Teflon releases new album | Entertainment
Reggae artiste Teflon has released his highly anticipated new album Years A Pain.
Produced by Yard A Love Records, the album was released on March 12. “The idea came from experiencing, and seeing others experience ‘years a pain’. It was transformed in my mind in the form of words that needed to be said. Initially, I started with the idea for a total reggae album and then the variations in rhythms caused me to create other songs that were equally fitting for the project,” the artiste explained.
Consisting of 21 tracks, the album features appearances from I-Wayne and Turbulence. Completed over the span of eight months, the tracks focus on topics surrounding love, injustice, morality, self-awareness, motivation and more.
“I would describe this body of work as an inspirational, educational and entertaining piece that is guaranteed to give the listeners great vibes musically, because it consists of songs that fit every mood,” Teflon added. In the few days of its release, the album has been well-received, with exceptional feedback coming from listeners both locally and internationally.
Since the release of his album Young King…The Beginning in 2015, Teflon has been consistently releasing a steady stream of hits over the years, such as Live and Learn, Land Of Jamaica, All This Time and Open Your Eyes.
“To remain relevant over the years as a recording artiste is simply accepting who I am and where I am. In essence, it’s being myself, believing strongly in my abilities, knowing they are limitless, learning and growing,” he said. While Years A Pain is still fresh, the production wheels are still turning, as the artiste has more music in store, including a few collaborations, music videos and a brand new mixtape.