Bay-C’s solo artiste push has so far been extremely successful; a dance music single called ‘Flow’ he recorded with British producer Lokate and British artiste Doctor, was recently selected for the latest version of popular video game – Need for Speed. Bay-C is very excited about this achievement and sees it as a sign his solo career decision was an excellent one.
“This is definite major exposure. Plus it is a sign that the Bay-C brand as a solo act is a successful one. Truth is I hardly play video games. It was only after the song was selected that I asked around and heard had that it was a hugely popular game. Needless to say I was even more excited then!” Bay-C shared
The ‘Better Must Come’ EP shows Bay-C’s versatility with a blend of Reggae and Dancehall and a little acoustic sound in the mix. Bay-C is also singing as much as he deejays on the project.
“The EP is a mixture of sounds and themes. My lifestyle is that of a conscious individual with deep thoughts but also a very fun and jovial side. I see myself as that kind of artiste, a conscious lover of life and people.” Bay-C added
The project is Executively Produced by Bay-C’s Bombrush Records with individual record labels producing each single on the EP; European based Damalistik and his Roots Survival label, Fatta 5 and his Category 5 label, Genius Sound and Bassline Records.
The Eye for an Eye single was released for Reggae month and has garnered exceptional feedback thus far. Other singles on the ‘Better Must Come’ EP include; ‘Straight Outta Portmore’, ‘Hold it out’, ‘Star’ and the title track ‘Better Must Come’.The full EP will be released digitally on Good Friday, March 25, and is distributed by Bombrush Records.
Visuals for Straight Outta Portmore can be viewed on BayCVevo page or on the Bombrush Records YouTube Page, and a music video for the “Eye For An Eye” single will be released shortly. Bay-C will perform next on the RJR Cross Country Invasion Road Show on April 2 inside Clarendon, St Elizabeth and Manchester.
SOURCE: STREET CRED JAMAICA