Dancehall artiste Troy Bronxz is in a jubilant mood as he promotes his single titled ‘Ex Man’, which the St Catherine-born deejay said was inspired by personal experiences.
“I will say this, sometimes people end up in relationships that start out good but, after a time, things become unbearable and you have to move on, just keep your peace of mind and your sanity,” said the artiste.
The song, which was produced by Jamaica-born reggae singer Tony Anthony, is one of the featured tracks on the ‘My Turn’ rhythm compilation. Over the past three months, Ex Man has enjoyed strong rotation both locally and abroad.
“I am very happy with the response to this song. It’s getting a lot of support from DJs in various parts of the world including Jamaica, Canada, the US, England, Africa and Europe,” he said.
Over the past few months, the hard-working entertainer has delivered electrifying performances at several weekly events in Kingston, including Junior Reid’s Live in the City, Turbulence’s Black Carpet, Rub a Dub Thursday, Natty King’s JA Style, Singer J’s Rub A Dub Tuesday, and Boom Box Friday.
The ‘My Turn’ rhythm compilation also features songs from Luciano, Rad Dixon, Fiona Chin, Tony Anthony, and Ed Robinson. It is a joint release by Phylani Music and Tasjay Productions, which are both based in Canada.