Krytical on musical journey

Saturday, March 23, 2019

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Fast-rising dancehall singjay Krytical says he has in his career since the release of Wah Me So .

“The single was produced by Wealthy Ent and mixed by Fedda Weight Productions. Both of them are super-talented. I recorded myself at Supreme Record Studio, which is my home studio. The intro was done by my friend Aleisha — her voice gave the song an edge,” said Krytical.

Released September 2017, Wah Me So is available on all major digital platforms and is distributed by Tune Core.

“In coming months, I will be shooting and releasing a video,” he said.

Krytical said he has been receiving positive feedback and feels that this year will be his breakthrough year.

“The feedback has been great so far, because I got a lot of new fans and they send me a lot of videos vibing to the song and a lot of people been asking: 'Who is this new artiste that sing this song that been buzzing for some time now?' This song really gave life to my career and I want this song [to get] some prime time rotation on the airwaves so the whole world can get a chance to hear a real talented artiste,” said Krytical.

He is poised to make this year a successful one.

“As an artiste, I have to stay focused and never stop promoting. I understand the game and I trust the process; it is a part of my duty to use my talent as a tool to spread dancehall music worldwide,” he added.


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