Kuzilla continues musical journey

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

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KUZILLA is hoping his single, Life Is A Journey, will land him a permanent spot within the music industry.

The single, released last October, is steadily making an impact on the local reggae scene.

“The song was released late last year. However, I have devised a new promotional strategy and started my campaign with hopes that the single makes its way on to the international reggae scene,” said the emerging reggae singer.

Produced by YE Production, Life Is A Journey is slated to make its way into digital stores.

“This song is a motivational song. It teaches my listeners to keep pushing forward because regardless of what is happening now, there is better to come on their journey. My music speaks only positivity, because, as an artiste, I feel it is a part of my duty to help keep positive energy flowing in the atmosphere. Positive energy yields positive outcomes,” said Kuzilla.

Kuzilla, given name Bruce Tyrell, has plans of releasing a music video in coming months.

“The reception I have been receiving from the public has been uplifting. My listeners are eager to see the visuals behind the track and I plan on delivering sooner than later. The video will be as mind-throbbing as the track,” he said.

The Portland-born artiste has plans of releasing an EP after he further cements his name within the industry.

“I plan on releasing an EP soon. It will be an EP filled with positive, motivational words for my listeners. Each song will be designed to appeal to every type of listener there is. Life is filled with obstacles, but how you approach them determines the outcome and I seek to teach my listeners how to overcome. This EP will be worth the listen,” he added.




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