Vyzane Has High Hopes For New Single


Recording artiste Vyzane has penned a song for his female audience titled “Do It Fa Me” which he hopes will further cement his name within the industry.


The single was released late last year however Vyzane has devised a new promotional plan for the single with hopes of it making its way on to the international Dancehall scene.

“I always take time out to master my craft because there is always room for growth. With this single I carefully put together a plan that is sure to make the song dominate locally, on the European scene and in Latin America based on the type of groovy dancehall fusion beat that accompanies it, I try not to limit my music, there are endless possibilities. This is Vyzane’s evolution in the Dancehall arena” Said Vyzane.

The Ballads River Music produced track is set to hit digital stores as soon as his “Body To Mind” EP is ready.

“I have an EP in the making which will change the game completely. The EP has a track for every type of listener. My fans have been the backbone of my success thus far and I am determined to give them the best product at all times” He shared.

The singjay who has successfully toured the Caribbean twice has numerous collaborations with international artistes which will also be a part of his EP.

“ I have a single titled Caribbean Girls that is also doing extremely well in The UK on the BBC network and it has the potential to take over the ITunes charts so my producers are gearing up to release it on digital streaming outlets as we speak” Said Vyzane.

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