Cementing himself as a front runner for Dancehall in the UK. K More continues to build a solid catalogue of music and establish himself globally with his latest release ‘Yo Yo’. The self-proclaimed ‘London Don’ was born in St Thomas, Jamaica, migrating to the UK at the age of 9. K More’s style is very much a product of his environment, through combining his Jamaican heritage of Reggae and Dancehall with the sound of contemporary London. K More has been able to create his own unique brand of high energy dancehall, that both connects with his roots as well as pushing the boundaries for Dancehall in the UK.
Throughout his career, K More has supported a number of the biggest international acts in dancehall including Spice, Ding Dong, Dexta Daps and Konshens, as well as headlining at a number of events including Caribbean Rocks and Brit Jam. K More perfectly translates his high energy dancehall brand into his performances, being known for his exciting, energetic and entertaining style.
K More’s latest single ‘Yo Yo’ continues to build on this reputation, as he brings a high energy twist to traditional dancehall sounds. K More brings this expertly crafted riddim from Big Zeeko to life, n this summer ready, dance inducing anthem.
K More highlights this perfectly when breaking down the single:
“I wanted to keep delivering songs with high energy. Dancehall is about making people dance and that is exactly what the song is making people do. I wanted it to be fun and interesting”
‘Yo Yo’ has already inspired the #kmoreyoyochallenge on TikTok, which was started by Team Spice members Dancing Rebel and Pretty Sticky Whine, both known for their high energy dancing style whilst performing alongside International Dancehall Superstar Spice, something which they have both definitely brought to this challenge. The challenge has already received over 60,000 views and continues to grow daily.
The video for ‘Yo Yo’ brings the high energy style of the track to life. Filmed in Kingston, Jamaica, K More once again links up with Team Spice, with their high energy dancing being the main focus of the video, really embodying K More’s aim to bring back the fun and light-hearted side of dancehall with this release. Being K More’s first video shot in Jamaica, he really focused on visualising the true essence of his dancehall sound. Choosing a unique location that perfectly reflects the sound of the single and enables dancing to be at the forefront as he continues to promote his high energy brand of Dancehall.