Young Tycoon Family drops 'LIFESTYLE' riddim

Young Tycoon Family drops 'LIFESTYLE' riddim

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New production house Young Tycoon Family is gearing up to release a new 'Lifestyle' riddim project that they believe will revolutionise dancehall with its polished production, airy radio-friendly beat and impressive roster of millennial dancehall artistes.   
Young Tycoon Family is the brainchild of producer Kerry 'Woola' Grant, who is well-known in music circles. 
The new production house is making waves with the 'Lifestyle' riddim which features artistes such as Chronic Law, Jahvillani, J Yungg, Press Play and Fadda Bookie. The project will be released officially in May 2019 and will be available on all digital download platforms. 
Chronic Law, who has emerged as one of dancehall's most distinctive new voices, leads out the riddim with clever wordplay on the single, 'Buy Bye Bi'. This is arguably the standout song on the riddim as Chronic Law's witty lyrics and brilliant delivery make this song a definite jeep-rocker for the upcoming Summer months. 
Jahvillani, one of the artistes that has a breakout 2019, shows why he is widely regarded as one of the industry's brightest young prospects with 'Ignite', a powerful tour de force of a song that chronicles his rise from poverty to being a full-fledged flossing boss, a true rags-to-riches story. 
The riddim is rounded out by red hot rookies Press Play with Trendsetter' and  J Yungg with the brilliantly conceptualised 'Selfish'.
The talented Faada Bookie shows why for years he has been regarded as one of the most talented artistes from Westmoreland with the hard-hitting 'Shamrock Bloomfield".
Producer Woola attended Calabar High and Green Island High schools. He was born in Hanover, and grew up the towns of Negril, Westmoreland and Montego Bay, St. James. 
"I have been a lover of music since day one also by associating with other players in the industry which gave me a more in depth view in the producing area and propelling my career of being a music producer. I was intrigued by the behind the scenes aspects of the music and the intricacies of developing rhythms," the producer whose real name is Kerry Grant said. 
"Music has always been like a safe place for me and has been a part of my life from as far as I can remember so it seemed the natural path for me."
Woola is pleased with the project as a launching pad for the emergence of the Young Tycoon family. 
"Young Tycoon was based on the concept myself being part of this young generation being productive and striving to achieve wealth and ensuring everyone associated with the label achieves same through hard work and dedication," he said.
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