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Mr Easy gets big buzz in streets with NO MERCY ON DJ FRASS' NEW RIDDIM @realdjfrass @one876 Featured

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Mr. Easy is getting a big buzz with 'No Mercy' on DJ Frass' new riddim. Mr. Easy, who is known for the single, Drive Me Crazy, the first single on the classic Buy Out riddim for producer Tony Kelly. The Buy Out riddim also featured the track "Like Glue" by Sean Paul which would peak at #13 on the Billboard Top 100 in 2003.

Born in the verdant, undulating hills of the Cockpit Country. Mr. Easy made the transition at the age of ten from country boy to the tough streets of New York City. Nicknamed Mr. Easy for his laid back and easy demeanor, faced an awkward transition to New York being Jamaican born, yet of African heritage, something which always seems to create a dilemma of the soul.
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