Platinum selling producer, Mantra, who has produced for Future and Rihanna, has produced J. Carlyle‘s new single, “Forever Girl,” pulling in vocals from Nigerian-born, Great Adamz; J. Carlyle said, “the Caribbean/Afrobeat sound made me think I needed to get Great Adamz – evidently, it’s worked out beautifully.” Fresh off his video/single for “Man of Action,” which premiered over GRM Daily surpassing 25,000 views and 50,000 digital streaming platform spins, J. Carlyle shows his fans he isn’t just a one dimensional rapper with his new single, “Forever Girl,” causing a stir online.
The stunning visuals show the pair performing in front of a set of dancers and finding their “Forever Girl“; J. Carlyle started writing songs at the age of fifteen where he began his career off as a Grime MC and the artistes he looks up to vary – in his words, “as much as I love Vybz Kartel, I can appreciate all good music but Reggae, Dancehall and R&B is where my heart is” – for Great Adamz, he says, “Afrobeats is a way of life and melody comes from local traditional elements mixed together with language and older sounds.”
The single, “Forever Girl,” was half way done when Great Adamz came on-board and took it in his own direction; J. Carlyle is set to be a name to watch in 2020 and “Forever Girl” was created to appreciate women with an African, as well as a Caribbean melody – listen up, watch and share your thoughts. | ENJOY!!!