Slughed Releases “Ghetto Youths Dem A Feel It”

Slughed Releases “Ghetto Youths Dem A Feel It” - Fast rising artiste Slughed found it with his newest single“Ghetto youths dem a feel it.”

The hard-working singer is confident that this single will do well locally and internationally.

The Krish Genius Music production was officially released on July 29, 2016,
and is available for purchase on all digital stores worldwide.

“Ghetto youths dem a feel it” is featured on the Bad World rhythm which
also features Ryme Minista, TeeJay and more the rhythm is distributed by
digital giants, Zojak Worldwide.

Slughed Releases “Ghetto Youths Dem A Feel It”

Slughed expressed how happy he was with the overall reception of the
song.

He shared, “The song has been getting some really good reviews and mi
thankful and happy for that. The song has garnered a lot of buzz from the
local radio stations.”
Upcoming Projects

Slughed is also working on some new project with various producers.
Fans of Slughed can also look out for the accompanying music videos for
“Ghetto youths dem a feel it.”

The official video was shot in Berrydale Portland Jamaica and is directed by
Ramon Lindsay of One view studio

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