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Ras Slick Literally Drops A "2020 Banger"
International recording artist Ras Slick kicked off the new year with what many are calling a tough track. His new single, titled "2020 Banger," is, according to several music industry insiders, a guaranteed hit.
Ras Slick has his songwriting skills on full display in this Caribbean-pop song. With a catchy chorus, and irresistible hook lines sprinkled throughout, 2020 Banger captivates its listeners and pulls them into Ras Slick's world.
ABOUT RAS SLICK Ras Slick hails from Westmoreland, Jamaica, where his strong and deeply rooted musical background can be traced back to his youth. Known for captivating performances, he is a rare blend of entertainer, astute entrepreneur, songwriter and cutting-edge music producer who brings a high level of energy, zeal and evident hard work to all his endeavors.
His music is stimulating, timeless and unique in style. With his electrifying band, Dutty Bus Crew, Ras Slick has stormed large and diverse audiences with distinct and relatable songs that showcase his beautiful voice.
Ras Slick has emerged as a prominent figure in reggae music. He has consecutively won Best Male Vocalist honors at the Washington DC Annual Reggae Music Awards (ARMA).
He has graced respected stages such as Carifesta and Linganore Caribbean Wine Festivals, the Grace Jamaican Jerk Festival, the Jamaica Music Conference in Kingston, and the DC World Reggae Festival with Shabba Ranks, Chronixx and Toots & the Maytals.
He has opened for reggae icons including his musical idol Beres Hammond, Sizzla, Morgan Heritage, Iba Mahr, Luciano, Tarrus Riley and Jesse Royal.
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