Tony D Clutcheye gets story out

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

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My Story, the 10-track album from Jamaican-born singjay Tony D Clutcheye, was released on September 1 by Netherlands based-label Gino XXL Entertainment.

Produced by Swissivory, the set is being distributed by Zojak World Wide. The album offers a mix of dancehall, soul, rhythm and blues, Afrobeat influences, and roots reggae beats.

“This album could be one of the most diverse albums released in 2017. With his mission to reach each and every music lover out there, Tony D made sure that his message touched on every possible subject,” said George Sam-Korsah, label CEO.

Tracks include: Rise Up, featuring Sizzla; Love Like This; Lord I Pray; Spotlight; Unforgettable; Good Times; and Hurt Me.

Tony D, who alterbetween Jamaica and Florida, is best known for the song Everything About Jah. His other efforts include Saliva (Dem a Choke) on the Swiss Phone rhythm, Dem No Loyal, and Jungle Out Deh.

“I started recording music professionally in 1994. An artiste known as Leopard introduced me to Max Romeo, who showed me how to stay in tune to the music,” said Tony D Clutcheye.

“My style of singing is singjay free-flowing music. I work with producers such as Irie Ites, Filomuzik Records, Kingswell Music, and others. But it wouldn't be possible without the efforts of persons, including Swissivory and Gino XXL Entertainment, who offered me a wonderful platform to showcase my talent to the world. I'm very grateful and thanks to Dada Sizzla for the love,” he continued.




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