story line. Inspired by the current spike of video chatting, K’Coneil decided to tap into present times, something he counts as a factor of his success, being in the moment and staying relevant. The video was released earlier this month and has garnered over 700k views to date. This is a major feat decidedly for an independent artist especially during a pandemic to where a music artist’s resources are limited.
“Life is all about adjusting, regardless of what’s going on around me, I must maintain my focus and continue to push my music.” – K’Coneil [@kconeil]
When it comes to integrating different genres effortlessly, the Billboard chart-topping R&B singer has been showing the world how it’s done. K’Coneil has gotten the ladies swooning with hit singles like “Feel So Right,” “Loving You Right” and “Gyal a You” from his 2016 EP l. Outside of his usual melodious songs, he dropped a solid dancehall song called “Finesse & Style” produced by TrackStarr Music. The single has been gaining traction among genuine dancehall fans. He admittedly doesn’t like the idea of conforming to industry norms and often refers to his style as genre-fluid, which explains his fusion of rhythms and genres.