Don Andre` Breaks Down British Slang “In it (Ain’t It)”
Hot newcomer, Don Andre` is keeping his momentum on a high with a brand new release titled, “In It (Ain’t It).” The track premiered earlier this week on Jamaica’s popular radio station, Zip FM.
Don Andre` explained what the song was all about, “The term “In It (Ain’t It)” is just an English figure of speech that is frequently used amongst youths aging from as young as five years old. None British people are usually fond of this slang, so I thought it would a great idea to make a song about the term, In it.”
“In It (Ain’t It).”” was produced by prominent radio personality, ZJ Dymond’s Full Chaarge Records. The single will be available via all major music outlets for pre-order on September 9th, with an official release on September 23rd. The track is distributed by 21st Hapilos.
Don Andre` came to prominence via his remake of the Shabba Ranks classic, “Needle Eye”, which peaked at #1 in Costa Rica. He has been nominated as Best New Artiste of the year for the prestigious IRAWMA, among other awards. His ”Tom Cruise” single and dance move are also top contenders in their relevant categories.