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July 29, 2014
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Black Mattic, cashflow records release 'Bad Gyal'

International dancehall and Pop artiste, Black Mattic, has teamed up with Cashflow Records for the single, 'Bad Gyal', released two weeks ago.

The song is already generating a buzz since premiering on Sun City radio. Black Mattic, (Kenich Lee), said he is expecting the song to go a far way, locally and internationally.

"I expect it to attract a lot more female music lovers from here. I expect it to generate plenty of attention in the overseas market as well," he said.

Bad Gyal is the first locally produced song released by the Jamaican born deejay, who now resides in New York. It is also the first of many projects Black Mattic will be doing with Cashflow Records.

The deejay, a former Norman Manley high student, said he has always admired the works of the label and felt that its material was compatible with the vision of his label, Official Hits Music Group (OHMG).

"We felt that Cashflow Records is compatible, based on the kind of feel and bounce we are looking for and we've always wanted to do a local production. The song is to highlight the love men have for the so-called 'bad side' of females. It was also done to promote the Biker Sundays event," he added.

There will be a release party for the single, August 14, at Club Taj in New York. The party will feature Tiffany Lewis and other cast members from Love and Hip Hop, DJ Mr Famous and Bruk Wine Girls, who will be creating dance choreography for the North American version of the song.

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