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Gyptian

  GYPTIAN

‘HOLD YOU’

RELEASED 31 OCTOBER

MINISTRY OF SOUND/LEVELS RECORDINGS

Jamaican star, Gyptian, is currently the hottest reggae artist on the planet, his latest single ‘Hold You’ has had over 13 million views on Youtube, and been lauded by Rolling Stone, Radio 1, 1Xtra, Kiss, Hip Hop Weekly, The Guardian, and many more.

Recently nominated for a MOBO (Best Reggae Artist 2010), he’s been chosen as a headline act for BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Live event, while ‘Hold You’ has been championed on national radio by Zane Lowe, Trevor Nelson, Annie Mac, Mistajam, Nick Grimshaw (Record Of The Week) and Swerve.

As a schoolboy, Gyptian (born Windel Beneto Edwards) practised with a Sunday school choir during the day, and sang with his uncle’s Kingston-based soundsystem at night. Growing up, he was influenced by the likes of Peter Tosh, and as a teenager he became fascinated with roots reggae, attracted by the scene’s music and the genre’s social and political overtones.

Gyptian’s dominated the Jamaican charts and music scene for the past 5 years, picking up awards from the music industry and media alike for his first and second albums (‘My Name Is Gyptian’ and ‘I Can Feel Your Pain’), and it was the latter that saw him crossover into the American mainstream. His third album, ‘Hold You’, and the US success of the title track, have continued this ascent. With Europe and the rest of the world catching on fast, major UK chart success now beckons.

 

Remixes for ‘Hold You’ come from Major Lazer, Shy FX, Toddla T and Soca!

 

 

 

 



Hyperactive promoted singles:

Hold You
Hold You (Toddla T Mix)