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‘LOCK AND KEY’

Written by on March 27, 2024

D’Yani, the mesmerizing reggae recording artist, has dropped the highly-anticipated “Lock and Key,” infusing a contemporary twist into the traditional reggae and dancehall genres.

“D’Yani has built a reputation for delivering emotive and engaging music,” Ronnie Tomlinson, the Jamaican-born, Brooklyn-based entertainment promotion publicist, told Caribbean Life. “Drawing inspiration from iconic musicians such as Jackie Wilson and Bob Marley, D’Yani masterfully blends unforgettable melodies with profound lyrics that strike a chord with his fans.”

Therefore, she said “Lock and Key” marks a new chapter for D’Yani in his musical journey.

Reflecting on his release, D’Yani said: “For me, the concept ‘Lock & Key’ translates to being soul tied, not as extreme, however a version of it.

“It showcases the intimacy of two lovers, with adoration being expressed of how great the experience is/has been and the intention to keep the intimacy just for them,” he added.

Earning acclaim from industry titans such as Robert Livingston, Cordell “Skatta” Burrel and Cecile Charlton, Tomlinson, the chief executive officer of the New York-based Destine Media, said D’Yani is establishing himself as “a formidable presence in the music scene.”

“His powerful live performances, showcased at renowned events like Sting, Intimate and Reggae Sumfest, have left audiences captivated by his soulful voice and captivating stage presence,” she said.

“Renowned for his vocal prowess and heart-stirring compositions, D’Yani aims to provide genuine and unforgettable musical experiences for his supporters,” added Tomlinson, stating that “Lock and Key,” under the esteemed 9x Music Label, is “poised to be a pivotal moment in his already illustrious career.”

“Stay tuned for more updates, as D’Yani continues to enchant audiences with his distinctive sound and authentic artistic expression,” she continued.

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