Young Canadian vocalist Lucas DiPasquale started knocking some people’s socks off a year ago when he transferred his astounding acoustic concoction of hits (Street Affi Tek On, Ravin and Just Man She Need) by Dancehall craftsman Popcaan.

The video (which had more than 150,000 perspectives in a month on YouTube) picked up adoration worldwide as famous US music magazine FADER in a flash lifted it up, UK DJ’s Ras Kwame and Seani B raved about Lucas and craftsmen Kano and Krept and Konan tweeted the video out to their system of fans.

With such certifiable support for Lucas it wouldn’t have been long until he got to be distinctly refreshing at the origin of Dancehall music, Jamaica. With the Jamaica Eyewitness covering the video, radio stations Across the country 90 FM and Timetable and well known Jamaican television program In front of an audience television talking with him. Popcaan then tweeting the blend biggin up Lucas then welcoming him over to Jamaica to perform at the huge 2014 Jamaica Dream End of the week occasion with him before thousands.

Lucas then disclosed another incredible acoustic concoction comprising at the end of the day of Popcaan, in addition to two new increases – kindred Canadian local Drake and Dancehall whiz Sean Paul, then being grabbed by any semblance of MTV & SBTV. In this video, Lucas flaunts his pinpoint-precise Patois again covering Popcaan’s Beginning and end Pleasant, Drake & UK artist/musician Sampha’s hit The Movement and Sean Paul’s overall crush Like Paste.

Lucas came back to Jamaica in 2015 and recorded music for his up and coming presentation EP with Stephen McGregor, played an acoustic session at the incredible Tuff Gong studios, showed up on In front of an audience television by and by and shot a video for his up and coming single “Do It Like” (including Kardinal Offishall, Stylo G & Konshens) in the roads of downtown Kingston.

The single ‘Do It Like” delivered by Mojam & Stephen “Di Virtuoso” McGregor will be discharged early June 2015 and has effectively gotten bolster from MistaJam on BBC Radio 1Xtra and Ras Kwame on Capital Xtra after it’s debut by Dancehall veteran Seani B.

The authority online debuts Tuesday June second, 2015 on Complex (UK) 1pm GMT and LargeUp (North America) 9am EST.

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