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Zumjay returns from Middle East tour of duty Featured

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DJ Zumjay, who is now a member of the US Army, has completed his second tour of duty and returned to the United States to spend time with his family.

"I will be coming to Jamaica at the end of this month to continue to promote my Move It Around single plus record some new tracks with Lenky, and other local producers. But in the meantime, I am looking forward to spending time with my family, my wife and my two year old daughter
who I haven't seen in several months," Zumjay said.

The deejay who is known for hits such as Zumjay News, Courtney and I'm High, was last in the island during the Summer to shoot a music video for Move It Around with acclaimed video director Jay Will.

Zumjay said that reggae music is very popular in the Middle East, as dancehall-influenced artistes like Sean Kingston and Sean Paul songs can be heard every day on the radio; Shaggy and Beenie Man songs play occassionally. In his spare time, Zumjay writes songs, surfs the internet to see what's happening in the western hemisphere and reads the Bible.

Despite the length of his deployment in the Middle East, Zumjay kept in touch with some of his close friends such as Asssassin, Sean Paul, Future Fambo, producers Jason "Jigzagula" Henriques and Steven "Lenky" Marsden. Keep up with Zumjay at or



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