Dancehall Artist Valiant Gears Up for EP Album and Teases Upcoming Collaboration with Byron Messia

Exciting news for music fans as dancehall star, Valiant, revealed his forthcoming EP album, set to hit shelves later this year. This revelation comes just before his performance at Sumfest this upcoming Friday.

At just 24 years old, the deejay, also known by his real name Raheem Bowes, is making waves in the music scene. Aside from his anticipated album, a collaboration with Taliban singer, Byron Messia from St. Kitts and Nevis , is also in the works.

Having recently returned from a highly successful tour across Canada, the UK, and Europe, Valiant continues to garner global appeal. His magnetic performances have been captivating audiences around the world, solidifying his rising stardom.

Earlier this year, Valiant, in collaboration with Diplomatic Records and DJ Mac, released his mixtape titled 4:14 on June 30. This release pays homage to the date April 14, a significant day for Bowes as it marks the birth of his son and his career breakthrough. His viral slang ‘Kotch ‘eh Hat’, and the success that followed, were significant milestones for his career that are celebrated with this mixtape release.

The 4:14 mixtape features a compilation of Valiant’s past and current hits. Notably, it includes collaborations with popular artists such as Kranium, Chronic Law, and Serani. This latest body of work showcases Valiant’s versatility and unique blend of dancehall vibes.