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TYDAL – SILENT WARRIOR [TRAIN-LINE RECORDS] 2013‏‎


TYDAL-SILENT_WARRIORSingjay Tydal hits a controversial chord with his latest single, Silent Warrior which was released in June. “Silent Warrior is more like calling for a revolution. People should take a stand for what they believe in and let their voices be heard and not just stay silent, while our leaders mismanage the affairs of the country,” Tydal told this column. Written by Tydal, Silent Warrior is produced by Florida-based Train Line Productions. It features backing vocals from Digicel Rising Stars finalist Adena Myrie. Tydal has had a good run in recent months with songs such as Ball Ground, Tell Dem Fi Farm and Inna Mi Arms.

Fast-rising singjay, Master One recording artiste Tydal has struck the controversial chord with his latest single ‘Silent Warrior’. The song which calls for a revolution due to the issues affecting the underprivileged in the society has been creating a buzz since it was issued to radio stations a few weeks ago.
In a release, Tydal spoke about the story behind the song.
“Silent Warrior is more like calling for a revolution. People should take a stand for what they believe in and let their voices be heard and not just stay silent, while our leaders mismanage the affairs of the country. Our cup is full now and it is running over,” said Tydal.
Though it hasn’t been officially released, Silent Warrior is receiving left field treatment at radio in Jamaica.
‘The response to the song has been overwhelming. I think this is a song that everyone can relate to. Changes must take place because the underprivileged can’t take no more’, Tydal added.
Tydal wrote the lyrics to Silent Warrior. The song was produced by Gilly from Train Line Production which is based in Florida, United States. It features harmonies from former Digicel Rising Stars finalist and sister to incarcerated dancehall star Buju Banton, Adena Myrie.
Tydal has been on a tear in recent months. Not only has he been a staple on radio with songs such as Ball Ground, Tell Dem Fi Farm, and Inna Mi Arms, but he has been making his presence felt at many stage shows across the island.
So far for 2013 he has made impressive stints at Rebel Salute, Follow the Arrow as well as shows in May Pen and St Ann. He is scheduled to perform at this weekend’s Little Ochi Seafood Festival.
“Fans can come out to the Little Ochi Seafood Festival and expect a touching and energetic performance with the messages being delivered at the same time,” Tydal assured.

By: Riddim Stream Media

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