British Rapper Trillary Banks teams up with Antiguan Recording Artistes Jay Abnormal, Prezident Lani & Ree ZP for new single release

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Jay Abnormal

Riding the wave of their latest release “268 Badness” is Antiguan artistes Jay Abnormal, Prezident Lani and Ree ZP who recently connected with British Rapper Trillary Banks for what they say was the opportunity of a lifetime.

The track and visuals was released just over two weeks ago and has been performing well within the UK markets. For the Antiguan artistes, they have been savoring the moment and are extremely humbled at the love the song has been receiving.

Dancehall recording artiste Jay Abnormal said, “I am truly amazed to work with a foreign artist that knows what she is about with bare professionalism, I’m really grateful for it, not just for the team that I’m with right now, but also for Antigua because this a great opportunity to get our country known.”

President Lani said, “I Feel Lucky, I feel miraculous right now! I got the opportunity to do a project with somebody like Trillogy. We are thankful! It’s just a great feeling.”

Ree ZP said, “I would just like to show some appreciation to Trillogy Banks for the opportunity that she gave us to work with such an amazing artiste like herself. She saw our talent and potential and gave us the motivation and support we needed, not to mention the exposure. I’m very grateful for the opportunity and respect to the UK and everybody for the support.”

The visuals for “268 Badness” have over 40k views since its October 31st premiere and the song is available for streaming on all major music services.

The song was produced by SHADOWONTHEBEAT and is of UK Drill influences with a hint of Antiguan dancehall/trap synergy. The production was handled by Brian ‘G-Slixx’ Mason.

The music video was shot in Antigua and Barbuda by Vinny Styles and PrivateSector268.

Ree ZP

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