Freetown, SIERRA LEONE – In an exclusive interview, Jaaje Horace, widely known as “The Magician,” shares the twist of her latest chart-topping release, “Kapu Sense,” and provides insights into her journey as one of Sierra Leone’s dancehall female artists.
Choosing “Kapu Sense”, Jaaje reveals that the title was inspired by the significance of being aware and perceptive in specific situations. “In the context of the song, it is a call to recognize and appreciate my talent.”
According to her, the creative process behind “Kapu Sense” was a collaborative effort between herself and her production team. She explained that starting with the beat, they carefully crafted a rhythm resonating with the dancehall genre, noting that “The lyrics emerged from her personal experiences and observations, focusing on confidence and assertiveness.”
She revealed that the song is a celebration of her “bad girl” persona, aiming to portray strength, independence, and self-confidence. In her words, “The song encourages embracing one’s identity and resisting societal expectations, embodying individuality and fearlessness.”
The reception of the song has been incredible, strengthening her position as one of Sierra Leone’s top dancehall female artists. Looking ahead, Jaaje hints at exciting projects in the pipeline, with collaborations on the horizon.
She emphasizes the crucial role of her fans, expressing gratitude for their support, emphasizing, that social media platforms enable direct connections with her audience, and fan feedback plays a pivotal role in shaping her musical journey.
“I set herself apart in Sierra Leone’s competitive dancehall scene through a commitment to authenticity, delivering messages that resonate with my audience, and pushing creative boundaries,” said Jaaje. PSN/20/1/2024