Gyptian drops new album

NEW YORK – Reggae sensation Gyptian unveiled his new album to media and fans at his exclusive album launch in Manhattan, on October 21, 2008. This is his second studio effort, entitled I Can Feel Your Pain, on the VP Records imprint, and is packed with 13 romantic and melodic ballads that follow his signature style.

He first entertained media for almost two hours before hitting the stage to debut the new singles for the crowd. The entire night was Egyptian-themed, in lieu of Gyptian’s original alias, “Egyptian.” The program kicked off with an Egyptian belly-dancing showcase, followed by an unplugged performance of his biggest hit yet, “Serious Times,” accompanied by an acoustic guitarist and percussionist.


Gyptian performs at his album launch on October 21, 2008 in Manhattan
(Photo by Peter Noel/Wildfire)

Gyptian then thanked everyone for showing their support for him over the years, and continued with familiar hits such as “Beautiful Lady,” followed by new tunes like “Love Against the Wall,” “Caving in,” and the poignant hit single and title track, “I Can Feel Your Pain.”

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The event was hosted by Gyptian’s long-time deejay, Babyface, of King Addies sound system. It was produced by New York-based media marketing firm, RHONA FOX, INC. I Can Feel Your Pain is now available in stores and online. Log on to www.myspace.com/gyptian for updated artist news and tour details.


Gyptian with the publicity team at RHONA FOX, INC. L-R: Deborah, Rhona, Gyptian, Michelle and Shelly
(photo by Roland Hyde.
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