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Macka Diamond 'shakes' her way to new hit song @mackadiamond1 Featured

Entertainment News Written by  Saturday, 10 September 2016 23:43 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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  Who knew that dancehall star Macka Diamond could ride a bike? The Money Goddess admitted that she knew some basic motorbike moves but did not do any complex stunts like a 'wheelie' or a 'burnout' during a video shoot held at the offices of Superior Parts, Hagley Park Road last week.  
"The executives at Superior were very gracious to allow us to use their facility to shoot the video. They loved the song, and they are also promoting a new bike,  so they have decided to team up with us to give away a bike to the best female who can 'shake'," she said. 
 
The 'Shake' song is produced by New York-based producer Dorian Besson and well-known producer Michael 'Yahbell' Bell on their new Minx riddim on the Brukkout Production label. The song is enjoying favourable rotation on HITZ, IRIE and ZIP. 
 
"The video will be released next week, the song is doing very well in the street dances all over the Corporate Area as well, the selectors say 'Macka yu find it again!'," she said, laughing. 
 
In the meantime, the star's  'Chinese Jordan' counteraction video has been generating a lot of heat on social media, with some fans praising the track on Macka Diamond's YouTube and Instagram. The song is also on Blacker's Top 20 chart. 
 
 
She is booked for a couple of shows in Central America this September. 
 
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