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April 4, 2014
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Klaryti makes brave entry into music industry

Klaryti - Contributed

Super-talented recording artiste Klaryti is not daunted by the challenge of walking in the footsteps of his younger brother, Red Rat, as a recording artiste.

He is pushing two new singles, Thank You Mama and Pray Fi Dem, which he has sent to disc jockeys all over the world. The singles are also available online and the response from industry insiders has been encouraging so far.

"I will be shooting a medley video for the two songs with the most buzz, Today Is A Good Day and Pray Fi Dem, this month, to give people visuals and boost my presence in the marketplace. It's just like any business. It is all in how you promote. Let the people decide if you have a great product or not," the confident entertainer, born Troy Wilson, said.

Dubbed 'The voice of the majority: Klaryti', he is well known in dancehall music circles as the brilliant drummer Drum Rat', in reference to his work for several top-notch dancehall and reggae artistes such as Beres Hammond, Beenie Man and Cham at live shows and on iconic albums such as Grammy-winning 'Back to Black' with the late international superstar, Amy Winehouse. The name is also a nod of the hat to his uncanny resemblance to his brother.

Even though he has continued working as a musician with R&B stars in the US, he is now stepping out of the background to explore his talent as a recording artiste in Jamaica.

"This is something that I've always wanted to pursue, but I never had the opportunity or the time. That time is now," Klaryti explained.

You can check out his music at http://klarytionline.com/listen.

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