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Teejay Finally Dropped His Highly-Anticipated Debut EP, 'I Am Chippy'

After facing several rejections, the dancehall star finally releases a debut project featuring anticipated collaborations and one surprising track

"I Am Chippy"cover, it's finally released

Dancehall star Teejay finally released his highly-anticipated debut project, 'I Am Chippy,' a 10-track EP, on Friday, February 2nd, via Warner Music.

The 'Drift' Boss had been building anticipation for the project for an extended period, facing multiple release date delays. However, he successfully merged these setbacks into a comprehensive project that encapsulates various aspects of his life. Teejay, whose real name is Timoy Jones, delves into themes such as money, reality, and intimate connections with his female audience through this EP.

Teaming up with fellow artists, Teejay had recently unveiled 'Dip,' a collaboration with his fellow Mobay artists, Tommy Lee Sparta, released last week. In his project, Teejay continues his collaborative efforts, featuring dancehall star Skillibeng in 'Never' and joining forces with emerging talents like Bayka in 'Fully Auto' and Malie Donn in 'Chop Life.' Each collaboration showcases a distinctive flow and personal signature, contributing to the overall diversity of the project. The unexpected inclusion of 'Star' adds an extra layer of surprise, as Teejay introduces the voice of firstborn, Jaydon, in a joint effort with Quada for a soul-lifting single.

Teejay collaborated with a range of producers on the album, including Atto Wallace, known as Attomatic Records, Panda, Din Din Hemton, and the Slingerz Records label. Each producer brings their distinct sound to the project.

The Montego Bay native includes his colossal hit single 'Drift' and the remix version featuring Afrobeat star Davido in the tracklist. This decision follows Teejay's release of multiple versions of "Drift" in the previous year, which featured collaborations with artists like French Montana. Additionally, he presented varying renditions of the song, including both fast and slow-paced versions.


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