Jamaican-born, New York-based dancehall artist Pryme Time is set to take the dancehall world by storm with his debut EP Fresh Out The Dirt, set for release in January 2013 from Kaieteur Records. Born Daniel Lambert in Clarendon, Jamaica, Pryme Tyme returns to his roots for this musical journey, bringing his unique brand of dancehall music to the global audience with this EP.
Ambitious and electrifying, Fresh Out The Dirt boasts five sizzling tracks, fused on exclusive rhythms built solely for Pryme Tyme. The first single, a catchy, sexy ode to the ladies entitled “She Love My Taste” is being released to radio on November 20, 2012. The other four singles all offer up the same fuel as gritty, suggestive jams that are bound to send fans into a frenzy on the dance floors. The EP’s producers include Ed Robinson and Father Bentley, both renowned New York-based producers.
“I’m excited to show the world my music,” reveals Pryme Tyme. “Working with Mikey Don [Michael Morian] and Father Bentley has been great. I salute them because they don’t rush just to get the work done, plus we all know good things come to those who are patient. I want my music to impact the whole world, and that’s the reason my name is Pryme Tyme.”
New York-based Kaieteur Records is behind Pryme Tyme, serving both as his record label and management.”Working with Pryme Tyme, I couldn’t ask for a better artist as he is so talented, respectful and disciplined,” discloses manager Michael Morian, owner of Kaieteur Records. “With his style of music, we’re looking forward to bring back that excitement of the early 90’s dancehall to fans. Kaieteur Records is elated to present our first artist off the label, Pryme Tyme, who will make a big impact with his music, his style and talent, in the world.”
Pryme Tyme’s Fresh Out The Dirt EP will be available on all digital retailers worldwide in January 2013 from the Kaieture Records imprint, so get ready for a collection of sassy dancehall bangers from this intoxicating entertainer, just in time to kick off the New Year.