Set out on a journey to achieve ultimate musical success, recording artiste Fiyah MC has released a single that he feels will push him through the gates.

The Canada based Hip Hop/ Dancehall artiste is currently promoting his single  ‘Touch Of You’ which serves as an ode to his female audience.

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‘Touch Of You’ is produced by O.G.E Beats and is available on all major digital streaming platforms through Tunecore.

“This single has been getting a lot of airplay in the US, Canada, Japan and the Caribbean and based on the attention the single had been receiving, I am positive that in no time it will be an anthem. My female audience loves it because it’s sexy but still packs enough energy for them to dance to it. The song has a pop fusion, old school vibe on a current beat so it’s the ultimate Dancehall love song”

Stated Fiyah MC

With the single building a steady momentum on the international scene, Fiyah MC has decided to shoot the visuals for the track.

The video will be shot in various parts of Canada in weeks to come.

” The song has been doing well and my fans have been asking for visuals and I have no choice but to oblige. My team and I have already started the process and it’s definitely worth the wait. We have constructed a separate promotional campaign for the video and I am confident that this song will make Fiyah MC a household name”

he added.

Though focused on his latest project, the singjay shares that he already has a follow up single in the making titled, ‘Good Body Girls’.

Fiyah MC is known for singles such as, ‘Headlights’ and ‘ Need You’.

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