Dancehall artiste Rygin King released the official music video for a single titled, “Therapy“, one where he expresses a wide range of emotions about the after-effects the gunshot wound two years ago still has on his life.
The music video shows the “Tuff” entertainer at group therapy with persons who are on a path of rehabilitation. A man who appears to be a therapist implores the group to stand and share their story, which then sees Rygin King wheeling himself upfront in a wheelchair and saying, “Hello everybody my name is Matthew, I got shot about two years ago”.
“Mi f*ck up inna me brain me need therapy, evil mi a pree Fada help me, how me feel like a terrorist. Me neven trust nobody right now, a shoulda 10 a me,” he deejays in the start.
“Therapy” is a reflection of the traumatic events that Rygin King has experienced in his life and the road to recovery after paralysis in the lower parts of his body. From having such a close encounter to death, this single rings positive vibrations, motivation, and persistence through any obstacle.
The Montego Bay artiste detailed throughout the chorus that he is a work in progress and is driven to provide for his family despite the pain that he feels, while questioning when will it end.
“It’s been alot and me haffi start again, working on myself, when this pain ago end (x2). Hurting but I am blessed, searching for happiness,” were just some of the words Rygin sings.
“Therapy” was directed by JayBadz and produced by RTR Records. Watch on YouTube below: