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Jahdore shines with 'This Love Is Over' Featured

Entertainment News Written by  50 CAL Wednesday, 04 May 2011 00:55 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Upcoming reggae artiste Jahdore is on the verge of a musical breakthrough with 'This Love is Over', a well-produced single that plays like a personal tale of love gone sour. Signed to Rountoun Music Productions, his single is getting excellent airplay on local radio stations, especially on IRIE FM, where it is a favourite of several disc jocks. You can download the single at http://www.box.net/shared/fn2j9h0p7d


'The song is not autobiographical," he said, laughing.

"It's a song that can represent real-life situations out there, it has a humorous side, but it is really close to what happens in real life when love turns bad."


After getting his early musical education at Edna Manley, the youngster, who grew up in Ebony Vale, in Spanish Town, St Catherine, ventured straight into touring and found himself sharing the stage with reggae icons like Jimmy Cliff, Buju Banton, and Luciano.

Known as a prolific saxophone, keyboard and piano player, Jah Dore has been to several Caribbean and European territories, with another set to begin mid-April, through to the end of May, in parts of Australia.

"From a tender age I always find myself going to the doctor to check out my tonsils because of the numerous times I try to emulate Buju Banton. I think it (transition) was automatic; it was only a matter of time before the reality took place," said the singer.

Jah Dore is adamant that his music will spark the revolution that's needed to reinvent the business and bring it to the standard that was set by the likes of Bob Marley and Peter Tosh.

'I am coming to take my place in the business," he said.

You can listen to another hit single form Jahdore at this link below.

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