Munga still wants to take his place
With a wide array of productions set for release soon and even more currently being produced, dancehall artiste Munga Honourable is hoping that he can get back into the form that made him one of the top artistes at the end of the 2000s.
The Take My Place deejay said that he is currently putting the final touches on an EP that will consist of between seven and 10 tracks. The EP is tentatively titled Colours.
Working with a number of Montego Bay-based producers, he believes that they can come up with the formula to help him return to the pinnacle of dancehall music.
"We a do some work wid some MoBay producers. Dem reach out, and wi a reciprocate respect. Dem show respect fi want work with we, so it natural from wi reciprocate the respect," he explained.
And having recently released a number of songs, he said that more music from him will be dropping this weekend as he hopes to keep a constant presence on the music scene.
"A number of them (songs) were done for different producers, and a tomorrow dem set as the release date, so wi just work wid it," he told THE WEEKEND STAR.
"Mi have a few singles out now Gyal Magnet for JJ Wizzle, Luigi Society and Junior Bloodline Production. We have Nuh Fear Nobody at All by Damage Music, and mi have a next song a release next week called Link Up - is like a weekend-to-weekend kind of song," he explained.