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Delomar Unveils Dynamic Collaboration with Harry Toddler and RDX in “Bare Gyal Want We”

Dancehall sensation Delomar RDX has made a resounding entrance with his latest single, “Bare Gyal Want We,” a dynamic collaboration with legendary 90s dancehall artiste Harry Toddler and the well-known duo RDX. This track, a refix of the iconic Scare Dem Crew hit “Bare Gyal,” marks the first release from Delomar RDX’s highly anticipated solo album, “Gyaliday (The Gyalbum).”

In a statement about the album and his new single, Delomar RDX expressed, “This song and the entire album is a tribute to the energy and spirit of dancehall that has always inspired me. Dancehall is missing that piece of the puzzle that celebrates women, dancing, and generally enjoyment and happy music.” “Bare Gyal Want We” was produced collaboratively by Reckit Ralf Music and Amsterdam-based producer The Teacher, bringing a fresh, international sound to the track. Harry Toddler’s involvement in the project adds a nostalgic twist, bridging the gap between new-age beats and classic dancehall rhythms.

The accompanying music video, directed by LCRJ Media, features scenes shot in the vibrant streets of downtown Kingston, perfectly capturing the song’s energetic vibe. Delomar’s dedication to celebrating the essence of dancehall and its influence on his music is evident in the infectious energy of “Bare Gyal Want We.”

With “Gyaliday (The Gyalbum)” featuring 17 tracks and collaborations with dancehall legends like Macka Diamond, Bounty Killer, Bay-C, T.O.K., and more, Delomar RDX is set to make a significant impact on the music scene. The album promises to be a testament to Delomar’s artistry and his ability to blend contemporary UK Rap, Drill, Afrobeats, Dancehall, and a touch of grime into a cohesive and compelling musical narrative.

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