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RHYME MINISTER ROLLS WITH 'KILLAZ AND KILLAZ' Featured

Archive Written by  AKA Monday, 07 October 2013 06:44 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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With a brash name like Rhyme Minister, you can bet that expectations are high for this Montego Bay-based deejay. And he is living up these lofty expectations with a slew of brilliant singles, the most popular of which is 'Killaz and Killaz'.
The songs have cemented his place as an underground star in the grimy ghettos of Montego Bay. Singles such as 'Shub Out', 'One Umbrella', 'Push Forward', and the witty 'Desert Eagles' are already anthems on the lips of teenagers in the second city. "Killaz and Killaz ah one of the biggest songs in Montego Bay now, every go go club and dance it ah play inna right now. The song also a generate a good vibe in places like Negril, Sav and all over Westmoreland and Hanvoer. The buzz is so good, right now, we're planning to shoot a video next month for it," Rhyme Minister said. He has developed a very strong following in Montego Bay and his songs are fixtures on underground mixtapes and clubs in western Jamaica.
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