Kirky D teams with Lukie D

Saturday, January 12, 2019

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A relationship in trouble is the inspiration behind Treat Her Right, a collaboration between Kirky D and singer Lukie D.

Treat Her Right was produced by Kirk Junior Records LLC. It was released late last year.

Kirky D explained how the song came about.

“I was having a conversation with Lukie D about a project that I had but didn't know what material to include on it. During the conversation, a close friend of mine and his girlfriend kept calling me back and forth about their situation. I told Lukie that I couldn't take sides in what was happening between them,” he said.

He continued: “Lukie suggested that no matter what was happening, he should treat his woman right and that's really how the song came about. I just put in my warning to men who have a good woman by their side, to treat her right because good women are hard to find.”

Kirky D is quite pleased with the response to the song.

“The response has been very positive, especially from women. They have been waiting on a positive song about them. Whenever you have a good person by your side, show them that you appreciate them and not wait until the person is gone, to recognise the how special they were.”

Kirky D (given name Kirkland Falconer) is Waterhouse in Kingston. After moving to Portmore, he migrated to Hartford, Connecticut, some nine years ago.

He is a regular fixture on the live performance circuit in Hartford.

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