The dancehall star showcases some high-energy collaborations featuring Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, and Sean Paul. All the details about his 15-track album are here
Charly Black, made a huge progression in the Dancehall over the past five years
Charly Black is back and making sure that we notice, too. his latest album not only features a huge array of stars, but also serves as a well-constructed retrospective on the progression of Dancehall over the past five-or-so years.
The 15-track album which was released on Friday, February 24th is a collection of dancehall stars who all bring high energy to the table. from the release of the first single, 'Confession', he managed to create curiosity that only created the expectation for the official release
Collaborations like 'More and More' featuring Bounty Killer and 'Bounce' with Beenie Man are a brilliant mix of the rhythmic beat and the energy provided by the two dancehall legends alongside the 44-Years-Old deejay himself.
The Trelawny-based artiste has also joined forces with international dancehall star, Sean Paul on the single, 'Turn It UP' which is accompanied by a video. In the album, Charly Black did not skip the reggae part either when he teamed up with the singer, Richie Spice for 'Searching For'.
The bonus track is an acoustic track for his biggest hit, 'Gyal You A Party Animal', a tune that could easily become a hit in the playlist of any selecta in the near future. The new acoustic version was produced by PopstyleMusic & Teamunstoppable.
'No Excuses', release via Teamunstoppable, sees Charly Black sweep across styles and subgenres of Dancehall that have gained prominence in recent years. The overall mastering of the album is extremely good, with a sound that maintains focus on the beats throughout but not detracting from the intricacies of the individual arrangements in the process.