Looking to capitalize on the momentum gained from his clever counteraction of Rihanna’s Stay, dubbed Go Away, Toronto-based deejay, Dudsymil has teamed with Notorious hit singer, Turbulence for the sure-to-be club banger, Happy Tonight.
Produced by Smokeshop Studios, Happy Tonight sees the merger of two entertainers with a long-established relationship and respect for one another within the music industry. Both have injected their multitalented personas into this song themed on celebration, which will surely have people dancing and enjoying the simple pleasures of life.
Known for a catalogue of Reggae hits about upliftment, righteousness and love, Turbulence confidently steps into a different zone as celebrates life and gives thanks for the blessings he receives, singing joyfully about and glitz and glamour that accompanies the party scene. Dudsymil, known for his share of party-friendly singles such as Stroke It establishes a strong connection with Turbulence in the song as he describes how one should fully enjoy themselves, no matter what the circumstances are in his or her life.
“When we up inna di place, we clean, from head to lace and we nuh inna no haste,” Dudsymil sings as he promotes positive vibes all-round with the “Lights dem bright, everybody feel nice, the vibes so right. If yuh get wet my girl, doe bodda cuss, jus’ party wid us.”
This track on the World Class Riddim is a truly professional effort by two savvy entertainers who seek to make an international splash with its pop-flavoured elements, booming instrumentals and infectious energy. Happy Tonight is certain to make any night out feel special, no matter where in the world you are.
In the meantime, Go Away continues to garner buzz worldwide for Dudsymil since its release in April. The song has scored over 2,000 views on YouTube, endorsements from fans universally and has been getting rotation on ZIP FM, thanks to ZJ Bambino, who has been playing it on his morning show. A video for Go Away is expected in the coming weeks as Dudsymil looks to cement himself as a powerful force in the music industry this summer.