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Invincible by Gisto featuring Dre Zee and Lazer Matrix Featured

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The entertainment world is buzzing over a single called Invincible recorded by Gisto featuring Dre Zee and Lazer Matrix


Dre Zee is pleased with the early buzz in overseas markets with his collaboration, Invincible with US artiste Gisto
and Laser Matrix. A video for the single is also getting major rotation on local cable stations.

"The thing a blow up, everybody a say dem love the lyrics and what we are saying and the beat mad," he said
 

ImageIn 1996, he encountered Clifton "Specialist" Dillon and started producing artistes such as Mr.Vegas, Bounty Killa, Capleton, Diplomat and many more.

As a producer, he spent more and more time in the studio and began writing music.

"As a writer I was longing to voice my own lyrics, so then I became an artist & started recording music under the alias "DRE-Z"," he said.

He released his first song "Skiing on Ice" in 2001 on the "Diamond Chips Rhythm". In 2007, he moved back to Montego Bay, Jamaica to own and operate his own recording studio and pursue his music career by kicking off Sample Rage Records.

"My one dream and goal is to inspire each individual with the strong messages conveyed through my music. I would also love if one day I could leave behind all my accomplishments as a foundation for my children to help make their journeys toward success much easier than mine has been so that they will one day be a greater inspiration to all...


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