Fiyah Marshall album available online today
Local performer Fiyah Marshall’s debut album is set to hit online stores today.
Mr Marshall said the album, Blazin, is the product of four years’ hard work.
He added: “It feels liberating to finally release my project as I am a perfectionist, so Blazin has been my passion.
“I have worked with some of the best people in the industry to get the vibes I wanted to all come together.”
Blazin features collaborations with artists including Jadakiss, Cassidy and Marlon Asher.
The album was put together by multi-platinum producers Duane DaRock, Jimi Kendrix, Jason Pennock, Ricky Ricardo and DJ Deville.
Mr Marshall said the album was a fusion of musical styles, including reggae, soca, hip-hop and electronic dance music.
He said: “Listeners should expect a musical landscape and to be taken on a journey from start to finish. The album has something for everyone on it and I hope to resonate and evoke emotions in the listener.
“Much like how everything is imported to Bermuda including music, I have imported a variety of genres into the album, all mixed with a distinct reggae flavour fused with RnB, hip-hop, trap music, dance music, EDM, Latin music, soca and more.”
Mr Marshall performed at the recent Made In Bermuda Festival and completed a US tour in the summer with Sizzla Kalonji, Marlon Asher, Ras Shiloh, Pressure Busspipe, Orlando Octave and Meleku.
In addition to concerts, Mr Marshall was cast in the film Sex, Love & Film School and a TV pilot, I’m Available Inc.
And people who buy the album this weekend can take part in a competition to win a free airline ticket as an added bonus.
To enter, send screenshot proof of purchase to email@example.com.
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