Jamaican artist G Whizz joins forces with Kenya’s biggest dancehall artist Wyre in “She Violate Remix” – brand new Dancehall collaboration.

G Whizz and Wyre’s reputable songwriting shines in the new single that brings out the best of both collaborators in a tale of love and loss, with the duo expressing nothing but desire to reconcile with a lover despite an emotionally damaging breakup.

Produced by Floyd “John GQ” Barrett of Fams House Music and Producer Sean Alaric, “She Violate Remix” is an easy listen with infectious rhythm and melodies, paired with energetic beats that merge catchy Patois, English and Swahili lyrics.

Ahead of the release G Whizz says, “I thoroughly enjoyed collaborating with Wyre on this song, especially since it is my debut Afrobeat-inspired music.

The track has a captivating groove that’s sure to get people dancing but it also carries an important message about forgiving a lover, letting go of a troublesome past and moving forward.”

An excited Wyre says that the magic was made naturally, “Both of us being Dancehall artists made the process effortless,” dishing out, “This project sets the tone for the drop of my upcoming EP set for release this year.”

Wyre is no stranger to mega collaborations with Jamaican artists, having collaborated with Cecile, Alaine, (the late) Peetah and Gramps Morgan (from Morgan Heritage).

He attests that working on “She Violate Remix” with G Whizz was both an honour and inspiration, adding that he has been a long-term fan of the Jamaican singer-songwriter and composer.

“She Violate Remix” is G Whizz’s first East African project uniting Jamaica and Kenya – to the world. G Whizz says, “This remix is top-notch and connects me to my Kenyan and East African fans.

I have always felt connected to Kenya despite never having visited the country and I am grateful for the fans I’ve garnered overtime,” adding “I eagerly anticipate the opportunity to perform there.”

The original “She Violate” is off G Whizz’s 2022 sophomore project ‘Just Winning’ that featured the likes of Beenie Man, Julian Marley and Ikaya.

The 16-track album released to raving reviews welcomed G Whizz to an international audience and the world stage.

G Whizz broke into the scene in 2009 with his solo track “Life”. He has since continued to cement his place in the global Dancehall scene with his distinguishable artistry and style in the genres of Reggae, R&B and Dancehall.

His latest single “We Rise” is off ‘The Proclamation Riddim’ that was released January 2024. G Whizz summarizes, “Anything I do in life, I try to win.”

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