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SMS Recording artistes Nah Switch have been making steady moves on the HYPE TV charts with their breakthrough hit, Nah Suffer Fi Long, which hit #9 on the HYPE TV charts this week.



The duo, immensely popular artistes in their Waterhouse community, isenjoying airplay of the song at several street dances all across

"The song gone, it ah shell down the place, it is a special song, every week, when it get spins on IRIE and HITZ, mi phone just blow up,
I know that more Jamaicans outside of Kingston ah go tek on to it now," Prince Hinds a.k.a. "Young Prince" said in a release.

 Nah Switch recently performed at the Montego Bay Jerk Festival in St. James, and they have been making several appearances at community stage shows in the Corporate Area.

Some dancehall insiders believe that the single is the Summer anthem for the poor and downtrodden in Jamaica and it represents the duo's
first major hit.

"We defend the youths them, anyone who doesn't have a voice and have
to deal wid hardship, poverty and injustice, we are talking for them,"
the other half of Nah Switch, Andrew Powell a.k.a. "Real T", said.

The duo are crowd favourites at most local shows and have come up with
show-stealing performances at events such as Eltham Splash, West
Kingston Jamboree, Dela Splash, and the Magnum Crowning of Shane O.
The duo's last major performance was at Guinness Sting 2006/2007/2009
which won them a honorable mention in local newspapers as an act to
look out for in 2007. The year after, the Quick Cash  Money Transfer
advertisement was also done by the duo for radio and television land,
making them instantly recognizable stars.

"Right now, we feel is the right time, with our management team, SMS,
working hard, the results are paying off. Nahswitch has chosen to put
a positive twist on real life issues and the feedback on our Nah
Suffer Fi Long single on Facebook and youtube has been incredible, in
Europe, people are already calling about shows," Real T said.



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