The eight-track EP that features songs such as Looking for Love, I Like You Like That, I Wish I Never Met You and I Won’t Be There was released on the 9th of November on the Soundkillaz Music imprint.
“I’ve had this project just sitting around for a while now, I’m happy to have finally released it; it came out on my birthday. All the tracks were written and produced by me and my brother Rivah Jordan. The entire EP was mastered by the late Delroy ‘Spider’ Thompson, it’s one of the last projects he did before his passing, and it was truly an honor working with him he was one of Jamaica’s best mastering engineers,” said the artiste.
Radics considers The Break Up to be one his finest works to date.
“I think this is one of my best projects so far, especially because the lyrical content is so emotionally profound. The EP is called The Break Up because all the songs talk about the various stages and feelings one experiences in a failed relationship. I liked the idea of making a collection of songs about a single subject, so I chose something that I know about on a personal level. It’s a very experimental product regarding the concept and the various styles of music I used for the project, it’s entirely different from my last EP.”
Matthew Radics is currently working on some new projects.
“We are getting ready to drop a new single by Rivah Jordan called Love and Respect Ft. Messalie on the Soundkillaz label. I’m also working on a full-length Reggae project that will be released sometime early next year. I will be putting out a lot of music of in the New Year.”