Serani, Tiyarro Aims For Billboard Big Success

Dancehall producer/artiste Tiyarro is upbeat about his collaboration with record producer/artiste Serani.


The single, titled A Summer, was produced by Tiyarro's Inna Wi Genes Records and Serani's Rockstone Media.

Tiyarro is best known for his work on Deepjahi's Life Goes On breakout single, while Serani achieved international recognition for his No Games single which made the Billboard chart and sold over 400,000 copies worldwide.

A Summer sees both musicians putting their creative minds together to produce a song intended to excite the partygoers, this summer.

"I came up with the idea of doing A Summer collaboration with Serani, so I went to work immediately by building the instrumental. Serani felt the rhythm as soon as he heard it, then went straight into the booth and effortlessly found the 'baddest' Summer chorus. I then did my verses, everything just happened smoothly," Tiyarro told THE STAR.

The song has been receiving regular rotation on local radio and places in Europe. A music video was also filmed for the project by Inna Wi Genes Filmz and will be released soon.

"My best experiences in music all occurred while being around Serani. He's a good friend and mentor ... taught me a lot, nah lie. The song has been my most successful single throughout my entire career. It's been getting crazy feedback. Nah lie mi a get crazy love from the radio stations, really appreciate dat. Big up every disc jock and Zip Jock weh a slap it wey hard. Wi looking for another Billboard hit so we make Billboard music," Tiyarro said.

Tiyarro is gearing up to release two rhythms under Inna Wi Genes Records. He also has another single produced by Jepo's Puzzle Up Records titled Love how yuh Whine.

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