Denyque is redefining her profession along with her ‘R.E.A.D.Y’ (Release All the things And Do You) EP, which debuted on the iTunes Hip Hop Chart earlier this week.
The project, released on February 1st, debuted at No. 26 on the iTunes Hip-Hop/Rap charts before moving several places up the chart and peaking at No. 14.
The project, which fuses dancehall with R&B, features five (5) songs and is 17 minutes long. The previously released song “Between Me And You” is the primary track, followed by “Make A Wish,” “Long Way Down,” Ease My Mind,” and “Red.”
Denyque’s EP is released by Levels To Life Productions, Lee Milla Productions, owned by Billboard producer Leonandre Millerm, and Denyque’s Denym Entertainment under exclusive license to twenty first Hapilos Digital Distribution, Inc.
In an invited comment to Urban Islandz, she shared excitement on the project’s reception.
“I feel grateful, stuffed with gratitude. It feels surreal it’s like I’m in a dream, I can’t imagine it’s actually come to life. I worked for nearly a 12 months on this project, and to see it come to life is sort of like giving birth again. R.E.A.D.Y is my baby, and overall, I just say I’m ready!” she said.
On Instagram, Denyque has been congratulated by many fans who say she is the primary Jamaican independent artist to interrupt into the highest hip-hop charts within the USA in recent times.
“I like the undeniable fact that persons are loving it. I’m pleased that they’re loving it and I’m pleased for all of the support. I just need to proceed to push it and to do more music and connect with the fans and just create an area that folks can feel comfortable and take heed to the music that they love too!” she said to Urban Islandz.
Elsewhere on Instagram, she also reacted to the project charting on simultaneous charts but didn’t spend much time, resulting in critics questioning whether the project charted.
“Haters will say it’s photoshop. R E A D Y out now EVERYWHERE. Did 3 days strong on the Top 200 albums in America. BIG love & thank youuu to all of you. keep running it up!” she wrote.