Rygin King Receives Award For Best Reggae Dancehall Album
Dancehall recording artiste Mathew Smith, more popularly known as Rygin King, recently took to his Instagram account to highlight the receipt of his award for his album “Therapy,” which received the award for the best Reggae/Dancehall album 2022.
The “Trap King” released his debut album, “Therapy,” on September 9, 2022, and sold 750 copies in the United States of America in the first week. It contains 11 tracks, including the title track, “Therapy.” The project was released independently under the Rygin Trap Records label.
In the first of a four-picture slide posted on Instagram, the wheelchair user can be seen holding his award in his hand. He wore a black button-up shirt, black and burgundy bowtie, black shoes, black socks, black pants, and a burgundy and black jacket. In addition, he had on a wristwatch and three rings on his fingers.
In the second slide, the “therapy singer” was seen alongside the Minister of Youth, Culture, and Sports, Hon. Olivia Babsy Grange. The Minister’s attire included a long green dress with gold trims around the neck and goldish-looking shoes. She also had accessories on her arms and two rings on her fingers.
The third slide is a picture of Rygin King with Reggae singers Marcia Griffiths and Richie Stephens. Marcia was decked-out in white apparel with gold-looking accessories. Richie Stephens wore a white button-up shirt, white jacket, black pants, black shoes, and a black and silver-looking bowtie.
The fourth slide was another picture of Rygin King with Richie Stephens.
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Below the post, the singer highlighted that this was his first award. He also thanked everyone who made it possible. Fans and other entertainment personnel congratulated King on a feat that they believed was well deserved.
Rygin King (27) has been using a wheelchair due to injuries he received when he got shot multiple times in 2020.
He is known for songs such as “Tuff,” “Learn,” and “How Me Grow,” along with many others.