As the year is coming to an end, Dancehall star Konshens has a lot to be thankful and appreciative for in the last 12 months of his career. He has had a tumultuous few months but has managed to overcome and rise above his trials.

He said so himself in a recent Instagram post a few days ago. Konshens shared photos of him self surrounded by fans at several concerts that he staged this year.

If you’re not one to attend any of his shows then the photos will show the type of impact he has on his fans. They are seen tugging on his shirt, stretching out to simply touch him, taking photos, visibly cheering on and gawking at him with alluring eyes.

He captioned the archive: konshens Verified -Just really want to say thanks to all my Fans. Jah know. Even the ones that jump ship when i f**k around always come back around to help me rack up some streams and sell out shows all year round with nowhere near my usual level of effort and hustle. Thank you so much for the support in 2019. Me and my family are grateful.💚💪🏾🙏🏾. 2020 we centered and in full beast mode again. #konshens #dancehall #reggae #soca #afro #edm #GRATITUDE #HUNGER #APPRECIATION #LOVEFANS. SWIPE AND DROP YOUR FLAG!

 The Bruk Off Yuh Back deejay has been in the news for a list of scandalous situations just recently. First there was a very public break up with his wife in June, then rumors of cheating followed, then unto his vents online talking about suicide, afterward he rekindled things with his wife and it caused more news to stir and circulate. It was truly theatrical and fans had a lot to say. With that all behind him now Konshens is definitely in a better place.

The highlights of his year would be for sure the successes that followed the release of his tracks, Sexin, Bubble Gym, Raw Vein, Good Boy, Every Hustler, Dancehall Love Story, Feel Good, Do Wah Mi Like and What a Vibe along with other collabs. He has had tours in several US states plus Dubai, Cayman, Belize, Kenya, Amsterdam, St. Maartin and Costa Rica to name a few.

His career is in top form and his family life is seemingly happy. He recently shared photos on Instagram with his children over the Christmas holidays and things are looking good in the Spence’s camp. All the gears are in motion and Konshens is heading into 2020 hopeful and ready to win … “beast mode” as he puts it.

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