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Jah Currant generates attention with 'Daddy Now' Featured

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Fast rising reggae artiste Jah Currant is confident that he’s on the verge of a musical breakthrough.
“Things are looking really good for my career right now; my manager Morland Williams is really doing a good job. He’s doing everything to push my career all the way to the top.” The gregarious singjay is currently enjoying much attention with his single titled Daddy Now. His performance of the song at a recently held IRIE FM road show in Morrant Bay, St. Thomas earned him huge forwards from the very large crowd that turned out for the event. “It was a very good vibes performing on the IRIE FM road show, the crowd went wild when I performed Daddy Now, they really loved the energy,” said Jah Currant. Confident that he’s found the right tune to take his career to the next level, Jah Currant and his manager is currently preparing to shoot the video for Daddy Now. The video will be shot at various locations across St. Thomas during the month of May. “The next move is to shoot the video for Daddy Now and we are putting everything in place for that right now. We want to shoot it and have it out before the end of next month, were going to do it in St. Thomas, it’s going to be something very good, we want to connect with music lovers all over the world and this video will help us to do that,” said the artiste. Jah Currant is also working on a number of other projects including a debut album that will be released later this year. “I’m also working hard in the studio to complete some new singles and some songs for my debut album. Once the album is completed it will be released worldwide before the end of the year. The whole Earth Storm team is doing everything to make sure that it will be a very good project.”
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