Rytikal Says Previously Recorded ‘Impurious’ Songs Could Be Released, Without His Blessing – DancehallMag
E-Syde artist Rytikal informed his fans that although he took the new nickname Purytikal and claimed that he will only release healthy music from now on, they shouldn’t think bad from him if they hear new, previously recorded non-uplifting content. , the release of which is beyond his control.
“I make clean music now. But I’ve done other music that hasn’t been released yet. So people might see other songs coming out pon mi Vevo and they might think it’s a new song. And I don’t want them to think I’m contradicting myself,” Rytikal told veteran entertainment reporter Anthony Miller during Friday night’s broadcast of The Entertainment Report on Jamaican television.
“Di man dem weh a guh release di song dem pon mi vevo widout my authority, oonu naw guh gain more dan me,” he added.
the Selected artist known for his violent songs such as King Ina War, Murder City, Murder Story, Dangerous, Murda and Neva is scaredmade his comments days before he was freed from firearms charges in the Supreme Court.
He was arrested by police on January 28 last year, while on patrol at Eight Miles, Bull Bay in St. Andrew, after cops said he was ‘seen acting suspiciously’.
Officers questioned the artist and searched his rental car where they reportedly found a Taurus .380 pistol with 12 rounds.
His lawyer Able Don Foote, told Miller last week on Friday, that the entertainer, whose first name is Ryan McFarlane, was released after a multiplicity of procedural breaches by members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF). , reported to the court.
“We were able to highlight numerous procedural violations in relation to the way he was treated and handled. We have therefore established several breaches of the police service manual as well as breaches of their interaction with it. In addition to that, the judge was also impressed with him as a witness in regards to his own testimony,” the attorney said.
After his acquittal last week on Friday, officers expressed disbelief to The Gleaner newspaper that the entertainer had been cleared of gun charges, by Judge Bertram Morrison, who ruled there was no not enough evidence.
The Gleaner reported that Rytikal had stated – in an sworn explanation to the court – that “he rented the car, which is usually parked at the Bull Bay studio and was accessible to several people” and that he didn’t know how the gun ended up in the car.
The judge later accepted McFarlane’s account as a reasonable explanation and ruled that the evidence presented in court was insufficient to convict him.
The Gleaner also noted that police presented no fingerprint or DNA evidence.
During a recent interview with Onstage host Winford Williams, which aired on January 21, Rytikal said he’s gotten rid of negative music and will only post pure content.
“Due to the fact that Rytikal was known for King Inna War, cookie jar and other songs that are more in a violent perspective, so for the new year it’s purity, so you’re going to have pure Rytikal, so it’s Puritykal,” he explained.
“Music will be all positivity, yuh nah guh hear no one but Rytikal, just Purytikal, purity,” he assured. “You will get a better Rytikal, better lyrics, a positive person for sure, people will see life differently.”
In The Entertainment Report, after Miller asked him, “From your perspective, do you see music that makes guns and murders glamorous and makes it feel like something people should be excited? Rytikal replied
“This music is the most glamorous music in Jamaica right now. When you scared to look less glamorous, yuh a guh run dung wha yuh si a happening.. I know di glamor weh deh behind the negativity yuh nuh. But i know the beauty is behind the positivity… i may be the baddest artist of the bad guys, but i’m the best positive artist. And everyone is looking at themselves.
“Mi music a guh live on suh mi a guh meck sure seh it pure, suh my yute know seh yuh if my dad, he was a legend through positivity. And I do it for myself for…” he said. -he declares.