The music video for “My God” is already on its way. Look out.
Listen to “My God” by Popcaan.
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Popcaan, whose real name is Andrae Sutherland grew up in Portmore, Jamaica.
As young as seven years old, Andrae trained himself as a vocalist and performer, he continued to follow his musical calling.
Popcaan’s breakthrough came in 2010 with “Clarks,” a collaboration with Kartel.
The single achieved worldwide success, inflicting an international spike in sales of the British shoe.
In 2011, Popcaan acquired the Excellence in Music and Entertainment (EME) Award for ‘Best New Artist’, and ‘Collaboration of the Year’ for “Clarks,” which also won ‘Song of the Year – Dancehall’.
He was also featured in The New York Times talking on the rising influence of “Only Man She Want.”
Popcaan has been touring extensively since, in Europe, Canada, and the Caribbean and South American region.
While in Canada, Popcaan linked with Canadian rapper Drake, who has publicly expressed his admiration.
In 2013, the Jamaican entertainer launched the video for “Unruly Rave,” which was shot in Toronto and directed by October’s Very Own label head Niko.
In June 2014, Popcaan first appeared on the cover of The Fader in its 92nd issue. He featured on Melissa Steel’s “Kisses for Breakfast” single, which was a top ten hit in the UK in August 2014. His debut album, Where We Come From, was released on Mixpak on 10 June 2014. The project was executive-produced by Dre Skull.