Chris Gayle tries his hand on “Music”
Jamaican cricket superstar Chris Gayle sure has a career alternative now. He is out making an imprint in the world of music and another track he has collaborated on as a rapper has just crossed 1,000,000 perspectives on YouTube, revealed Khaleej Times.
Gayle claims music quickly falls into place for him. One of the most ‘dangerous’ batsmen in restricted overs cricket, he leans towards considering himself a performer. Affectionately known as the Universe Chief, he says music is something he finds very enjoyable. “I think that it’s very enjoyable. I’ve grown up encircled by music and game – it’s a major aspect of our Jamaican culture and it’s in our blood,” Gayle was cited as saying in a previous meeting.
It is a global sound with a blend of Jamaica
He has collaborated with English Indian artist Avina Shah for a moving track named Groove as a rapper. “I was amped up for doing this venture and making a tune that anybody can tune in and groove to – it is a global sound with a blend of Jamaica, India, and the UK,” said Gayle.
“We truly partook in assembling it and oversaw in a very short space of time. It was totally done via telephone – a great deal of WhatsApp messages to and fro to design it out. Yet, it turned out to be consummated,” he included. After going for the music video in Jamaica, Gayle traveled to Dubai for the Indian Head Association (IPL). He utilized the lockdown time frame to clean his singing aptitudes.
“I delivered a remix tune with Stylo G called Excessively Hot during the lockdown and now, Groove is my first cooperation with a female artiste. I had some good times making this track and the reaction has been truly extraordinary,” said Gayle. “I’ve likewise quite recently set up my music name, so we intend to dispatch more tunes sooner rather than later in different classes.”