Thursday, June 16, 2016

General Pype set to drop his first album

The release of General Pype‘s latest single, ‘The Seed’ announced the dread-locked dancehall act’s major return to the music scene, as he had taken a backseat amid his buzz few years ago.

Pype’s hit single, ‘Champion’ bagged him several nominations following its release in 2009 while he also had high-profile collaborations in the industry but the singer couldn’t craft an album out of the generated buzz.

With the release of his new song however, Pype says he is looking to drop his long overdue, yet-to-be-titled debut album.

‘Basically, we’ve been working. I mean, every time I’ve been on the radio in the past 2-3 years, it has always been like the album is dropping very soon but right now I don’t want to say that, I just want it to happen,’ he said in a recent interview on Metro FM‘s ‘The Dropspot Show’.

‘So basically we have a whole lot of songs dropping just like ‘Seed’ came out of the blues. A lot of things, a lot videos and audios are coming out and we’re working officially to drop the album, the debut album.

‘The album has been the major focus and getting my team together, we’ve been recruiting, we’ve been grooming ourselves towards the big days. Trust me, I’m coming with my battalion fully armed. My songs are my weapons. Music, my words are what I consider my weapon. Weapon to do good things in the hearts of the youths,’ he further said.

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