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I Wayne 'Killing' South African airwaves with new single Featured

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Firebrand reggae artiste I-Wayne is currently blowing up South African airwaves with a hot new single called Killing. The song which was produced by South African music producer Robin Mabunda on his Freedom rhythm and released by his Dreaded Sounds label is also enjoying strong rotation locally and in other countries including Costa Rica.
In a recent interview Mr. Mabunda expressed that he is very happy with the outcome of the project and that he plans to do similar projects in the future.
 “I really feel good about this project its getting a lot of attention is SA and other parts of the world. I had a lot of fun working with I-Wayne and all the other artistes who recorded on the rhythm. It was a lot of hard work, making a lot of phone calls to Jamaica, being on skype and sending emails and all that but at the end of the day it paid off and I definitely plan to do more work with these artistes,” said Robin Mabunda.
Other artistes that have songs on the Freedom rhythm are Singer Jah, Anthony Que, Shel-K and South African singer Freeky.
Dreaded Sounds is a music production and distribution company based in Johannesburg, South Africa. The company was established in 2009 as an online distributor of Reggae and Dancehall music. They are now the largest digital provider of Reggae & Dancehall in South Africa. They also distribute a substantial amount of physical CD's and DVD's in the Southern African Development Community.
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