Dwayne Tryumf Drops New EP “The Mark of the Peace”
Dwayne Tryumf is a rapper in London, UK. He has just released his new EP “The Mark of the Peace.” You can buy it at www.tryumf.co.uk.
He became a born again Christian in ’99 and his music took on a change in direction. From then on doors opened up for him and for him by way of collaborating with another member of his former group who also came to the faith. The two were known as ‘Dwayne & Wayne’ and during that time they began doing shows at many churches around London which gave Dwayne more stage experience.
In 2000, he embarked on a solo career whilst working for UK based record label Jetstar records as an engineer / producer. In 2003 he was signed to Jetstar Records as an artist and producer and during this time he produced tracks with a number of reggae artists on the Jetstar label such as Lloyd Brown, Don Ricardo, Osmond Collins, reggae icon Greggory Isaacs, Savanah and also produced the smash hit “Incense Riddim” his first album ever released which sold 3000 copies in just 3 months and is still tearing up the dancehall since it’s release and has also crossed over to the Japanees market!
In all the hype of the dancehall scene Dwayne Tryumf never left his love for Hip Hop and in March 2004 he performed in front of 10,000 at the Earls Court “Urban Music Festival” among acts such as Jay Z, Beyonce and Alicia Keys and did various other gigs around the country including the world renowned Jazz Cafe, Camden, UK. Dwayne Tryumf has worked behind the scenes for a lot of UK gospel artists engineering and producing on their tracks including Greenjade, Jahaziel, Four Kornerz, as well as mainstream UK artists such as Big Brovaz, AC Burrell and also produced music for MTV Base and MTV Africa.
To keep listeners happy Tryumf put together his first solo Hip Hop album called “Ghetto Scripture.” The album has been getting regular airplay from both gospel and commercial Djs from all over the world. My suggestion? “Watch this space” The next project coming from Dwayne Tryumf is called “The Mark Of The Peace”