Tempracha shares his Life Story

Catch Di Riddim

Observer Writer

Friday, September 14, 2018

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Growing up in Barbican, St Andrew, Tempracha was inspired by his brother, a budding musician, as well as youth on the corner imitating hot artistes of the day. That scenario influenced his decision to become a deejay.

Tempracha has released a number of songs in the last 10 years including Reason Why, Kitty Party and Turn Up. He is currently promoting the biographical single Life Story.

“The inspiration behind this song are the life struggles as well as the ups and downs, the good and the bad that I have been through since moving to America,” he said.

Now a resident of Philadelphia, Tempracha (given name Peter Barryclough) teamed with Tekktroniic Muziq for his latest release. He describes his music as conscious and entertaining, appealing to a wide demographic.

Over the years, he has worked with several producers including Kirk Bennett and Orette Howell.

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