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Octane finds hit with 'Burn Dem Bridge' Featured

Entertainment News Written by  AKA Monday, 24 October 2011 11:12 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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When it comes on to hitting the right conscious musical notes, singjay I-Octane seems to have found the right formula. That is a proven fact with numbers such as Lose A Friend, My Life and the ganja loving Puff It. But there is no easing up as the Digicel Brand Ambassador is once moreat it, this time with Burn Dem Bridge.


Eversince it hit the airwaves it has been receiving a steady buzz, it has even caught on already in parts of the Caribbean as evidenced by the eager responsehe got from his recent performance in St Kitts.

Listening to Burn Dem Bridge it is easy to figure out why it has been embraced by music listeners. Recorded to a catchy beat I-Octane chants “Tek up inna tings dem nevaask the Lord fah, it’s not a laughing matter, ungratefulness causes disaster…dem burn dem bridge..”

The song comes with the singjay trademark philosophy on life and his stance on living it.

Burn Dem Bridge was produced by Big Ship’s Stephen 'Di Genius' McGregor and sees singer and producer working together for the first time.

I-Octane, commenting on the song, says he likes the vibes he has been receiving since its release. He can’t wait for the video to be done as he says the director MykalCushine is already brimming with ideas regarding it.

“The video should have been shot from last week, but rain played havoc with that plan,” the singjay said in a release.

He explained that the shooting date has now been pushed back to this week, “It will be worth it though,” he promised.

Following the video shoot, I-Octane will be gearing up for another first – performing in Barbados at the Midway House Car Park on October 29.

“I am really looking forward to winning over new fans and giving my fans there a treat,” he quipped about his upcoming gig.


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