Artist: Chris Gayle - UniverseBoss
Label: Triple Century Records
Production: Triple Century Records
Writers: Camar Doyles, Georvin Briscoe, Christopher Gayle
Mix/Master: Christopher Birch
Chris Gayle cements artiste career with Blessings single For immediate release February 11, 2021 Kingston Jamaica With already five tracks released officially; three of them under his new label Triple Century Records, cricketer Chris Gayle, also known as ‘The UniverseBoss’ is making it clear that his musical interest is not a passing fad but rather he is serious about being a newly minted recording artiste.
The award winning batsman first got his vocals on a track when he recorded a collaboration with Akash Mehta called ‘We Heroes’ in 2016 for a UNICEF campaign, he started recording officially however when Stylo G mentioned his name in his ‘Too Hot’ single and promptly confirmed him for the celebrity remix.
“After the Stylo G remix last year and the reception to the track, I realized that this is something I could really take seriously so I started putting a team together. I took a lot of pointers from even Stylo about flow and recording correctly as well and now that my label is up and running the world will see what I can deliver,” Gayle shared.
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With additional releases last year including collaborations with Tanto Blacks ‘We Come Out Fi Party’ and Hindi British singer Avina Shah with ‘Groove’ plus a single called ‘Living Di Life’ Chris Gayle is now gearing up to release an introspective single called ‘Blessings’.
“Blessings is a thankful song really because I’ve been through a lot to achieve my success and I wanted to share that with my fans. I want persons to know that they too can achieve greatness if they work hard and never listen to negativity. I know 2020 has been a rough year for so many and 2021 looks bleak sometimes but just stay the course and commit to your goals,” Gayle added
The Blessings single is also set to have visuals in a matter of weeks and Gayle is looking forward to more releases with the help of his writing and recording team Camar "Flava" Doyles and Georvin Briscoe for Triple Century Records.