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Rygin King Announces Sophomore Album, "Recovery," Releasing on June 14th

The dancehall artist revealed cover art and hinted at a collaboration with Chronic Law, as well as "Believe" remix featuring Kabaka Pyramid for his forthcoming project

Rygin King, Set to drop his second studio album

Dancehall artiste Rygin King has announced that he will be releasing his second album, "Recovery," on June 14th. He made the announcement on his social media accounts by revealing the album cover.

The Montego Bay native deejay also hinted at collaborations with Chronic Law, and is set to include the "Believe" remix featuring Grammy-winning artist Kabaka Pyramid on his upcoming project.

In the remix of "Believe," released a month ago and produced by Grammy-winning producer Damian Marley alongside Tipsy of Tipgod Music, Rygin King infuses his unique flair and melodious tone into the track. He sings the profound lyrics of the chorus, which many have grown to love, with his own personal touch.

Rygin King, given name Matthew Smith, has also collaborated with renowned Jamaican producers such as Din Din of Hemton Music and DJ Mac, among others.

Following his debut 16-track album "Therapy," released via Rygin Trap Records in 2022, Rygin King, known as the Dancehall Trap King, is now generating anticipation among his fans.


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