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J Carlyle And Great Adamz Bring Afro-Carribean Fusion To Life On "Forever Girl"

Platinum selling producer, Mantra, who has produced for Future and Rihanna, has produced J. Carlyle's new single, "Forever Girl," pulling in vocals from Nigerian-born, Great Adamz.

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J Carlyle And Great Adamz Bring Afro-Carribean Fusion To Life On "Forever Girl"

J Carlyle said, "the Caribbean/Afrobeat sound made me think I needed to get Great Adamz - evidently, it's worked out beautifully." Fresh off his video/single for "Man of Action," which premiered over GRM Daily surpassing 25,000 views and 50,000 digital streaming platform spins, J Carlyle shows his fans he isn't just a one dimensional rapper with his new single, "Forever Girl," causing a stir online.

The stunning visuals show the pair performing in front of a set of dancers and finding their "Forever Girl"; J. Carlyle started writing songs at the age of fifteen where he began his career off as a Grime MC and the artistes he looks up to vary - in his words, "as much as I love Vybz Kartel, I can appreciate all good music but Reggae, Dancehall and R&B is where my heart is" - for Great Adamz, he says, "Afrobeats is a way of life and melody comes from local traditional elements mixed together with language and older sounds."

The single, "Forever Girl," was half way done when Great Adamz came on-board and took it in his own direction; J Carlyle is set to be a name to watch in 2020 and "Forever Girl" was created to appreciate women with an African, as well as a Caribbean melody - listen up, watch and share your thoughts. | ENJOY!!!

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