Aidonia shares his pain on the first single released since the untimely death of his son King Kahlif.
Perhaps the dancehall veteran is turning to his music as a form of therapy after spending the past two months mourning the loss of his son. “Faith” is the first song Aidonia has released in nearly a year, and the first since his son’s death. The cut is his follow-up to “Psychopathic” with Intence.
Faith is produced by Banga House MG and Darshan Records. The track features Aidonia, delivering conscious lyrics in a laid-back vibe while walking in nature and visiting the river.
“Faith moves mountains / Every blessing counts them / Close the door, open the power to work, speak positive words / Use faith, move mountains, faith moves mountains,” Donia chorused from under the gazebo. In another scene in the cut, directed by Shane Creative, Aidonia, dressed in white, sits on a rock by the river before stepping into the clear water.
At the end of the 3-minute video, Kahlif Lawrence flashes onto the screen with the dancehall star and his wife, Kimberly Megan. Califf was nine years old when he died.
Aidonia is currently working on a project due sometime this year. The dancehall jockey has been missing from the music world for the past few years after learning his son was diagnosed with cancer in 2019. He and his wife, Kimberly, have been silently caring for their son’s health while fans don’t know what’s going on behind the scenes. Meanwhile, the U Know Di Vibe anchor has been criticized by some fans for being lazy and not releasing more music.
During his recent performance at Sandz, Aidonia brought Kimberly Megan to the stage in recognition of her strength and resilience in dealing with her son’s illness and subsequent death.