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Netwrk drops 'Bare Dead Body' @one876 Featured

Archive Written by  phlexx Sunday, 21 December 2014 08:32 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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The streets are talking about Netwrk, a new artiste rising from the ANG, an affiliate of the Bounty Killer-led Alliance.


Years ago, he first grabbed public attention with 'Neva Lef It', a hardcore diss of Vybz Kartel and the Portmore Empire. Now, he has a new song called 'Bare Dead Body' (Death Trial) which reps the ANG hard in the streets. The artiste's sick rhymes and humorous wordplay are a sign that he could flip the Dancehall Game on its ear, and a new era is dawning in the world of dancehall.

"Mi have to big up bounty Killer, who ah give me a real strength. Right now, mi up and running, Netwrk, picking up, the streets say dem love the 'Death Trial' and the Alkaline diss, 'A Wah So?', the ting up, grimy life!!!!" Netwrk said.

The growing buzz has led to a show at Limelight on December 20th, another show in Manchester on December 28th in the community centre in Mandeville.

"I will be appearing alongside the General, Bounty Killer, grimy lifestyle, tell dem huh try wi lifestyle," he said.

He also released a much-heralded mixtape called 'Lyrical Dictionary'

"I was introduced to the general Bounty Killer by an Alliance campaign agent, Kim Sassi/Kimesha Chung. Since that time, I have been voicing songs, mi confidence really improve and the ting look good for 2015," he said.

Other singles include 'Street Prayer' for On the Peak Music/Iwaad Music, a combination with Singy Chris on the Island Traffic/IWAAD label, and 'Realest inna the Streets' on the Chase Mills Records.

"Big up Pusha Yute records and the whole entourage, everyday mi inna the streets ah white line it, big up the Street Boss, big up Millsy," he said.

You can find the 'Lyrical Dictionary' album on youtube and sound cloud, and on other media platforms like www.one876entertainment.com
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