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Nazine rocks the reggae world with Neva Haffi Wake single Featured

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Reggae artiste Nazine is fast developing a loyal undergound following since the release of his hit song, Neva Haffi Wake single. The video for the single recently premiered on Hype TV and has been receiving good rotation since on a number of local cable stations. You can watch the video on youtube at this link:

"People are really responding to Neva Haffi Wake, it strike a chord wid them, and everywhere mi go, ah just crazy love...disc jockeys, random people inna the streets, dem love the song," he told

Nazine's other recent songs include Take Your Pain and Zion Call which has been enjoying good rotation on local radio stations such as IRIE, Zip and Hitz FM.

Since his exit from the Magnum Kings and Queens competition, Nazine took some time off from his career to develop his musical skills and is now working closely with popular producer, Rohan 'Jah Snow Cone' Fuller.

"Leaving the competition mi neva really in full gear to be a musician, I had to develop the artiste himself which is me as an individual. Mi do voice training and the works. The competition acted as the first step then," said Nazine.

He continued, "I was also searching for the right producer to work with and that came in the form of Snow Cone. He said he was really interested but he told me to wait and I did wait for a year. During that time, I went through a lot of growth and development in my writing skills."

Billboard chart-topping producer Jah Snowcone believes that Nazine is the real deal.

"He is an incredible talent and the great thing is that he is young and he listens. He is eager to learn and to get better at his craft and I will be working closely with him to finetune his sound...the early feedback from North America and Europe has been great so far," Snowcone told one876entertainment.

Nazine is working hard on releasing other reggae singles ready to rock FM radio.

"By now and summer, you can be looking forward to hearing a lot more from Nazine on your radio, TV, all bout," he said.

Nuff said.

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