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International reggae artiste Chaka Demus has teamed up with a female singer Jojo Mac to record a reggae-flavoured song called 'I'm In Love', which is a single from Chaka Demus' soon-to-be-released album, 'Chaka Demus: Second Coming' on the Fire N Ice Records label.
"Since 'I'm in Love' was released on July 23rd, I have been getting a lot of positive feedback from radio stations all over the world, and by all indications, the song is going to do well in the Caribbean and European markets," Chaka Demus said. Chaka Demus said that he recognized JoJo Mac's talents and decided to do a collaboration with her to boost her profile. "JoJo Mac is a very good songwriter and a talented woman as she is also a journalist who wrote a weekly column in a newspaper. She is a friend of songwriter Winston Solomon who had written my part for 'Tease Me' years ago. Solomom also wrote my part of the song for this single, while JoJo Mac wrote her part. I wanted to give her chance and I love how the song turned out," he said.
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