Lexxicon releases captivating new EP 'Bashment SZN'



Lexxicon breaks boundaries into worlds of Bashment, Dancehall, Tropical R&B and even Grime with his latest EP, Bashment SZN. An artist with irresistible swagger and cool, Jamaican-Canadian musical artist, Lexxicon is the definition of passion and persistence. It is almost impossible for an audience to not become consumed by the intense energy that radiates through his music and the long-lasting impression of his dynamic live performances. With music that sounds like a crossbreed between PartyNextDoor and Swae Lee merged with a strong artistic vision, to push the boundaries of the industry, Lexxicon is quickly rising through the ranks to become a household name.

"I am so excited about this Ep because it feels like something Beenie Man would make if he was musically reborn in my generation, anyone that loved 90's dancehall is gonna love this EP. If you ever wanted to whine your waist, throw things at the wall and dance, then this EP is for you! It's the perfect fusion of passionate sexual chaotic energy."

By his early teenage years, Lexxicon had lived in Birmingham, England and New York City, before settling in Toronto, Canada where he truly began honing his skills and natural talent as a professional recording artist. With connections to some of the most renowned music cities of the world, Lexxicon is known for blending his Jamaican roots with some quintessential mainstream sounds, namely: R&B/Hip-Hop and Afrobeat. His ability to seamlessly fuse elements from multiple genres has led him to write and release a myriad of catchy, up-tempo tracks as reflected in projects such as: Bashment Trap House and Bashment Reggaeton. Finding inspiration in the works of established artists such as Sean Paul, Stefflon Don, Afro B and Wizkid, Lexxicon hopes to champion his unique sound and create a similar imprint on the international music scene.

"As a dancehall music lover, I always wanted to create a small project that really reflected those that I looked up and this EP is that project. You won't be able to listen without moving, grooving and wishing you could catch a bubble"