2011 has been a whirlwind for dancehall/reggae artist Teflon. After a somewhat turbulent past few years, Teflon finally is in a happy and blessed frame of mind.
In 2011 Teflon made his presence seen all over Jamaica by performing on stage shows like Follow The Arrow, ST Mary Mi Come from GT Taylor Christmas Extravaganza and Sting. Of course he also showed love to his fans by several club appearances where he mixed and mingled while delighting the crowd with several hits.
2011 was also the year where Teflon finally returned to Canada, and took advantage of his second home by filming the video “Blessed” a Black Ice Productions. His European and African Tour were rescheduled for 2012 because of prior conflict of interest with his end of year shows in Jamaica. He wants his International fans to know that he will be there sooner than later and thank them for all the love and patience.
Teflon hit the music charts with several production such as “Matey Anthem” riddim by Pure Music Productions, “That’s Life & Jan Nuh let me go” by Gt production and Romiech production, and was blessed to voice on riddims for producers like Ward21, Skitta, Cashflow, Breadback, Delly ranks, Bigship, Tenament Yard and Computer Paul. His many collaborations included Capleton/King Shango “Same Struggle”, Chezedek “Rise Again”, Stevie face “Sha La Laa” and Marlon Binns “So Much Trouble”.
Reflecting on this past year Teflon admits that he made a few mistake and learned hard lessons from them, but feels blessed to be able to do and share what he loves “Jah bless me and through the struggle I will rise”.