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Rygin King Says New Album Will Be His Testimony, Drops First Single “Inna Mi Mind”

He’s lucky to be alive following the incident, which according to reports, happened in Bethel Town when one of the cars was involved in a collision. Once we have life, we can work to make everything else better. Last year summer, dancehall deejay Rygin King was hospitalized following a gun attack. “Mi ah still ‘Dancehall’s Baddest Ting’, mi just a ketch back the flame. Eyewitnesses said that while the entourage was attending to the vehicle, a car drove up, and a gunman shot at the bystanders, which included Rygin King. Mi just did a regain mi confidence; dem shot a lot of energy outta me,” he continued. Rygin King is preparing to give his testimony in his new album. The popular deejay was shot and injured after his convoy stopped following an unrelated accident in Westmoreland. He was shot three times. My album is going to be big. Mi have a testimony to tell the world. The “Ruption” singer has been making waves since he returned to the scene and has already gotten over five million views on YouTube for his single “No Emotion.” He’s also enjoyed success with a few others, including “Mission,” and “Dancehall Baddest Ting.”

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) “God give me strength and life. He added that the song acted as a message to himself “and the youths out there that no matter the fight, you have to keep trying.” He also revealed that he has intentions of shooting a video to accompany the track. He’s definitely used the experience to grow stronger. “With this single, mi ah remind myself of the process, mi a remind myself that it all started inna mi mind before I could make it a reality. Recently he released “Inna Mi Mind,” which he has said shows that his dominance of the genre is still there. We no gone nowhere, ah just one king, any other king, a muss a napkin,” he told the STAR. He’s been back on the scene a few months now and is satisfying his fan’s call for new music. The ever-confident 25-year-old deejay, whose real name is Matthew Smith, explained that the track helped him to get back in musical shape. He’s dispelled all those negative rumors and has even announced an upcoming album. Prayers immediately went up for his recovery, and there were some rumors that he would have been left paralyzed following the incident. So when mi sit down and ‘meds’ by myself more time, mi realise seh mi did have to conceive it first inna mi mind, that’s where it begins, with an energy and a dream,” he said.