Tek Man Fah tells a very hilarious story about women who are always asking for money. After a few times listening to the track on the bouncy dancehall beat you will most definitely experience the after-effect of the song’s catchy melody and rhymes which will be constantly pumping through "brainwaves" like a scratch record. Squeeky Plus says he plans to promote this single not only in the US but also in Jamaica as he intends to make his mark on the local music scene in a big way.
"This is the first time I am going to release a single in Jamaica and I am going to promote it very hard because I want to make an impact in my home land. I am very confident that the people will love it based on the topic of the song and the rhythm it's very lively as you hear it you want to dance. I have put a lot of hard work into it and I know once it gets some good promotion its going to be a hit," said Squeeky Plus.
The talented deejay who is originally from the parish of St. Thomas has been honing his craft since he was a child. However he didn’t really take the music business serious until he moved to Poughkeepsie, New York in the earlier part of this decade. Since he migrated he has recorded and released several singles in the US such as Lets Dance, Do Di Job, Here for You featuring Billy Bad, So Poor featuring Yankee and Wanna Do featuring Michelle Barone.
Squeeky Plus has also performed on several events in New York and the Tri State area sharing stage with the likes of top dancehall acts such as Buju Banton, Beenie Man, Coco Tea, Capleton and Assasin. He recently performed on a Haiti benefit event at the Ciboney Night Club, Poughkeepsie. He is currently working under the guidance of Sun Light Productions Collin Miller aka Percy.