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Reggae artiste Ras Bogle is gearing up for the release of an EP this Summer, as he plans to blitz the market with several new videos for upcoming singles. 


In the meantime, he has stepped up promotion of his latest  single, ‘Nothing Gonna Change My Love for You’ which samples the hit by George Benson of the same name. Released on the Honycomb Records label, the single was officially released through online distribution channels on April 28th.


"The song is now playing hard in the dances and is on several reggae mix tapes. The momentum is great and mi ah capitalise by releasing some new videos over the next couple of months right into the Summer, 'cause visuals are very important now," the singer said. 


Some of these songs include 'It A Work' for a California-based label, 'We Gonna Rise' for a label in Trinidad and for 'Stand Firm' for Nuffa Dat Records.


"Plus mi still in the studio doing more recording for an upcoming EP, so right now, Ras Bogle ah go hard for the Summer," he said.


Two years ago, Ras Bogle released his debut album, "It's My Birthplace', worldwide through online distribution channels on the Musical Links production label.


"The album did reasonably well and helped me to establish a fan base in countries like St. Maarten and in countries like Ghana, Kenya. But right now, I am working on mostly new singles,," he said.


One of those new singles is a 'My Dream Girl' featuring Gyptian which was released in September 2017 on the I-RZR/Prolific Records.


"That song was released officially last year, but it is picking up a lot in St. Maarten and Ghana. So Gyptian and I will be shooting a video for it because we plan to step up promotion in the US and Europe," Ras Bogle said. 


At least four years ago, Ras Bogle scored a major critical and commercial success with his single, 'Woman Of The Year', which hit the #1 spot on several local video charts recently, and locked down the top spot on the CVM Hitlist charts for three consecutive weeks.


A follow up single, 'We Got Love' also charted on CVM Hitlist in 2015, establishing him as one of reggae's exciting new voices. 


"I am just focussing on doing more singles and videos in 2018 to keep my name out there in the industry," the entertainer, who was born in Tower Hill, St Andrew,



You can contact him on Twitter and IG  @therealrasbogle.

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