Gayle open to explore other ventures after playing cricket

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Former West Indies batter, Chris Gayle is recently on the lookout to explore new ventures after having played cricket for several years.

Gayle is always known for his explosive top-order batting and has entertained millions of fans throughout the years.

From the IPL to international cricket, Gayle has made a name for himself throughout the years. After hanging up his boots from cricket, he is now trying to make his name in other industries.

Gayle has a great love for music and he has recently stated that Bollywood is his new calling and he will look to act in a Hindi movie soon.

Bollywood has been calling my name in recent times, and I’m pretty familiar with the movie industry in India. Recently, I did a commercial over there in India with a Bollywood actor, and it’s something special to look for from the Universe Boss in the near future.

Gayle’s music album, Tropical House- Cruises to Jamaica in a bid to win Grammys 2024

Meanwhile, Gayle’s recently released reggae album, Tropical House-Cruises to Jamaica has been selected to win the Grammys 2024. The former West Indian batter is quite happy with the fact.

Firstly, I feel really good to be the face and headliner of the album, and I’m proud of the fact that it has entered into the 2024 Grammy race for Best Reggae Album. The album has several big names, such as Grammy Winners Ms. Lauryn Hill, Morgan Heritage, and reggae giants, Capleton and Sizzla.

It looks like Gayle is also following the same path as his fellow West Indian, allrounder Dwyane Bravo as they both love music.

Bravo and I are great friends. We are both passionate about music, especially since we come from the islands. It’s just about having fun and highlighting our culture in each song we curate for our fans. I will always have a hand in the sport of cricket, no matter the other industries I may venture into, because cricket is my life and the game has done so much for me.

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