Muss Buss feature
Born Dominic Brooks, singjay Vyral began his musical career at his alma mater, St Georges College where he garnered vast admiration for his lyrical freestyles and delivery. However, it wasn't until early 2010 that he went commercial as 'Kronik', with his breakthrough single Nah Go See We Fail. This track, being a motivational one, was used as the anthem for the Jamaica National Under 17 World Cup qualifying campaign that year. In 2012, Kronik changed his name to Vyral and has been working on building his new brand ever since. Currently promoting his upcoming EP, Musical Deliverance, to be released later this year, Vyral said through his in depth observations and research into the industry, he has noticed a deficit in the nurturing and guidance of young talent towards maximising their potential, as there is no core developmental structure in place. His song Dream, has also been getting airplay both locally and internationally.
To vote for Vyral to be featured on SunCity Radio's World Premier Tuesdays on November 3, log on to The Jamaica Star's Facebook page and like his video: Dream. Voting ends Monday at 11 a.m.
Born Shaquille Bennett and hailing from Brook Valley in Duhaney Park, St Andrew, Artikal had a great interest in music from a young age. Growing up observing his father, dancehall artiste New Kidz working diligently on his career, Artikal's understanding and passion for music gradually grew.
Being the patient and hard working individual he is, the young singjay took some time off to further understand the craft of music and develop his talent while still focusing on school. It was not until 2013 he made strides with Clean & Out. He later released his breakout single Let It Go. He aims to make the name 'Artikal' a staple in the music industry by being consistent with quality music. One of his latest releases is Only One, featuring D' Angel.
To vote for Artikal to be featured on SunCity Radio's World Premier Tuesdays on November 3, log on to The Jamaica Star's Facebook page and like his video: Smile. Voting ends Monday at 11 a.m.