Charly Black dropped new single 'We Nah Beg' produced by Seanizzle Records
Dancehall entertainer Charly Black has released his first track for 2013, which is a single titled We Nah Beg for Seanizzle Records.
The track speaks of total independence and according to the popular record music producer, the street has already taken a liking to it.
"The track is definitely for the streets. It speaks of independence and for people who work hard for what they want. So far the reception has been good because I mixed the song last week and premiered it at a party name Soak (held last Sunday in Ocho Rios) and the crowd loved it and begged for it to pull up. So, it is now for us to take it to the streets," Seanizzle said.
The track, according to Seanizzle, will be released to all radio stations and on iTunes sometime next week.
Since his musical breakthrough in 2007, Charly Black has maintained his standards of producing songs of such a nature while doing a mixture of songs for the more raunchy audience.
The proud Trelawny citizen believes this is another classic to be placed in his bag of hit songs.
"The song is already generating a buzz. The few people who got to hear it have already been talking about it. I believe this song will go very far, so I am going to put all the hard work into it," he said.
The deejay, who became prominent with Rich This Year, among other popular songs, said he is also getting things prepared for his soon-to-be-released debut album on his birthday, April 6. The album is yet to be named, but Charly Black is very confident of its success.
"The album preparation is going well. Everything is still being worked on at this moment so I don't want to say much about it, but the fans will definitely love it," he said. Read more about Charly Black here
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