Dancehall star Aidonia will be stepping away from recording music to focus on family and the birth of his soon-to-be born child.
“I will be taking a break from recording music over the next couple of months. I just want to give the people something they can vibe to because the birth of my son is approaching, and I am going to take some time to focus on that and my family,” Aidonia said in a media release.
The 4th Genna head honcho made the announcement following the release of his Occupied Mind project on December 1, a 23 track effort which is a body of work compiled in the aftermath of the passing of his late son Khalif Lawrence.
Khalif Lawrence, the nine-year-old son of deejay, Sheldon ‘Aidonia’ Lawrence and his wife Kimberley, died in hospital on December 3 following a three-year battle with cancer.
He hopes that fans’ appetite for music will be sated by Occupied Mind.
Executively produced on the Banger House Music Group imprint, the 23-track set features a single collaboration with campmate Govana on the single “Sorry 1,” while production credits come courtesy of Banger House Music Group, Haunted House, Emudio, Darshan, Cashflow Big Project, and Mill Beatz.
Upon release, Occupied Mind will become available on all major digital and streaming platforms.