With an already
trending solo career; artiste, song writer and producer Craigy T, formerly of
the mega group TO.K, has just ensured his viability as an international Reggae
act via a brand new collaboration with Tarrus ‘Singy Singy’ Riley called ’One
The eclectic Reggae
ballad, written by both artistes, combines both a high energy party vibes with
slow grooves on a throwback infused reggae riddim. The track is definitely
considered ‘feel good’ music intent on keeping the party going.
The decision to work
on the ‘One More Song’ project was never the usual planned idea but rather
something that evolved out of studio vibing with the two artistes who are also
“ Me, Tarrus and my artiste Kenny Smith were
in the studio one day vibing some of my tracks and the song just came out of
that creative energy. It was completely organic. Then
we recorded the song at Chimney records studios with Jordan so imagine three
musically mad people in one place!” Craigy T shared
Craigy T has also done
some recent work with Tarrus on his own recordings, the two wrote Tarrus’
single "Don't come back" on Rvssian’s Crown Love riddim among others.
Already Tarrus and
Craigy T have hit the ground running with the single’s promotion with a photo
shoot for the song’s artwork and distribution of the single to select local and
“Plans are big for this song. We recognize that it has the potential to be a worldwide hit so a video is definitely forthcoming. It's also the first single from my upcoming album.” Craigy T added
The ‘One More Song’ single should be officially released digitally on Craigy T’s GafJam Record label imprint in a matter of weeks. Other projects are also in the works for the label including Kenny Smith’s EP with producer German as well as finishing Craigy T’s yet to be titled debut album.
Fans can look out for additional
GAFJAM records juggling projects as well. For all updates on Craigy T’s
performances and projects follow him on social media @craigy_tok
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