Cricket Icon Chris Gayle Launches Dancehall Career & New Label ‘Tripple Century Records’

Not too long ago, he dropped “We Come Out Fi Party,” which featured his friend, Tanto Blacks.
— Chris Gayle (@henrygayle) February 6, 2021

On Instagram, he asked fans to save the date. I am the Universe Boss, it’s my world. He admitted that the Indian market is quite a daunting one to break into. He is already the owner of the popular Jamaican restaurant, the Triple Century Restaurant in St Andrew, Jamaica. Gayle, who is the only batsman to hit more than 1000 sixes in T20 cricket, spoke with Sports Max about this new phase of his life and revealed that it all started off as a joke. Actually have a collaboration (and) quite a few songs that haven’t been released as yet,” he said. In fact, that’s how he came up with the name Universe Boss. Coming Soon… Man a Real G, No Joke!?? View this post on Instagram

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Chris Gayle made it known that the track can be can pre-ordered on various streaming platforms, including Spotify and Tidal. The Triple Century brand is named after Gayle’s magnificent knock in 2013 of 333 against Sri Lanka, which put him in the history books as one of just 27 batsmen to score over 300 in test cricket. He used his social media accounts to let his fans know about this latest endeavor. This isn’t the first time he’s delivered music, but this time he seems set to make more of a career out of it. I said ‘what, it was a joke.’”

Chris Gayle said they went to the movie theatre room at his house, and Stylo began to show him the ropes and “eventually I delivered the music and it turned out to be a hit.”
He intends to give this as much effort as his cricket career, revealing that he has a lot of music to come. He also revealed that he would be going into production as well. Cricket icon Chris Gayle is now a full fledged dancehall artiste and label exec. #Blessings ?? He’s one of the most dominant batsmen in cricket and is both respected and feared around the world, and now, Chris Gayle will look to try and also dominate the airwaves. While he isn’t sure what type of international success he will have, he’s confident that he will get fans in Australia and South Africa. “I have a lot more songs in the pipeline and I did the single Living the Life so I decided to start my record label Triple Century Records,” he continued. He’s one of the sportsmen who has become very business savvy over the years and has used his influence positively to make major moves in the business world. “It’s fun and I am beginning to enjoy it. Its global thing but people in Australia, South Africa have reached out saying they have listened to my songs and that they love it. That’s no surprise as Gayle has become quite famous for his laid-back approach on the field and can always be seen having a good time, no matter what franchise he’s playing for. He’s always had an affinity for music and has referenced Vybz Kartel as inspiration in the past. The opening of the new label has been timed to coincide with the release of his first single under the label, named “Blessings,” on February 15th. You can look out for some big things.”

Facebook He added, “I said Stylo-G I should be on that remix and eventually he turned up at my house and said he was ready. The Asian market is huge. He also gave them a taste of the new single on Instagram. He’s not just thinking about dropping more music, but in typical Universe Boss style, he’s opened his own label Triple Century Records. “A lot more artistes have reached out to me, big artistes in India. “I did the first song with Stylo-G and it was a joke I was running,” Gayle said. “Coming Soon… Man a Real G, No Joke!” he said on Twitter. He was also featured on the remix for “Too Hot Celebrity” with rising star Stylo G.