After his Reggee/Dance hall hit “Gimme Love” gave him
(ii) Digitalise his sounds and ditribute it to over 120 electronic form which include (iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, Pandora, Amazon, iHeart and so on) and on International Mixtapes
(iii) Induction of his song into 3 international mixtapes
(iv) Songs rotation on international Radio Stations ( SoHo Radio Uk, Mattrix USA, iHeartRadio New York, AVALiveRadio Miami), and Jacqueline of AVALive Radio Florida wanting a live interview, but due to logistics he couldn’t be there
(V) International Music Award (IMA USA) allowed him to sign up 2 of hid songs for Award nominations (Gimme Love & Call Me John Torrio) after a premium payment.JUNGLE JUSTICE
Also, K-Merit recently kicked off his campaign against jungle justice. where he took some made up, yet gruesome pictures at the Unilorin Zoo. He said “I decided to take those picture in the zoo, because the king of the jungle (lion) predates for survival, so why are we humans so foolish to kill ourselves for the sake of ignorance. Africa legislative arms need reformation. Earlier we said colonialism deprived us, but now we are killing ourselves with archaic ideas. There should be a strict law that would make everyone knows that we all matter”. He wrote a tribute for the #Aluu4 victims too.
The lyrics to his songs are also on genius, metrolyrics e.t.c.Here is a little abstract from the New Month’s Art K-Merit is gifting to his fans
The song is a tribute to sicily boss John Torrioanna also known as “Papa Johnny”, “The Fox” and “The Immune”, was an Italian-American mobster who helped build the criminal empire known as the Chicago Outfit in the 1920s that was later inherited by his protégé, Al Capone. He also put forth the idea of the National Crime Syndicate in the 1930s] and later became an unofficial adviser to the Genovese crime family.
The U.S. Treasury official Elmer Irey considered him “the biggest gangster in America” and wrote as follows: “He was the smartest and, I dare say, the best of all the hoodlums. ‘Best’ referring to talent, not morals”.Virgil W. Peterson of the Chicago Crime Commission stated that his “talents as an organizational genius were widely respected by the major gang bosses in the New York City area”.
John Torrio is also a moniker for Nigerian Artiste K merit.
He explains how he ditched a girl who never loved him in his humble beginning… Note many similarities between K merit and John Torrio