Chris Gayle wants to quit cricket and try his luck in this field

West Indies explosive batsman Chris Gayle wants to try his luck in the music world after saying goodbye to cricket. Recently he filmed a rap song in lockdown ….

new Delhi. West Indies star cricketer Chris Gayle has another career choice. He is ready to make a mark in the music industry and the track he has made as a rapper has been viewed by more than 1 million people on YouTube. Gayle said that the music is naturally inside him. One of the world’s explosive batsmen, Gayle (Chris Gayle) likes to call himself an entertainer. The Universe boss said that music is something that he enjoys.

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Gayle said, ‘I enjoy it. I grew up in an environment of music and sports. It is a big part of our Jamaican culture and it is in our blood. ‘ Gayle recently produced a dance track ‘Groove’ with British Indian singer Avina Shah in which she plays a rapper. In which he plays the role of a rapper.

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Gayle said, ‘I was very excited to do this project and wanted to make a song that everyone could listen to. It has international music in which music from Jamaica, India and Great Britain is also present. He went straight to Dubai for IPL-13 after shooting a video of it in Jamaica. Gayle said that he used the time of the lockdown to improve his singing abilities.

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He said, ‘I launched the song Too Hot with Stylo G during lockdown and now this groove is my first offering with a female singer. I had a lot of fun making it and the response from people has also been fantastic. Gayle is definitely serious about music. “We will be launching a few more songs in the near future in different categories,” he said.












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