Recording artiste Iranyo has reminded his audience about the importance of togetherness with the track Cherish Me.

"This song is about cherishing your loved ones, friends, family and even strangers. You never know what life may bring, so it's important to learn how to appreciate people," he told the Jamaica Observer.

Produced by Acamp Music, the track was officially released on March 4. Since its release, the single has been getting a positive reception.

Directed by Safehouze Studios, the accompanying music video is steadily gaining traction and is being endorsed by fans and music lovers everywhere.

"I've been getting great feedback so far, it's been circulating in the streets and the Internet has been blazing with it. Numerous vloggers have been giving the song great feedback so I'm feeling good about it," Iranyo, whose real name is Tanranio Henry, said.

As he aims to reach even further with the track globally, the artiste hopes the song will touch the souls of those who come across it.

"I just want the people of the world to understand that you must cherish and check for people while they are alive and don't wait until they are sick and no longer here with us. Always support your friends and family before it's too late," he added.

Currently based in Florida, Iranyo is a versatile artiste who has been involved in the art for over 17 years.

"My music is real life, social commentary, joy and happiness. It's all about the instrument or rhythm, through which I get to express myself," he revealed.

Throughout his journey, the artiste has released several top-quality songs such as Blessings, Friendless, Nothing Similar, No One To Talk To and Walking Brand with up-and-coming artiste Kyle Xpress, who is currently signed to the Acamp Music label.

BY KEDIESHA PERRY Observer writer

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