'Chrome Whine' success pleases Don Andre
Britain-based dancehall artiste Don Andre says he is impressed with the performance of his latest single, 'Chrome Whine'.
The dance, which is the new craze among females in the dancehall, is a move created by Nikki Chromazz, who is also featured on the single with Don Andre.
"Chrome Whine is doing very well across the world. Once the record comes on, the ladies go crazy. They know the move and they love the song," said Don Andre.
"I get videos daily from the United States, Europe, Canada and even South America with this single shaking up the club scene. It's big in London and added to the playlists of major stations - Capital Xtra, BBC 1Xtra and BBC Radio," he added.
The artiste said these stations have also picked up his other single, Shake It, a collaboration with Razor B produced by True Blue.
Don Andre said the success of these recent singles is a blessing.
"It proves a lot of people wrong. The speculation was that I wouldn't have another successful dance track shortly after the mega hit, Tom Cruise," he said.
The music video for Chrome Whine was premiered on his VEVO channel, and within its first two days it had 50,000 views.
Chrome Whine was shot on location in Kingston and in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. It was directed by Peter Parkkerr and produced by Daddy Biggs.
The single is now available on iTunes from Heavy Weight Productions.