BVIslander Kamau Georges is stopping at nothing to take his career to the next level, and this he has done by gaining recognition for his great work with the production of a new single for Rapper 'Plies' - "She Got It Made".
Speaking to BVI Platinum News from his home in Boston, Massachusetts, Georges who is the son of Former Deputy Governor Elton Georges said that the song which was recently released has already been climbing the billboard charts.
A modest Georges said that he works for one of the industry´s best, Clinton Sparks. He said that the single came about following the love of the song "Piña Colada", and it has the rhythm from that hit.
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Algernod Lanier Washington, better known by his stage name 'Plies', is an American rapper and founder of Big Gates Records. "She Got It Made" from his upcoming Goon Affiliated album is due out May 25th.
Georges who is known in the BVI for his great work as a saxophonist and who taught at the then BVI High School for four years, said that he did the hip hop version of "Piña Colada" two years back.
He explained that they production company was then hooked up with songwriter Beimaejor, who came up with a great chorus which was then sent to the record labels where 'Plies' gladly opted to sing the song.
The father of two who is married, has also worked with several Grammy winners including rapper 'Ludacris'.
Georges who is also a soca artist, said that he is currently working on an album for Clinton Sparks who is also a recording artist.
The producer and proud BVIslander said that it is a great opportunity for him to push his work and aim higher, while noting that BVIslanders who have dreams of being with the best of the best and doing world class work should not give up.
He said that they must continue to press on and not think that because they are from a small island means that they cannot reach to such levels. Georges posited that 'Iyaz' is a good example of what can be achieved by BVIslanders on the international music scene.
He last visited the BVI in February of this year.