Tydal 'One More Straw' getting a big buzz
Master One Productions recording artiste Tydal is getting a big buzz for his latest single, One More Straw, because of its strong revolutionary stance against the pathetic wages paid to workers in Jamaica.
"Half of Jamaica's working population are getting minimum wages for our salary, so it really hard on our families. If that's the case, then people must feel frustrated when they work hard in the sun or wherever and our employers not wanting to pay up or pay up on time. Society people still have the mentality of slaving out our people and we tired of that. I have the privilege of getting my voice heard on a wider scale, so I have to represent for the people and mek wicked-heart people know we a stand firm," he said.
Tydal is looking forward to performing the song at the upcoming Portmore Seafood Festival in St Catherine.
"I really want to just generate my own energy, stay on the message and give the fans a quality performance, and hope they react to it in a positive way," Tydal said.
He performed at a bike show held at the National Stadium on Sunday. "It was proper, mi get a really good response to Tell Dem Fi Farm and a new song mi have weh name Street Life. It was a early ting, show done 8 p.m. and the police dem rush it and come lock it off, but mi get fi do my ting," Tydal said.
Earlier this year, Tydal performed during Tony Rebel's prestigious Rebel Salute Festival at Richmond Estate in St Ann. He also did well at the annual 'Follow Di Arrow' show in St Mary, getting forwards for popular songs such as Tell Dem Fi Farm and Ballground.
The talented singjay has seen his stocks rise since he inked a recording and management contract with Florida-based businessman Jyorken Kennedy's Master One Productions over a year ago.
According to Tydal, signing with the company has greatly improved his career. "Since I signed with Master One Productions, I have a strong team to work with as an artiste which allows me to be more focused creatively,"he said.
Pushing full speed ahead with his career, Tydal plans to shoot a music video for the single titled Back Inna Mi Arms on the Cool Shade rhythm produced by Master One Productions.
In the meantime, Tell Dem Fi Farm is still in rotation both locally on CVM TV and abroad, and generating hits on YouTube.
"The song is being sold on iTunes, so my music is available worldwide to millions of people, and I am already seeing a lot of great feedback on Twitter and Facebook, so I know it is working. Right now mi can run out with that song anywhere in Jamaica and people know it," said the artiste.Read more about Tydal