Alfray vows to Work Hard

Saturday, July 15, 2017

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Fast-rising deejay Alfray is hoping to make his mark in the music industry with the release Work Hard .

The single, produced by Studio Vibes Entertainment in conjunction with Thee Khemist Records, was made available on all major digital media outlets by Zojak Worldwide on June 30.

“Since the release of the track I have gained a larger following. The song is relatable and listeners just need that extra motivation when they listen your music to push harder. Even though the song stands to motivate, it also entertains. I am grateful for the support I have been receiving from the masses and I have a lot more coming,” said Alfray.

With the single already building momentum, Alfray and his team are gearing up to shoot the video in coming weeks.

“My fans are eager to see the visuals behind the single, and next Monday and Wednesday we will be shooting the video in my home town of Olympic Way, Waltham Park, and surrounding areas. All my supporters are welcome to join the movement because the video will be just as encouraging as the single,” he said.

The artiste said later this year his supporters can look out for a fusion EP.

Among his other releases are Do Yuh Body, Never See Me Fall, Don't See Them, and Good Memories.




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