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Ishawna shoots new video in wake of Reggae Sumfest no-show

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  Dancehall star Ishawna shot a video for the single, 'Everybody Needs Some Company' , produced by DJ Frass. She has been at the centre of a firestorm of criticism since she was a no-show on Dancehall Night at Reggae Sumfest.  According to Joe Bogdanovich, principal of Summerfest Productions, which produces Reggae Sumfest, he is unaware of why Ishawna did not turn up at the event, but he has asked his lawyers to look into the issue.


"Ishawna is legally bound to the contract. Anyone who is trying to build an impressive brand, especially internationally, would not shy away from the opportunity to be on Reggae Sumfest, which is watched by millions of persons online," Bogdanovich told the media this week.

He added that he was served with papers from Ishawna's attorney signalling that she wanted to break her contract with Downsound Records for which Bogdanovich is the CEO.

"She was contracted to work Reggae Sumfest. She did not attend rehearsals, nor did she notify us that she would not be doing the show. What I will say is that Ishawna is a good artiste. She has done very well in the last few years. It's disappointing that it has come to this," he said.

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