Koshens became most popular in dancehall beat songs like ’Simple Song’, ‘Gal A Bubble’ , ‘Couple Up’ and ‘Walk And Wine’ among others.
The artist has via twitter revealed that Rwanda is among countries he is expecting to hold concerts.
He also posted a short video showing him invited to the stage for performance and laughing as he holds a microphone.
“How I am gonna smile when we finally confirm these Africa dates. Kenya. Uganda, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Ghana, Gambia, Nigeria, South Africa, Malawi Burundi etc… Who is missing?? Can’t wait,” he said in a tweet.
Dates and venues for the concert have not yet been confirmed.
Konshens last visited Rwanda in East African Party held on 1st January 2016 in which he featured with Rwandan artistes including King James, Urban Boyz, Bruce Melody and Allioni.
Konshens became an international superstar almost immediately after bursting onto the music scene in 2005.
Born Garfield Spence in Kingston in 1985, he claims Beres Hammond as his primary musical influence, and his vocal style is strong and confident yet smooth and melodic.
His songs range from urgent, socially conscious pleas to sexually charged dance numbers. Konshens first began making music as part of duo Sojah, along with his brother Delmark Spence (Delus). Their single "Pon Di Corner" became a number one hit in Japan, leading to a lengthy tour of that country, which was Konshens’ first experience performing live.
After the duo released the Japan-only Sons of Jah album and completed another tour, they decided to work on solo material. Konshens began releasing a steady stream of dancehall hits, including "Winner," "Rasta Imposter," and "Insanity."