Reggae/dancehall star Gyptian has teamed up with fast-rising singjay TIAN “HAADRIVE” HARRIS and Grammy award-winning producer Anju Blaxx to release an epic collaborative effort entitled “Black Skin”. The song which promotes self-love and denounces skin bleaching is being touted as a hit in the making by many musical pundits and according to Haadrive it will most definitely create some controversy.
“Black Skin is about body positivity and self-love, in general, it is not an anti-skin bleaching song because we are celebrating the beauty of the black skin while encouraging people to love themselves. I believe it is critical that we encourage love as much as is possible considering the violent society in which we live as well as the number of persons who are taking their own lives of late. Some people may argue with me about this but it is my view that skin bleaching is a sign of low self-esteem which can be a gateway to other problems in life as such this song tackles a much deeper examination of the human consciousness” Stated Haadrive.
The self-styled Dancehall/Reggae artiste says he has a cluster of unreleased music to go with a slew of new singles he recently released and as such plans to flood the market with his exceptional content. The artiste recently inked a management deal with United Kingdom-based PCP Entertainment which he says will pull out all stops to ensure he gets the required resources and marketing support needed to secure his musical breakthrough.
“An artiste without a team in these times is like a bird without wings as such I know I am very fortunate to be apart of the PCP Family and I feel very confident that Pretty Capone will provide me with the best options needed at this time. I have been doing my part by remaining focused and putting in the required groundwork and content creation so I am very very excited about my prospects this year” Stated Haadrive.
Presently, Haadrive and his management team are working on his album set for release this year as well as promoting his “Black Skin” collaborative effort.