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Owen Litchmore aka Go True gets buzz with 'Jamaica Nice' Featured

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Owen Litchmore aka Go True, has made a true gem of a reggae song, 'Jamaica Nice' with a rich acoustic vibe and feel-good message about his homeland. He recently released the 'Jamaica Nice' video online and on local TV, and the response has been phenomenal.
"On Facebook and Twitter, people have responded well. On youtube, there are a lot of positive responses, my co-workers are calling me say they have seen the video, and then, I see how people are looking at me when I go out, and some have even commented that they have seen the video on TVJ and CVM, the video is getting really nice rotation," he said. A few months ago, Gotrue was eking out an existence as a top executive in the dreary records management area of the insurance industry for the past 25 years. He then took advantage of a redundancy exercise to pursue his dream. He got together an all-star case of musicians including Lloyd Parkes, Kirk Bennett, Paul 'Wrong Move' Crosdale and Bobby Kalphat. Together, they created 'Jamaica Nice', a song carved in reggae oak, with rich melodies and a soothing acoustic vibe.
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