Music Sun, 10 Aug 2014

…And Iwan declines

Way before the likes of Dancehall heavyweights holders including Jupiter, Kaakie, Samini, Shatta Wale (on his 2nd coming) and Stonebuoy emerged and established themselves to their current stages in the industry; there was IWAN, the lyrical gunshot.

The Gideon Force move gave music lovers songs including 'Corruption', 'Runaway', 'That Day', 'Jah Bless', 'Thanks & Praise' and 'Don’t Play'.

Then for reasons known by Iwan and the management of Bullhaus Entertainment, both parties parted ways leading to the formation of Gideon Force.

I regret to say this, but the independence and transition made by Iwan did no good to his brand or music; it rather had a negative impact resulting him lay way low to record hit music for his fans.


Despite the fact that Iwan still releases songs and upload onto online music websites as well as updates his fans on social media; he has become almost extinct in the mainstream media.

I urge the lyrical gunshot to dig deep and bring to his musical starved fans quality music and videos as he did some time back.

This comes as a lesson to other showbiz personnel that not all break-ups bring success; carefully analyze before leaping out of 'light-holders'.

Source: Michael Dokosi