Critique of Kevin Lennard better known as “Keks Mafia”

Keks Mafia

Born and raised in the beautiful nature Isle of Dominica is one of a kind musician, Kevin Lennard, better known as “Keks Mafia,” who writes his owns lyrics and produces his own beats for the entertainment of himself and others.

He expresses in his songs what many of us as Dominicans have in common, using none other than our Dominican dialect. Mr. Lennard said that one of his many goals is to make it at the top in the music industry with the pure Dominican dialect, with “Asa Bantan”, “Triple Kay”, “Michelle Henderson” and the wonderful “Opelia Marie” as his inspiration.

His latest song “You Draw” has been recognized across the island. Through this song “Keks Mafia” has gained many more fans, both men and women. He says that he was inspired to write the song “You Draw” through the memory of women that loves to break the hearts of men by using them for their money which he himself has already experienced.

Carlyn Xavier Phillip better known as “Carlyn XP”, a female artist in the music industry responded to Keks Mafia’s song, “You Draw” naming her song, “You Score”.

In humility, Mr. Lennard said that it is “good business for marketing because the beautiful Carlyn XP is greater in the music industry than he is and that all her fans would want to know who’s song she is responding to, and that they would visit his social media accounts and youtube channel.” He also said that he did not take Carlyn XP’s response in a negative way.

In my Opinion, Kevin Lennard is a humble young man who can achieve a lot in this music industry once he stays on the right path. Keep up the good work Mr. Lennard!

The talented “Keks Mafia” has other songs such as “Bike Wi”, “Gwa Da”, “I Fall Bouyon” and many more. He can be found on facebook @Kevin Lennard, and on Youtube and Instagram @ Keks Mafia or his songs can be downloaded at 365music.co

Akheem Alexis is an English major at the Dominica State College 

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16 Comments

  1. Music Producer
    April 20, 2017

    I love this brother’s artistic move

  2. Z
    April 19, 2017

    Good job! blessings always…

  3. le king french
    April 19, 2017

    big up keks u must make it

  4. Shocked
    April 19, 2017

    An English major student wrote this? Hmmmm…

    • Long Lost Dominica
      April 19, 2017

      Hater!

    • Vex
      April 20, 2017

      Have you ever written anything? Critique in a positive way, I wish to congratulate the young writer. Keep writing.

    • Kumbaya
      April 20, 2017

      My thoughts exactly.. this students has a longggggg way to go still

  5. d-a born
    April 19, 2017

    He’s pretty lyrical too. His flow can put some of the current j/can dancehall artists to shame.

  6. Oh snap
    April 19, 2017

    Keep going strong my brother

  7. Wa-a
    April 18, 2017

    Keks is one man dat get my respect because he is one of the only bouyon artist dat get de lyrical syncopation of the bouyon beat while using the local Dominican talk to amuse and entertain . While XP and dem tryin to emulate Destra with soca styling,Keks has come thru with the bouyon poetics. Call his production simplistic if you like but he got the Dominican street pulse down. And this is only with one listen to each of his tracks presented on You Tube. Back to de drawing board Asa,Wck,3Kay…

    • Dominican
      April 19, 2017

      Now this sounds more like an English Major

  8. More life
    April 18, 2017

    Keep it up.. more life

  9. The Darkness
    April 18, 2017

    To Keks Mafia… good job!

    Positive!

    Carlyn heard your song and decided man is the problem… but to both of you i say PEOPLE are the problem and always have been.

    Maybe you can use this for your next song. (Seriously don’t)

  10. Bob
    April 18, 2017

    Blessings young brother.

  11. laughing
    April 18, 2017

    You need a history class on the “Mafia.” The absence of knowledge is embarrassing, to say the least.

  12. Dominican
    April 18, 2017

    Didn’t see the critique part therefore the headline may be misleading.

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