Dancehall artiste Lybran returns with “Mi Nuh Trust Dem”
[Sharingbuttons]Overcoming a dramatic start to his career, Lybran aka the Rumboss is now making significant strides in the music business. His unorthodox approach of adopting the Rumboss persona gives his performance the right flair that makes him a force to be reckoned with.
He has already created a buzz with his previous tracks Rum Talk Part 1 & Rum Talk Part 2 and his appeal is even greater now, with the release of his latest single Mi Nuh Trust Dem.
Released last month, the new jam touches on trust issues that arise from people’s pretentious attitudes and the revelation of their true character in given situations. He expresses the inability to trust family, friends or even a significant other at times.
Produced by Deno Deann Records and distributed by Zojak World Wide, the feedback on Mi Nuh Trust Dem from new and current Lybran fans has been tremendous so far.
Lybran expressed, “The love has been real from when I start until now, I just want to thank my fans for the continued support.”
When asked what is different about this track, Lybran revealed that it is a step in a different direction, showcasing a more sophisticated persona instead of the “Rumboss” or drunken character that most people are used to.
Fans have even more to look forward to as an animated video for the track is set to be released in the summer.
The artiste’s also looks forward to the releasing of his debut album later on this year. He is promoting another track that was released earlier in the year that will be featured on the album called Not Even A Dolla.
Lybran is staying busy on the road with upcoming shows in Jamaica, Costa Rica, as well as an impending Canadian tour. Talks are also in the air of a possible collaboration with fellow artiste Fambo, on a track produced by Konsequence Music.
With the success of Mi Nuh Trust Dem and Not Even A Dolla, paired with Lybran’s confident stance that “Each song I write should be better than the last,” expect great things from the artiste in the near future.
SOURCE: Susan Smith