Fast rising singjay Trapycal has many reasons to feel blessed of late especially after surviving a brazen attack by criminals from his native parish of St. Thomas. This extraordinary says he is of the view that his life was saved in order for him to fulfil his life’s purpose which he says is to inspire at risk youths to aspire to do great things by being individual agents of positive change. This humble yet profound soul says he remembers the day he was pounced upon by a group of men who struck him several times in the head with guns and iron pipes leaving him unconscious for hours and at one point he was even in a coma while hospitalized. The artistes says while he does have flashbacks about the incident he has put that behind him and is fully focused on music.
“Life is a journey, some have a smooth one while some of us go through all sorts of trials and tribulations on the way but as an artiste and a vessel for the most high I believe I am a messenger and my message is both profound and relatable. My message to the thugs is simple, revenge benefits no one so at times in life we may go through some harsh realities yet we survive to tell the tale and I don’t think that is by co-incidence I think things happen to us so we can teach others. My music will tell all and teach all” stated Trapycal.
Trapycal’s words have come to pass with the release of his debut EP entitled “Evolve” which boats nine amazing tracks which have been gaining traction locally and internationally with many musical pundits hailing him as the next big thing in reggae/dancehall. The singjay has been receiving countless dubplate and show requests mainly due to the success of tracks such as World Need A Change, Ghetto Cry and System along with other buzzing tracks off his exceptional EP.
“This body of work has something for everyone, its a timeless piece of art that every music lover should buy and keep for years to come” stated Trapycal