Bussweh promotes responsible drinking

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November 19, 2015
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Reggae-dancehall artiste Bussweh recently released 'Ina me longtime' on the Booming Ball rhythm, produced by St Ann-based recording label, Osujah Records.

The single, which has since been gaining momentum at weekly street events and in the clubs, is expected to become one of the local 'party anthems' in coming weeks, as it promotes responsible drinking among party-goers.

Bussweh, born Cornel Moodie, who hails from St Mary, has been on the music scene for some time now, and is known for his ability to produce smooth melodies, combined with out-of-the-box topics, which culminates to produce hit bound singles.

Some of these singles include Why Why, We Nah Waste Nuh Time, Up Up We Deh, to name a few. "I wrote and recorded this song with the intention of letting my fans know that it is ok to drink, but to do so

responsibly. So far, the response is good, as

expected, and the wider audience are now gravitating to it," Bussweh said.

To learn more about Bussweh and his music visit www.youtube.com/bussweh music or www.facebook.com/bussweh

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