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Lucci Gabana drops 'The Boss is Back' Featured

Entertainment News Written by  AKA Thursday, 08 November 2012 11:19 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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  Canadian recording company S-Q Records has just released a music video for rapper Lucci Gabana's track "the Boss is Back". The video was shot in Toronto, Canada at a few different locations and features cameo appearances by Louie "Ox" Rankin aka Teddy Bruckshot from the big-screen movies, 'Belly' and 'Top Shottas'.

The video is the first video released off Lucci Gabana's upcoming hip hop album titled "Mayor of the Streets".
 
"The response to the video has been great so far in the underground market, the video started showing on Jamaican cable stations just last week and the early feedback has been encouraging, everybody loves Louie Rankin's cameo, he is a very strong actor with a big fanbase among Caribbean people," Lucci Gabana said. 
 
Fans can watch the official video at this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lmspqa97jts

In the meantime, an album is set to be released at the end of next year off the S-Q Records label.

"The album is going to have 16 tracks on it which include "Ride Tonite" which features Craig Smart as well as a host of other S-Q Records recording artists such as Mike Moscato, Nagz Saprano, and Mic Sikey as well as a few guest appearances from other major labels," Gabana said.


S-Q Records has also recently released the second single off Lucci Gabana's soon to be released reggae album titled "Family Tides". The single is called "Never Stop Trying" which features Capleton and Contractor.  The reggae album will also features artists like Gyptian, Vybz Kartel, I-Octane, Popcaan and many more.

Currently the single "Never Stop Trying" is sitting at #12 on Italian reggae charts.
 
"Right now, we're amping up our promotion on several different fronts, S-Q Records is coming to make a mark and represent for reggae-dancehall music in the US and Europe," Gabana said.
 
 
 
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