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Fyakin drops new Wanting You single Featured

Entertainment News Written by  AKA Thursday, 19 August 2010 01:39 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Doc (M.D) Entertainment recording artiste Fyakin has been enjoying excellent rotation of his new video, Dem Nuh Real, on the major cable stations and television. However, it is the new Wanting You single which has been popping up on playlists in the Caribbean and Europe which has a new generation of fans talking about this young firebrand.

 

"I really love the feedback I've been getting from the video so far, the theme of betrayal and deception is a common experience for a lot of people, nuff people no real, dem only ah pretend until you see
their true colours," the singer who was born Nicholas Levy, said.

The single is also blowing up on FM radio and more disc jockeys are

throwing their support behind the Dem No Real single.

The artiste recently did aggressive radio and press promotions in
Florida during the Summer of 2010. He also
appeared on a show in Mandeville on August 1.


Once signed to Fifth Element Records, Fyakin has since moved on,
scoring a major international hit with My Lady two years ago while he
was signed to Fearless Records. Now, he has inked a deal with

the St. Ann-based Doc (M.D) Entertainment, and he is once again on the

verge of major recording success with a new single called Dem No Real.


"Doc (M.D) Ent is going to take my music to the world," he said.

Other popular singles include Ah Me She Want, a dancehall-influenced
Wanting You and a hot combination with stablemate Stacious called
'Lock Me Down Tonight'.


Fyakin has performed at a number of stage shows include Blazay
Blazay, Kulcha Shock, Calabar Career Day, Gaynestead Career Day, the
annual Garverymeade Barbecue, the Village Cafe, the annual Stone Love
Anniversary dance, and the Cooyah launch in Annotto Bay.

"I'm working hard towards really getting my music out in Europe so
that I can appear on some of those big reggae festivals," he said.

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