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Bahamian artiste Shiraz and Dancehall Selector Hottaball creating waves

Hottaball%26Shirazsexygirlsnaked.jpgShiraz is an artist that came down to Jamaica to pursue a career in music. After a long hard road of learning the music business, traveling between New York, Bahamas and Jamaica, Shiraz has obtained a great deal of respect and success within Jamaica and abroad. With a bag full of hits to be released, high performance energy, this artist hailing from the Bahamas is bound to take the world by storm.

Shiraz is currently promoting his new single "Make Them Run" Featuring Hottaball on the brand new blazing hot, "Step Off Riddim" produced by Kevin "Iceberg" Blake. This crossover, up tempo dancehall song, is currently receiving respect from a lot of radio DJ's and sounds
systems. Shiraz has done shows in places like Chicago, New York, and in his home country Bahamas. Shiraz is currently in Jamaica recording a number of singles for his album. Make Them Run is currently receiving a lot of radio play and with their new video, directed by
Smokey and the Game Over family this new act will set his mark in the business. This is sure to be a chart topper in Jamaica and abroad


Comments (1)


Posted by ananymous | June 5, 2008 3:37 PM

Now that reggae has taken off big time all over the world, all roads lead to Jamaica. Everyone wants to get on the band wagon; fly by day and pitch by night; according to Bob Marley many people just want to husstle the industry to make money,and I totally agree with him. "Crossover up tempo dancehall songs" my ass, they are just diluting our Jamaica Reggae music, which in my opinion is not pure anymore because of money. I wish you all would promote more of our talented Jamaican singers so that our reggae music, which we are sharing with the world, will always be remembered as "Jamaican Music" instead some water-down dancehall mix under the name of "Cross Over reggae dancehall...."
Those are my comments.

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