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3 STARR RISES FROM THE GULLYSIDE @ravelja @gully_c @mavado_gully @realdjfrass @MavadoFans Featured

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Gullyside's rising dancehall artiste 3 Starr is one of the fastest rising dancehall stars in 2014 because of his wicked rhymes and his distinctive voice.

“This has been like my best year in music so far, in terms of the quality of songs, interviews, publicity and just general promotional support through the Gullyside label. Right now, the sky is the limit,” the artiste whose real name is Ricardo Johnson, said.

Music was the path that he was destined to walk ever since he dropped out of Kingston College in third form, but 3 Starr wasn’t always fully convinced.

“From mi leave school, mi always a do music but mi never see it as a career, ah the people dem push me towards music. Mi always a walk and a sing, and people ah ask me if ah my song that, and ah dem push me fi do music. Ah street knowledge grow me, we teach we self same way because inna this world, yu caan be no eediat,” he said.

3 Starr is on the verge of blowing up with a veritable armada of hit songs such as ‘Wah Do Dem’ for Truckback Records, ‘Bad Man Ova Ya So’ alongside Mavado for DJ Frass Records, ‘Dem No Bad When We Check It’ on the Gwaany Gwaany riddim and ‘Gal Yu Cute Eh’ for DJ Smurf’s ‘Headphone’ riddim.

“Right now, the ting look bright, big up Mavado and mi Chase Cross and Sha quan, DJ Frass and the whole entourage, ” he said.
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