Xyclone-How Yuh Bad So? || New Caribbean Music Alert
Its a dance-hall song infused with catchy rhythms from around the Caribbean and by extension the globe. Its a song flexible enough to destroy a dance-hall party while holding its own at a soca or rap party. The latest offering from Red Square’s own, Xyclone, definitely has a flavour that will keep you coming back for more. The infectious music from the track entitled, ‘ How Yuh Bad So?’ and the universal theme of praising the sultry moves of the female form,ensure that it catches your attention and keeps it until the very last strains of the song.
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MORE ABOUT XYCLONE:
- Xyclone, (born Roje Roman Robinson, November 2nd 1987) is a Jamaican reggae artist from Waterford, St. Catherine.
- Though doing music for over 5 years, Xyclone got his big break when he was introduced to the world by his mentor Spragga Benz at a show in Hartford, Connecticut in the United States.
- From there Xyclone proceeded to tour the USA as a member of Spragga Benz’s label Red Square Productions; doing shows in states such as: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Florida, New York, Maryland and California just to name a few
- As a Red Square Productions artist Xyclone’s first official single was “Back it Up” on the Audacity Riddim in 2011.
- In November 2012 Xyclone released his “Everything Red Out Mixtape” mixed by former VP Records official deejay King Waggy Tee and his team Waggy Tee Movements. The mixtape received over 6000 downloads in the 1st week and thousands of plays on youtube, www.TheXyclone.com and datpiff respectively and is still going strong.
- Having secured a Bachelors of Science degree in Finance, Xyclone has shown himself a full-rounded person who can achieve great things away from the microphone. With his resume’ boasting several commendable accomplishments, Xyclone looks to continue his run towards superstardom.
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MISSION: To elevate the brand of Caribbean culture in the fields of MUSIC, BUSINESS and the ARTS by celebrating the work of cultural ambassadors while advocating for upcoming Caribbean talent1.