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Prince Levy buns out the 'Plastic Ras' @one876 @bounce876 @princelevy Featured

Entertainment News Written by  AKA Wednesday, 06 August 2014 11:39 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Reggae music has been at the forefront local and abroad for years, since the days of Bob Marley. However artists have been attempting to cash in locks for music sales.

" Well, I say the truth is within, we need to teach di youth dem dat. The christian dem a preach, di man dem wid locks a preach. Too much preaching, Jah nuh care wah u look like, eyeball dat," said Prince Levy who is following up from his singles released earlier this year : Take It Slow, Deep Feelings and London Bridge aka Ganja hail. He also released videos for his singles that charted number one on local tv. The artist has been making waves across fm radio, locally and internationally. With this, he releases another single, Plastic Ras who some believe is aimed at the many current artist who change their identity to trick the crowd or as he puts it "Ras fi go pon reggae show, plastic Ras get melt way!" Reggae and dancehall gone beyond di physical seen.

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