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Sex, Love & Reggae

Gyptian

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Since emerging with the solemn, nyahbinghi-steeped “Serious Times” in 2005, Gyptian has proven himself one of the new millennium’s most remarkable Jamaican singers, racking up hits like “Beautiful Lady” and “Mama Don’t Cry” that have found favor with crossover audiences and reggae diehards alike. On his fourth official full-length effort “Sex, Love & Reggae,” Gyptian leans decidedly toward pop—having already given his more traditionally minded fans their due with an identically named mixtape that relied heavily on vintage Studio One rhythms. On this more official outing, Gyptian dallies successfully in a variety of styles, from the Auto-Tuned bacchanal of “Wet Fete” to the roots-dusted “Reggae Morning” and the outright R&B of “Murderer.” Unlike many other artists, Gyptian doesn’t seem conflicted about his crossover success; his performances here show the easy confidence of a veteran assured of his own talents.

Customer Reviews

YES!!

by far his best work. I love the reggae and soca blend!!

YES

great songs and guest artists

SLR

This will probably be by far my favorite album of 2013! Gyptian you truly have that special talent that no reggae artist doesn't have.

Biography

Born: October 25, 1983

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Windell Beneto Edwards became the singer known as Gyptian when he left his rural home in St. Andrew, Jamaica, and traveled to Portmore, the town where the promoter known as Mr. Wong ran his studio. Gyptian had grown up singing in his mother's Adventist church and listening to his Rastafarian father's music. His father had been a promoter himself for a time, so he understood the grooming and networking that would be involved in turning Gyptian's passion into his profession. His parents trusted Ravin...
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