A singer-songwriter and radio DJ from Bury is set to release a single about "reclaiming your power" after teaming up with an up-and-coming rapper. 

Jsky, who has shows on BBC Radio Manchester and Gaydio, has created his track, Things Pt 2, with BBC Introducing breakout star Sebastenelli, which will be released on Thursday, February 29. 

The release is also a collaboration between Frederico "Red" Rossi (Coi Leray, IZA) and gold disc accredited engineer MixedByJocelin (Not3s, AJ Tracey, French The Kid).

The video was shot at the multi-million pound Villa Amiri in Formby with male models Luzino M. Neves, Tom Eckersall and men's mental health ambassador Ben Eastwood joining the line-up, Jsky shines alongside Newcastle rapper Sebastenelli.

Jsky said: "Sebastenelli reached out to me on Instagram about working together on something, so I jumped at the chance.

Bury Times: Jsky will release his new single, Things, Pt 2, this monthJsky will release his new single, Things, Pt 2, this month (Image: Jsky)

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"Working with Sebastenelli was great. He really did take this track to another level.

"I can't imagine this song without him.

"This song is all about reclaiming your power and not losing sight of what you bring to the table.

"There have been times I've almost allowed my value to be taken from me. This song says no to that."

For the single, Jsky teamed up once again with the award-winning Oliver Brian Productions, famed for producing music videos for artists such as Big Narstie and Just Banco, and celebrity make up artist Robin "R.A.B." Booth to produce David Hockney inspired visuals in stunning 4K resolution.

Jsky, who presented Channel 4 reality show Naked Beach, is also set to release another single, "I'm Like What I'm Like", which he says is "an empowering declaration of self-acceptance".

He added: "When you put yourself out there, that can come with a lot of scrutiny.

"Body positivity has come a long way since Naked Beach first aired, but I wanted to speak on my own personal experiences of societal pressures within the framework of perceived masculinity, while touching on how advancements in technology can lead us to lose sight of ourselves.

 "We're comparing way too much, don't let yourself get lost, focus on the good.

"To be defiant in the face of criticisms and like who you are today, at your core, is such a rebellious and powerful message.

"I wanted to inspire and remind people that when you start from a place of power like this you can accomplish so much."

Bury Times: Jsky says Things, Pt 2 is declaration of self-acceptance.Jsky says Things, Pt 2 is declaration of self-acceptance. (Image: Jsky)

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Jsky is also set to headline the Live Your Truth charity concert on Sunday at The Brewers in Manchester, an event set up in memory of Brianna Ghey.

He said: "What happened to Brianna Ghey was truly awful, and we are all still very much feeling the impact.

"When I was asked to support this event, I knew it was something I couldn't say no to or shy away from.

"As a community we still have a long way to go but we cannot live in fear."