Dancehall Artist Flexxx Releases "Work n Party" Video Featuring with D'east

by DHRW
(Jamaica)

It has been a busy year thus far for Omar Henry better known as Flexxx. The prolific dancehall artist has been hard at work in studio releasing various hits such as "Want Yuh" (Bad Gal riddim), "Miyumbeh" featuring Ninja Kid, "Chat Too Much" (Grave Digger riddim) and "What Do U Want" amongst others.


With the growing success of his latest release "Work N Party", Flexxx has released a video featuring D'East. The fun video was directed by ShortFilmz Jamaica. The song co written by featured rising dancehall artist D'East and Flexxx was produced by Markus Records on the "Bar Bounce" .

Spearheaded by Markus Myrie, eldest son of legendary Grammy award winner Buju Banton Markus Records". The riddim also features Grammy award winner Beenie Man and billboard top charting Mavado. The complete riddim is available on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital.

In case you missed it, check out Flexxx's performance at the Mani Birth Night Celebration on April 19 at the Buxton Community Center grounds, Guyana, alongside; Bounty Killer, I-Octane, Spice, Kalado, Kibaki and Guyanese artiste Fojo. (PERFORMANCE FOOTAGE). Flexxx will be heading to London for a promotional tour starting August 24th, but fans won't have to wait to see him, as he will be celebrating his birthday with a bash on July 21st, 2013!

Look out for upcoming releases "Move Out A Mi Way" (Rich Life riddim), "Dem Gal Yah" (ReEntry Riddm) and "Nuh Lickie Lickie" (3D Riddim) coming soon.

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