It is not easy for artistes who want to deliver a different sound, other than soca or calypso to break big in Trinidad & Tobago. 

Zebee, born Zebedee Maynard, is a part of the rising dancehall fraternity in the twin-island republic. Though some would say the industry is slowly growing, the ambitious singer and songwriter believes that his recently released album mOoDs will open many doors in the global music industry. 

“I know with this project, the world will be able to hear the vocal and musical versatility,” Zebee said in an interview.

He expressed an interest in R&B music and thinks that if the tables were turned differently, he could see himself writing and recording R&B music and soca along with dancehall.

Over the past four months, Zebee has been putting in the work, showing off his talent and keeping his YouTube presence active with the release of some of his singles Gyul Farm, S.I.L.K, Badman Style, Life Is Real and Island Crashers Anthem.

Zebee believes that even though he is not yet a household name in the dancehall industry, he is positive that he is speeding towards success. The bold songwriter explained that while there are many pioneers of dancehall that he admires, his main dancehall influences are Vybz Kartel, Alkaline and Dexta Daps.

“As an artiste, I know I have a far ways to go on the dancehall scene. But I am proud of my songs and my growing base of loyal fans who listen out for me,” Zebee shared.  

Zebee is ready to be a force in the dancehall industry.