Styla's Hot Inna Di Street

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

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EMERGING singjay Styla is currently promoting his latest single Hot Inna Di Street.

Speaking with the Jamaica Observer yesterday, the entertainer said he hopes the track will give him the musical break that he has been yearning for.

Hot Inna Di Street is another 'gal tune' but also has a very powerful message. It advises the males to listen to their girlfriends or wives as lack of communication is sometimes what cause a relationship to break down. Spend time with you woman or she ah go end up inna my arms, because me hot inna the streets,” he said.

Released in June, the song, he said, has been getting a favourable response in the streets.

“It's a good feeling to hear my song playing in the streets, that is what gives me my motivation. My ego gets even bigger when I hear someone singing along to it. I have very high hopes that this will give me the breakthrough I am seeking,” he said.

Hot Inna Di Street was produced by DJ Nezz.

Styla, given name Jason Tyson, hails from Darliston, Westmoreland. He released his debut single in 2008 called Reach Now.

Other tracks that followed included Supem Haffi Gwan, and One to Five.

— Simone Morgan-Lindo




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