Tyrical explores cheating in new song

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August 30, 2016
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If you think the summer is hot, wait until you hear Can't Believe, the latest song from dancehall artiste Tyrical. The song, produced by Dave Wallace for Tyrific Records, is already heating up the airwaves with heavy rotation on radio.

Can't Believe, which is on the Flirt rhythm, explores the issues of cheating and heartbreak, which seem to be becoming more common in relationship these days. With his usual smooth flow and captivating rhymes, Tyrical boldly expresses his shock of how unfaithful his woman has been. Tyrical says cheating is an issue that many people have to deal with, and many are not bold enough to talk about it. Therefore, he decided to create a song that he knows many people can relate to.

"My prediction is that it is going to be one of the hottest tunes this summer and for the rest of the year," said Tyricial, who is known for previous hits such as the chart-topping 2010 song, Want My Own, No Guerrilla War, Ghetto Prayer and his 1995 breakthrough hit, Youths From The Street.

The ultra-talented artiste, songwriter and producer, who now has a new management team led by US-based entrepreneur Dave Wallace, promises to do big things in dancehall in the coming months. "I am focusing on Jamaica. I am working the streets right now. Getting mad love from the people in the streets is really wonderful, and it shows that the song is going to go places. I am focused on pleasing my fans and all fans of Jamaican music. It has never been so serious before. The song will do well internationally and locally," said a confident Tyrical.

Tyrical says his love for dancehall and reggae music is unwavering and as an artiste and producer, he wants to do his part to ensure the music is not diluted. "A lot of songs are being produced without the one-drop beat. I hardly hear any authentic dancehall and reggae out there, and I want to do my part to defend the authenticity of the music," said Tyrical, who has also written and produced songs for some of Jamaica's A-list singers and deejays, including Bounty Killer, Movado, Sugar Minott, Terror Fabulous, Jah Cure, Monster Shack Crew, Elephant Man and Mr Vegas.

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