Billboard charting singer Gyptian has teamed up with rising dancehall artiste Tidal for the summer anthem in the wings called Give it to Me Baby.
The pounding dance track has been serviced to radio stations in Jamaica and so far the feedback has been quite positive.
Give it to Me Baby was officially recorded for and up and coming producer Jason Donaldson on a dancehall beat. It was later handled producer Henri Lanz from Finland and Goodwill, a producer from the United States.
In a release to the media, Tidal explained how the song came about.
“I was at Blackbloodz studio and Gyptian was vibing a song. He offered me the opportunity to be a part of the recording because he was impressed with some of the material that I had done before. As a young and hungry artiste searching for every opportunity, I gladly accepted the offer,” said Tidal.
Producers Henri Lanz (MGI) and Goodwill are known for their work with international acts including Justin Bieber and Jadakiss among others.
“The producers heard the track and told me that they could do magic with the vocals on a crossover beat. I was convinced and sent them the vocals because I worked with MGI before and I knew about the quality of their productions,” Tidal explained.
Tidal described working with Gyptian as a good experience.
“Not many artistes are afforded the opportunity to work with Gyptian, so as an up and coming artiste I took the opportunity seriously. Gyptian has a crazy personality and it was fun working with him.”
Tidal whose real name is Navardo Graham is signed to the Master One Productions label.
His most recent single Ball ground which is based on a true story has been enjoying rotation on FM radio. The video which was directed by Karl Durrant and Tony RA is currently riding the CVM TV Hit List video countdown.