Although he was not nominated for a Grammy, there are no doubts that 2010 belongs to no other than Gyptian himself.
Gypo has been on an extensive two months tour that took him several locations across Africa, Europe and the US. But the hard work is taking a toll on the reggae singer.
Gyptian was earlier this week rushed to the emergency room after performing on his last show in the Big Apple. Gypo, whose real name is Windel Edards, complain of feeling ill after arriving in New York City from Tanzania.
Although his illness was not serious, doctors ordered the reggae/dancehall star to rest and drink plenty fluid to rehydrate himself, since he has become severely dehydrated from the lengthy tour.
Gyptian also send his apology to fans in Barbados for the cancellation of his show there.
“To my fans in Barbados, I apologise profusely and I am currently renegotiating a date with the promoters to complete my obligations and please my fans. There is no Gyptian without my fans and I am very grateful for all the concern that has been shown but I assure everyone that I will be back to work for all of you as soon as I am back in peak form because as me seh, ‘Me Nah Let Go’.”
Gyptian is returning home to rest and consult with his personal doctor and dietician. He will rest for a few days so that he can return to work in good health.
Gyptian catapult into the mainstream of music with his hit single “Hold Yuh.” The song peaked at number 77 on Billboard hot 100 singles, making Gyptian the most popular reggae/dancehall act of 2010.
Gyptian also take home a MOBO and a Soul Train award for best reggae artist.
Watch the Video for Gyptian Hold Yuh below