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‘Live Life like We at the Cricket!’

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05 Apr 2019 11:55 #370692 by chairman
KNOWN for always keeping it positive and 100% Guyanese, the ‘Coolie boy dance’ singer from Black Bush Polder, Berbice, Romeo Nermal, who goes by the moniker, ‘Mystic’, is releasing a new single that tackles what he calls a “Man-made disaster”, which, in his opinion, can prevent Guyana from reaching its true potential.

In an interview with the Buzz, the humble rice farmer and international sensation said his new Reggae track titled, ‘Live like we at the cricket’ is expected to hit the local airwaves within the next two weeks. The track that is already completed was written by Romeo Mystic and produced by Darrel Pugsley.

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05 Apr 2019 12:03 #370693 by chairman
An avid fan and player of cricket himself, Romeo Mystic said he was inspired to write the song since he noticed that at sporting events, there is love, unity and harmony amongst everyone. and he wants to get the message out that we should all live together as one every day of lives; not only in the cricket ground. but everywhere.

“Whenever I go to a cricket match, I see the best in Guyanese: We lose together; we celebrate together; we have this bond and love for each other where race, gender or status does not matter. And my new track wants that message to get out there, that this is how we are supposed to live at all times. Live like we at the cricket,” the Berbician noted.

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05 Apr 2019 13:24 #370694 by chairman
A patriot and impassioned singer and songwriter, ‘Mystic’ is always keen about what each of his songs represents, and the influence it will have on the audience it was written for. In this case, this is one of the many he did for his love of the best country in the world.

He said that given the recent somewhat tense political climate, he felt he should weigh in before it is too late, and believes that through music, as with sports, he hopes his message can find its way to people.

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05 Apr 2019 13:38 #370695 by chairman
“Racism is destroying Guyana,” he said, adding: “If we allow this to continue, the way things are going, we will always be a country that ALMOST made it. We are a rich country; we don’t want to be a country that is almost or could. We don’t have any natural disasters; we are blessed with that. But guess what? We created our own natural disaster: Racism.”

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05 Apr 2019 14:04 #370696 by chairman
As he went on to explain: “Some ‘big people’ keep playing the race card that seeks to destroy the country, while they are removed from the situation that ‘every-day people’ deal with, since their bread is well buttered.”

In light of this, he has several other tracks slated to be released soon along the same lines that promote unity, love and respect.

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05 Apr 2019 14:04 #370697 by chairman
Being a versatile singer means he has other genres of music to release, but prefers to hold off until he completes a reggae album, which he describes as the beat of his heart.

“I sing across all genres, and do a little what I call ‘choka’ (a mix of chutney and soca) for fun. But Reggae beats in my heart, and I always use this genre to help spread positivity to the people. So right now, especially with what is going on in the country, I don’t want the people them to get sucked up in no drama that seeks to divide our people. So I will focus on getting a few more Reggae tunes released that are already done, then we can look to the fun tunes so we can celebrate together.”
Apart from his new track, ‘Mystic’ is doing a lot of writing and recording, as well as touring, but despite this, whenever he returns home, he is in the mud in the rice fields toiling, since, his work and everyday interaction is where he draws his inspiration for his music.

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05 Apr 2019 14:13 #370698 by chairman
He is currently working on some collaborations with a few international artistes. While not wanting to spill the beans, he confirmed to the Buzz that we can say one is an artiste from Europe, and another one of the biggest names in the Soca industry.

Out of respect for his privacy, we won’t release the names of the artistes for now, but we are buzzing with excitement and can’t wait to get the Buzz to you when they are done. In the meantime, keep your ears peeled for the release of ‘Live like we at the cricket’ from the man with the golden voice.

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