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J Carlyle's new single "Intruder Alert" infiltrates your psyche

Updated: Feb 6


UK artist J Carlyle lives on the crossroads of bashment, grime, R&B and hip hop. His completely unique style is a testament to his talent and knack for innovation. On his latest single "Intruder Alert" he continues to push the boundaries musically, infiltrating the listeners ears with his catchy melodies, as his relatable lyrics dwell in their psyches. The inspiration behind this sultry song is that intruders from all angles are thrusting their way into J Carlyle's heart, and he's ringing the alarm. Accompanying his new smash single, is a creative visualizer expounding on the idea of shattered glass and blaring sirens.


J Carlyle’s sublime soliloquies merged with an ecstatic melody creates what can only be described as an addictively catchy single. J Carlyle’s vocal delivery is also impeccable, as he flawlessly expresses the words he has written with clinical force. The single injects a wide range of genres into the listener’s ear from reggae and R&B to hip hop and grime.


A musical prodigy, J Carlyle began showcasing his lyrical prowess at the age of 15 and has only expanded his talent as a musician since. 2020 was the year that J Carlyle first burst onto the scene with his acclaimed debut EP “Calculating the Ifs”.


This EP contains haunting echoes of events in J Carlyle’s life and is determined to use music as a support mechanism for people struggling with mental health, he explains:


”I consider myself an advocate for Mental Health because it’s a topic which is extremely close to me. Over the last 10 years I’ve been on both sides of the spectrum from working in one of the largest mental health institutions in East Midlands, looking after people from all walks of life whose mental health has deemed them a risk to society or/and their own well-being. I myself have suffered with mental health issues also. This journey prompted me to work with Channel 4 and local council to create a music program for the youth (in the UK)."