Lutan Fyah says 'I Feel Like Skank'
Reggae artiste Lutan Fyah recently returned to the island after a month-long tour of Europe.
The artiste, who recently spoke on the state of reggae music, said he will not be easing up on that subject matter because enough is not being done to preserve what he describes as "Jamaica's most precious commodity".
Following his return, the reggae sensation is undertaking an extensive campaign for his latest song, I Feel Like Skank, produced under dancehall icon Busy Signal's Turf Records.
The song was released late November and has been doing well, enjoying regular rotations on local and international radio stations.
"I only do good music, and my fans always appreciate that about me. I Feel Like Skank is an upbeat, fun song that everyone can groove and move to. It's catchy and it is all about holding a vibes, which everybody can relate to," Lutan Fyah said.
The video for the single was shot at Dub Club in Jacks Hill, St Andrew, recently. It was released worldwide yesterday.
Lutan Fyah is also looking forward to the release of his much-anticipated album, Music Never Dies, which will drop on May 22. The album is produced by Igrade Records in St Croix.
"It is a 14-track album of raw, roots-reggae music created by some of the most indigenous Rasta from the island of St Croix. My fans have been requesting an album from me, and so I had to deliver."
Lutan Fyah will also be performing alongside other top reggae acts at Midnite in Kingston, March 26, at Hope Gardens. He is working closely with Susan Smith of Powerhouse Global Media for his campaign efforts.