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February 17, 2014
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Byngham releases new controversial single, 'Adultery'

Upcoming dancehall-reggae artiste Byngham, formerly Riquey Bingham, has released a new and spanking single titled 'Adultery', in which he sings about being involved with another man's wife.

Byngham, who hails from Lilliput, Montego Bay, is no stranger to music scene. He is known for his melodious reggae hit single Come Back To Me, which awarded him the Carivibez TV 'Breakout video of the Year' in 2011 and Mother's Love, which was premiered on Onstage in 2012.

Since then, the smooth lyrics maker took time off from the music for personal reasons but was always in the studios working on his musical catalogue. He teamed up with the multitalented producer DJ Steam from New York to create Adultery, which is an uptempo dancehall track that is very unique because of its message.

The song could give different meanings based on one's perspective. Nonetheless, it is a very catchy song that has the potential to grow massively.

When Byngham was asked if he actually committed adultery, he answered with a smile: "Yuh know, mi neva really commit adultery, mi nah go lie still. I have cheated and have also being cheated on, but dem things deh happen all the time. In most relationships one party cheats."

The song is currently available on iTunes and other major distribution companies. It premiered on Valentine's Day on Byngham's official YouTube channel www.youtube.com/user/binghamofficial.

Byngham is also getting ready to release a string of new singles including Karma and Go Dung Gyal, which features ZJ Wah Wa.




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