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Neyo and Charly Black To Drop New Single
Grammy-nominated music producer Troyton Hinds of "Troyton Music" has another international collaboration under his belt, this time teaming up with Neyo and Charly Black.
The track titled “Over Again” is set to be officially released March 27, 2020, and will be available on all digital platforms via Sony Music and Hapilos distributions.
According to Troyton, the collaboration was done last year in December.
“I sent Neyo the beat and told him I had an idea for a track with him and Charly Black. Two weeks later he told me he was going to be in California doing some work on his upcoming album. So I flew out to California to record Neyo’s part of the track.
A couple of days after we recorded I came back to Jamaica where I linked up with Charly in the studio and the rest is history," said Troyton.
Troyton also expressed that it's a great opportunity to record with international artiste Neyo once again after sharing much success with the singer back in 2011 when Neyo did a remix to Mavado’s "I know you Want Me”.
“It is always good to collaborate with people in different genres of music. My label is always open to that”, said Troyton.
Over Again is definitely a cross over song that will be playing across the world in every mainstream market.
Troyton is currently working with some other mainstream artiste’s that have huge international followings. He’s also gearing up to release a dancehall project which he is quite upbeat about.
“This year is a huge year for Troyton Music, I am currently putting all promotions needed behind my latest project ‘Love Rapture’ and for any of my project thereafter.
I just want to thank all my supporters for staying tuned into my music, and with all that is going on in the world to please be safe in this time” said Troyton.