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June 19, 2014
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Vyral's 'Party Nuh Haffi Shot' creates buzz


Dancehall artiste Vyral has been generating a big buzz with his summer single, 'Party Nuh Haffi Shot'.

"Is not anything fi do wid Popcaan, people rate it, they say it can run summer, ah one of the hot songs fi the summer, I plan to release a video for it in the next two weeks. We started shooting the video with Qualified Productions last week, and I am shooting a couple of new scenes this weekend, so it soon ready fi do road," Vyral said.

Vyral is known for a song called Nah Go Si Wi Fail, which was recorded as his debut single under the name 'Kronik'. The song was chosen as the theme song for the Jamaica national Under-17 Football Team's campaign for the World Cup in January 10.

"That song kinda launched me out there, but over the years, my style and flow has changed, I am a much more polished artiste now," he said.

Born Dominic Anthony Brooks on May 14, 1990 in Kingston, he discovered his love for music at an early age. After leaving St George's College, he spent two years at the University of the West Indies and began writing and recording several tracks with G3 Musik Productions.

In 2010, he released several singles including Outstanding Man, Bad Mind Prayer and We Ah Party. He performed at Sting in consecutive years, 2011 and 2012, and was warmly received.

He has been working with several other producers such as Serocee and Mixpak Records out of the UK, and David Ferguson from United States. He released his debut mixtape, First Chapter, earlier this year under his Vyral Music label.

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