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Big buzz for Reggae Singer Prince Levy's 'Take It Slow'
United States-based reggae recording artiste, Prince Levy, is regarded as one of the best new reggae vocalists to have emerged in 2014 based on the buzz around his radio hit single, Take It Slow.
The song has been receivinggreat rotationon all radio stations while the video is in regular rotation on TV and cable stations across Jamaica and has now been made available on iTunes, Amazon, and Google play.
"I just want to saymaximum respect to allselectorsisland-wide and big up to every selector who plays Prince Levy and supports good music," Prince Levy said.
In the meantime,Take It Slow is now on Hype TV's Top 20 and has been given recognition as one of the hottest entries on CVM's Hitlist based on votes from his adoring fans. He did a few interviews on local TV programmes such as CVM and FIWI Choice. The publicity gave Prince Levy his first little nudge, and his work did the rest, capturing listeners from all over the world. Beat blogs heralded him as a new independent force in the global beat scene.
"I am extremely humbled. This is just an example that substance is better thanego any day," he said.
Prince Levy has just finished shooting a stylish video for his follow-up single Ganja Hail, akaLondon Bridge, which will be premiered soon on TV. The song has also been racking up spins on FM radio.
Prince Levy has been applying the finaltouches to his album, which he hopes to release via independent distributors later this year.