“When yuh see we a road, we nu timid, our badness a nuh no image…”
– quote from “Pioneer”
Dancehall artist Maestro Don has heated the streets with a collaboration with Bounty Killer in his new song titled “Pioneer”. This seems like a power move signaling his intention to grab a bigger slice of the dancehall this year, 2020.
“Pioneer” was produced by Dj Wizzle and Rico Tayla on the YardStyle Entertainment label. The belief is that this single would generate mainstream attention that will propel the artist’s career to the next level.
Maestro speaking about the music said, “The collaboration was a natural, magical vibe. Quite some time now I’ve been in the studio around Bounty Killer, but it wasn’t until that specific night when everything connects, is like nothing couldn’t go wrong”.
Pioneer has different concepts to this summertime collab as the single stirs darker imageries with Maestro Don asserting his badness in the song.
The video scenes come in black and white scenes in what appears to be the Rockfort and Bull Bay vicinities in the outskirts of Kingston. They could be seen dishing out their intimidating lyrics with the crowd standing afar.
The Jamaican singer, Maestro Don dubbed as “The Young Veteran”, was born in the 90s. His passion for singing became apparent when he went to Waterford Primary.
However, he only adapted his unique style of composing, which now exposes his real lyrical content when he attended Kingston College. Maestro, who recently left Kingston College is now out in the “real world” pursuing his career of becoming a legendary recording artist. With his well-structured lyrics, one can only describe Maestro’s style of singing as “unique”.
Check out “Pioneer” and leave your thoughts below.