Jonnah racks up 10,000 views plus in one week with 'Dem a Liad' (KASANOVA DISS) Featured

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  Former Magnum Kings and Queens winner Jonnah has released a diss song on the internet dubbed 'Dem a Liad' mocking the disappearance of Kasanova as a "massive publicity stunt".   
The song, released on the Chase Mills Records label, has generated over 10,000 views since its release one week ago.  He challenged Kasanova to a clash now that he has eventually surfaced.
"Kasanova run his career to a wreck, he tried to pull off a publicity stunt that was in poor taste. Yu know how many people have family members who have genuinely gone missing? And to make things worse, since he reappeared, him not even come back with a song. Mi a challenge him to a clash, mi ah go write off his career," the artiste, whose real name is Jonah Marlando Jack, said.
He won the Magnum Kings and Queens competition in 2013. He followed up his win with songs such as the popular  ‘One T Shirt,’ and the catchy ‘Temporary Friend' but the songs suffered from lack of sustained promotion. 
Jonah recently inked a deal with US-based management firm, Lotaya Management in March of this year. Two weeks ago, he dropped the single, 'Money ah Di Topic', on the Lotaya Management label. He also released a new music video which has  been added to rotation on HYPE, RE and CVM.  The video for 'Money ah De Topic' hit #1 on the FIWI Choice top ten charts for two consecutive weeks. 
He will be releasing his first EP this Summer, 'The Rebirth of Jonnah'. 
"I will be releasing my album at the end of this year, and there are some Caribbean shows for Antigua and Trinidad in the works," Jonnah said. 
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