Galaxy P’s 30 Plus Years of Success

Endurance, consistency and flat-out swagger are some of the reasons why Galaxy P is enjoying a long-lasting career in Dancehall. In addition to the attributes listed above, Galaxy P makes good music!
Celebrating his 30th anniversary in music this year, the artist has blessed fans with a new song called “Gone in Deh” on the Giggy Riddim. The riddim, produced by Cassette Jones, is a modern take on the original version by iconic producers Steelie and Clevie. “Gone in Deh” is fiery and has fans buzzing; garnering support from dJs worldwide.
Armed with hardcore lyrics that are raw and unadulterated, the growly voiced Galaxy P allows fans to reminisce on their appeal of the artist when he first came on the scene while appreciating the artists newest effort that demonstrates that his lyrical dexterity is in top form.
Some music aficionados are saying that Galaxy P has “a hit on his hands and the timing couldn’t be more perfect.”

In addition to Galaxy P, the Giggy Riddim features Wayne wonder, Spragga Benz, Badda General x Tall Up, Delly Ranx and more.
Fans can listen to the Giggy Riddim Mix by DJ Easy here:

Additional milestones for Galaxy P this year is the dropping of his third studio album ‘The Boy From Macca 3.’ The 13-track project is a well-orchestrated Dancehall journey solidifying the artists consistency and ability to please fans 30 years after his start. About his music Galaxy says “my goal as an artist is to make music that can play any day, anywhere for any
listener. The Boy From Macca 3 features music that makes people dance, vibe and / or repeat lyrics verbatim.”

Galaxy P is one of the Dancehall genre’s defining voices! The witty and lyrically intense deejay has given the world a slew of anthems like “Tickle Her Fancy,” “Miss Goodie Goodie” alongside Colin Roach and many more — boldly shaping the sound of 90’s Dancehall. One can’t go around the deejay’s distinctive voice and contributions to the music and culture.