Dance Hall Recording Artiste D’Judge Shines with “Me Love you Too"

by Tameka Chevannes /ZaZa

Dance Hall Recording Artiste D’Judge Shines with “Me Love you Too” D’Judge “Me Love you Too”, new banger, which should easily become the 2015 Summer Dancehall Anthem in Jamaica and beyond as the Single Cleverly showcases D’Judge versatility as he easily switches from Singing to Deejaying.

“Me love you Too” is a pulsating tune made for the clubs and the parties.

‘D’Judge’ not only possesses a wealth of musical style but his smooth and expressive voice and easy transitions make industry professionals compare him to the likes of “Vybz Kartel”, but with his own unique flow which makes him such a fine dancehall artist. His songs, which range from thoughtful and self-evoking messages ,social commentary to just party songs , shows that he is fully equipped to become one of the big Icons in the Industry and known worldwide.

Through his Record Label Courthouse Records formerly JW Muzik the link with Anju Blaxx and UIM was made, even though the “Me Love you too” was officially voiced for Anju Blaxx, UIM Producers see the release of this latest single ‘Me Love you Too”, as a definite Summer hit.
D’Judge has a thirty one Track plus one bonus Mixtape album, plus three singles out on Itunes and Three videos now in rotation on popular TV stations, including his hit single “Lifestory” which hit number two on Hype TV VTX Countdown to his credit.

He has performed in concert at the Bob Marley Birthday Bash in Negril and also Black History Month Concert in Portmore in February, added to his pending shows for the summer. You can Follow D’Judge on Instagram @djudge_untouchable or contact his PR Company for Bookings at

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