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Bad gyal gone good






Former dancehall chanter and unruly gyal takes a new twist in her musical career as she drops dancehall for reggae. G. Hyper, a woman of many talents now prefers singing to chanting. She debuted her new image with the single Bad mind - 12 Tribes Riddim, which was her first project at her new stable Dread Productions.


On her upcoming track on Dr Dread's (new) Bihngi Warrior Riddim, G. Hyper pleads with mankind to unite regardless of race, color or creed. The soothing voice, yet pregnant with melody, sailing on waves of emotion, on the thumping of the Nyabihngi drums is bound to leave some wiping tears. It's expected on all major online platforms by mid August.

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It doesn't end there, Our songstress is also working on a full album due for release this coming summer. Working with Dr Dread on all the riddim tracks and sound processing, G. Hyper is confident of becoming a household name in the reggae fraternity. On the album, she touches on a variety of serious societal issues and some lover's rock to put the cherry on top. Her passion is to touch someone's life in a positive manner reggardless of how diverse lives can be. That is why her target audience is not only ZImbabwe and africa but the entire global village. G Hyper looks up to Jamaican Cecile and Tanya Stephens and hopes to one day collaborate in studio and/or on stage



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