Stylo G unveils first single on 3 Beat Records - 'Soundbwoy'
STYLO G - 'SOUNDBWOY'
14 April 2013 / 3 BEAT RECORDS
Fresh from a string of hits including the underground smash of 2012 'Call Mi A Yardie', as well as 'Winter Swag' and Jodie Connor¹s 'Talk', UK dancehall stalwart Stylo G is back with brand new single 'Soundbwoy'.
The reggae-inspired dance track is already being supported by DJs Toddla T (BBC Radio 1), Robbo Ranx, and Mistajam (BBC Radio 1Xtra) and is Stylo G's first release on 3 Beat Records, the specialist Urban/Dance label behind the recent success of artists such as Skepta, Sway, Duck Sauce and Matrix & Futurebound. Production comes courtesy of hot new Dutch talent Diztortion who counts super-producers Chuckie and Giorgio Tunifort as inspiration, and who recently collaborated with Lethal Bizzle.
"We are really excited to welcome Stylo G and his team to our roster at 3Beat Records. Having had success with Skepta and Sway on our label we feel that Stylo G is a great addition, as he is an unique artist with genuine talent, charisma and the ability to write exciting and catchy songs that work both in the club and on radio. We are really looking forward to unleashing the new music he has been working on." Shaurav D'Silva (3 Beat Records)
Stylo G has been involved in the British underground music scene since the age of 15 when he moved to the UK from Spanish Town, Jamaica. Son of the legendary dancehall artist Poison Chang, Stylo decided to follow in his father's footsteps, making his mark in the UK when Grime music was at its highest, and he has since developed the bridge between UK hip-hop and dancehall. 2012 was an explosive year for Stylo G with the release of underground hit 'Call Mi a Yardie'. The single crossed continents receiving kudos and radio play as far afield as Japan and the USA.
Look out for the exclusive remix of Soundbwoy from top Jamaican producer Stephen "Di Genius" McGregor - son of reggae icon Freddie McGregor - a must-have for dancehall lovers.
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February 22, 2013 4:23am ET by Brick London