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TheSubstance, Honors Late Daughter with Powerful Single ‘Black Skin’

Recording artiste, TheSubstance, has released a compelling new single titled ‘Black Skin,’ a tribute to his late daughter Reimare Bryan. Produced by 343 Muzik and Substance Music Group, the single boasts the skilled mixing talents of Lamar Thompson from AudioTraxx Records.

Released on February 14th, ‘Black Skin’ holds deep significance as it marks the birthday of the artiste’s daughter, who tragically passed away in December 2019. The song is a heartfelt homage to her memory and serves as a celebration of her life.

Available on major music platforms such as iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, and YouTube, the single is distributed by DistroKid, ensuring its global accessibility to fans worldwide. A captivating ‘Lyric Video’ is currently available on ‘TheSubstance’ Official YouTube, with the highly anticipated Official Video set to be released soon.

TheSubstance has a plethora of projects in the pipeline, including upcoming releases like ‘Deep,’ ‘Mummy How it Feels,’ ‘Motivate,’ and ‘Hands in Marriage.’ Each project promises to showcase the artiste’s versatility and creativity.

‘Black Skin’ is not just a song; it’s a powerful representation of the full spectrum and essence of the Black Female. The track incorporates a catchy flow, intertwined with the timeless folk song ‘Okie Pokie,’ adding a unique and memorable touch.

The main audience targeted by ‘Black Skin’ includes the conscious factor of the Black Female who practices self-love and confidence. TheSubstance has masterfully crafted a musical narrative that resonates with this audience, creating an empowering and uplifting experience.

Collaborating with Lamar Thompson (Mixer/Engineer) and Kmar Henry (Exec Prod/Manager) was a seamless process for TheSubstance. Having known both parties for years, the fluid transition from friendship to music-making resulted in an optimum ease of collaboration.

TheSubstance shares, ” ‘Black Skin’ is more than a song to me; it’s a personal journey of love, loss, and celebration. It’s a tribute to my daughter, Reimare, and a celebration of the strength and beauty of Black women everywhere. I hope this music resonates with people on a deep and personal level.”

The impact of ‘Black Skin’ has transcended borders, making waves beyond Jamaica and reaching the motherland of Africa. The single has been well-received in countries such as Nigeria, Ghana, and Gambia. Notably, it is making waves on Ghanaian Radio Stations like Pluzz FM and Y107.9FM. Additionally, the song has gained traction in Brazil and Norway, highlighting its universal appeal.

Nackesha Doyley

Nackesha Doyley is the CEO & Public Relations Manager with M.I.A. Productions

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