Burro Banton releases 24 'Greatest Hits' - Twenty-four songs are included on veteran dancehall toaster Burro Banton's 'Greatest Hits' compilation, which was recently released by Massive B Records.
Burro Banton releases 24 'Greatest Hits'
Produced by Bobby Konders, the Greatest Hits package also features new track Chemist Inna Dis.
Konders explained that the new song was added to expose fans to the artiste's new music.
"Because we are promoting the new song with a video, we decided to
include it. Burro has a global fan base that would be interested in his
classics, as well as a new release," said Konders.
"There's no better time than now. Burro also tours regularly, and it's
good for his fans to get a package with his classic hits."
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