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Frisco Kid to drop 'Number One Girl' this week Featured

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Frisco Kid will be releasing a new single called 'Number One Girl' with Stephen 'Di Genius' McGregor this week, and he has another single called 'Gal World' for the brilliant producer, Sean 'Seanizzle' Reid.    "Right now, the ting tun up, mi just write a new song that mi ready fi voice this week. Mi ah come fi represent fi the music," he said.  
 
Born Steve Wray in west Kingston, Frisco Kid became known for songs such as Big Speech, on the Pepper Seed rhythm; Lion Paw, Round Here, Tell Me Why, Pop Pop Off and other hits. Years passed, however, and nothing more was heard from the artiste. 
 
 
"Everything takes a little time out now and again, rebuild your energy, full joy the work yuh put in. Yuh haffi tek out a little time for the family and yourself," he said.
 
Frisco Kid said he is more than confident he can make a comeback. 
 
"I've been doing it ova di years, touch di scene from 1992 and had the hits come up in the '90s. Cool out '99 and come back wid Round Here, Lion Paw. Cool off another year then come back wid Tell Me Why. Break again and come back with Look What Dem Done. Mi still a tour, still a do mi ting. Our tune cannot dead, dem represent life, dem still relevant. My music dem nuh just play dis week and dead next week, dem represent everyday activity and livity," he told one876entertainment.com 
 
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