Krysie shines with 'Tomorrow'

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There are few artistes who can switch seamlessly between the genres of dancehall, R & B, and reggae with equal panache and skill and Kingston-based dancehall artiste Krysie is one of those special artistes. 
The singjay is getting a buzz with her latest release, 'Tomorrow' on the Warrior Musick label. The song. which is now available for pre-release on iTunes and other downloadable platforms, will be officially released on November 10th. 
"People love it, they are responding to it, disc jockeys have begun to rotate it, and the mixtape deejays love it and it is on quite a number of the mix tapes for the Christmas season," a bubbly Krysie told Claude Mills, ONE876 editor, this week. 
" This song is the real deal, the theme is that the youth are the future, that's why we had a special scene in video with lots of children. 'Tomorrow' is an inspirational song,  to let people know that no matter what they are going through now, you have to push on and do it, just do it, only action can make a better tomorrow. We don't support the beggy beggy culture, we no want that, people should go work, find something do," she said.
Krysie is whirling dervish of super-charged energy, and anyone who meets her is automatically drawn to her. Her bubbly personality is one of the reasons that she has already landed multiple collaborations with dancehall superstar Busy Signal. 
"We have done multi-collabs together, he take on to my energy, I love his drive and his songwriting ability. There is just something about my personality and my energy, the first night we met, he featured me on a song called 'Fyah' and we have been friends since," the artiste who was born Crystal Robinson said. 
She grew up in  Kingston where she attended Clan Clarthy High school. She was a precocious child, and with the support of her grandmother Krysie participated singing at various events from community shows to karaoke sessions using these mediums to build her fan base one show at a time.
In 2004, she entered the Tastee’s Talent Search Competition where she placed third and won a best dressed prize. Five years later, she entered the Digicel Rising Competition where she made it to the top ten before she was eventually eliminated. 
"Being seen on the TV during Rising Stars turned me into a star in my community, I was a judge's pick, Anthony Miller's pick in fact, me and another performer, Winston, We were Krysie and Winston, we dropped out in the top seven," she said.
Currently Krysie is signed to popular producer Dameon Gayle's “Warriors Musick Productions” and her only aim is to produce quality music and grow as a professional. Other than her quirky fashion sense and outsize personality, one of Krysie's strong points is her ability to write her own songs. 
"Well, I feel very bless to be able to put down my thoughts on paper...not only what I feel but I see people having trouble explaining with words words in a song," she said. 
Fans can look out for other singles including 'Flying High' for which a music video was released. 
She recently did a live performance on a show dubbed 'Married to the Money' on October 27th and she has another show on December 2nd. 
Forget about Tomorrow. Krysie is about to blow up right now. 
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