Yaksta’s rapid rise to fame and the success of ‘Ambition’ lays the foundation for his
new release ‘Assets (Fowl Coop)’
Jamaican reggae singer and songwriter, Kemaul Martin, professionally known as Yaksta (Bush Lawd), has had a remarkable year in terms of music sales, streams and radio plays both online and offline. Yaksta has seen notable growth in his fan base and online platforms, some of which increased more than tenfold after he released ‘Humans’ in 2020. ‘Humans’ was followed up by his recent chart-topping hit, ‘Ambition’, at the start of 2021 and these songs helped to propel Yaksta’s name from relative obsurity to the heights of televised political summits. Yaksta’s lyrics are now being quoted in Jamaica’s House of Representatives and on the streets of cities, towns and parishes around the globe. His new song, ‘Assets (Fowl Coop)’, released on 28th May 2021, is equally as powerful and speaks directly to the progressive, hard-working, entrepreneurs hoping to emerge victorious from the harsh economic, health and practical realities of living in the Covid19 pandemic era.