XKhraig sings about Suzie

Friday, December 14, 2018

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Fusing his old-school style with his modern lyrics, Philadelphia-based recording artiste XKhraig tells it all in his new single Suzie.

Self-produced on his Dubplate Express Record Label, the single became available for purchase on all major digital streaming sites through CD Baby.

“I first released the song on YouTube for promotion purposes and the feedback I have been receiving is overwhelming. My fans love how I was able to deliver the song in an old-school style but still captivate them and keep them listening,” said XKhraig.

“The single is about a man who tried to turn an exotic dancer into a housewife but she realises soon after that such a life was not meant for her and she ends up cheating, leaving the man to find love elsewhere. When Suzie was ready to settle down, her chance had already passed. it's a situation that's more common than you think,” he added.

Currently on a small promotional tour in Jamaica, XKhraig says he had to return to his roots in order to give the song the promotional muscle it needs to reach to higher heights.

The visuals for Suzie will be released in coming months.

“My fans can also look out for my new single Hard Life which will be released soon, it's relatable and I want persons to know that regardless of where you grew up or how you grew up there is a better life ahead. I gave the fans a premiere at Uptown Mondays and it was well received,” he said.

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