Emerging Reggae Artist FhoKuss


FhoKuss aka Orlando Watson is a new emerging dance hall /reggae artist. FhoKuss (Focus) was Born on the 17th day of November 1989 in Buff bay Portland, Jamaica graduating From Titchfield
high school. However it was not until the year 2013 when he migrated to the United States not knowing what his destiny would be. FhoKuss often says “I didn’t choose music, Music Chose me!”

FhoKuss truly was blessed with a Gift. As a youth in school he did a lot of writing, displaying great epic stories and was good at composing essays and putting his thoughts down on paper. His love for music developed at a tender age. FhoKuss was actively involved in music since the first grade of primary school performing in class concerts singing songs from popular artists such as Bounty Killa and Beenie Man. While in high school he continued evolving in music often winning clashes against other aspiring artists.

After coming to the U.S., FhoKuss began taking his craft seriously and continued developing as a writer and a artist. He teamed up with close friends Omar Duffus and Leon Bell, and together they formed Skyywear Productions. Earlier this year, FhoKuss completed his 1st mixtape “The Beginning” with the assistance of Youth Black Faith and has quickly gained a phenomenal response from fans in New york, New Jersey and over seas in places like England straight back to Jamaica!

FhoKuss recently performed in Jamaica with reggae sensation “I Octane”, catching the attention of Irie FM’s DJ Ashile who was 1st to spin FhoKuss latest smash hit “Pressures Of Life” on Jamaica’s Top radio station “Irie FM”. Now you can look for this tune regularly on Irie Fm being spun by Wayne “The Genius”and DJ Ashile.

As FhoKuss has stated in his debut mixtape, This is only “The Beginning”. Under the guidance of Manager (and cousin) Mystere Jones, FhoKuss is currently in the process of working on his 1st Studio LP with production from RHT, Skitta Musiq and Noe Doe Network. Words from FhoKuss: “My love, dedication and game changing attitude towards music has helped me to grow as an artist.” “My goal is to continue the good work for all who have made reggae and dance hall music what it is today.” For more info and latest news, Please follow #Fhokuss on his quest to greatness on all social media sites!







For bookings and serious inquiries contact Fhokuss@gmail.com or MJ Mgmt @ 570-243-1777

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