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MR MELODY HITS WITH 'STILL IN LOVE' Featured

Archive Written by  SHEMA Sunday, 17 March 2013 07:56 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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United States born reggae singer Mr. Melody is currently on the island to promote his brand new single “Still in Love” which is getting heavy rotation locally and internationally.
Fresh from Los Angeles following the video shoot, Mr. Melody, who is signed to US based company RoadRunnaz Entertainment, says Jamaicans will love the track and ultimately the video following its premier on local television stations. The international entertainer, who started out doing R&B and hip-hop with US rapper Styles P, says his primary focus is now on reggae. Mr. Melody explains that he wants to bring back the fun into the genre. The entertainer says “with the injection of my sultry lover’s rock vibration, dancehall will undoubtedly go back to the days of dancing with your partner, having fun doing the cool and deadly and rub-a-dub dancehall style.” Already Mr. Melody has collaborated with the Fireman Capleton for the single “This Little Herb”.
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