Ayire Sadam, a.k.a. Vyper Ranking, a dancehall artist signed to Bantu Entertainment, has just dropped his eagerly awaited seven-track love “Tryst” Extended Play (EP), which is now available on all music streaming services. Release of the 7-track “Tryst” Love EP by Vyper Ranking
Vyper Ranking, the current dancehall artist from Kampala, Uganda, East Africa, wrote and composed the “Tryst” EP.
Vyper Ranking has a goal of promoting Ugandan culture throughout the rest of the world and looks forward to performing at the largest venues and festivals in the world.
When discussing the EP with Vyper Ranking, he says that it is a representation of development, innovation, and a deliberate choice to make good music available to all of his listeners regardless of age, gender, or class, and more honorably an end-all solution to Uganda’s new sound.
With songs like “Gwookya” and “Mukwano Gwo,” which feature John Blaq and have lyrics that make you feel things as he sings stories of love, the “Tryst” EP stands out as the only dancehall genre with a distinctive lyrical mastery blended with Afro sound.
The EP is Vyper Ranking’s debut album and a declaration from Kireka to the world outlining his ambition to establish himself as one of the most important dancehall voices of this generation.
While “Bend n’ Pause” with Ghanaian Magnom and Winnie Nwagi is a call to the dance floor and “Take it slow” with Winnie Nwagi is a poetry about trans-generational relationships, “Number 1” combines my search with a romantic yearning and feelings’
It’s hypnotizing. Track 4, “10 outta 10,” has me adoring an African woman who makes me lose control; the Afro dancehall setting supports this. Track 6 (“Malala”) is when the tone changes, and I used real vibrations to give my listeners a heartwarming sense of how to love and be loved.
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According to Vyper Ranking, the official EP artwork’s depiction of the Reed light, Lady in the backdrop, and the “Ateker” attire represents love, closeness, and my ancestors’ energy, each of which inspires me to create.
Production credit for the Tryst EP goes to Herbert Skillz, Malik Make, Bomba Muzik, Nexo Beats, and Artin Pro. Omega Peter played the brilliant lead guitar with absolute perfection.