Muss Buss Feature

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November 12, 2015
Contributed Twanis Jahfori
Contributed Medician
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Medician

After several challenging years of trying to break into mainstream dancehall, recording artiste Everol 'Medician' Campbell is finally reaping the rewards of his hard work with his latest effort Taxi Driver.

Produced by Audiotraxx Productions, the single is enjoying premium rotation on a number of popular radio stations. Medician is very pleased with the progress of the song which has taken on a life of its own in the streets especially among taxi drivers. He said the song has even spawned a new viral street slang called 'one 'n' move'. "The song a deal with the streets a way especially in Spanish Town and the surrounding communities. Every taxi have it playing right now because is their song and radio taking onto the thing as well so it's a really good look. From you listen the lyrics you will see why them love it and the slang a run the place right now the rest of Jamaica soon catch on to it," said the artiste who hails from Bamboo Ridge in Barton, St Catherine

To vote for Medician to be featured on SunCity Radio's World Premier Tuesdays on November 17, log on to The Jamaica Star's Facebook page and like his video: Taxi Driver. Voting ends Monday at 11 a.m.

Twarnis Jahfori

He hails from March Pen in Spanish Town and now Ontwayne 'Twarnis Jahfori' Rodway is hoping to get hsi 'buss' in the entertainment industry. "My songs have strong messages for my people," he stated. The Rastafarian is promoting his latest single Upliftment, which speaks about the lack of opportunities for youths living in the ghetto. "The youths need to stay motivated and focused in order to succeed. I also have other songs promoting such as Babylon No Love, Give Thanks and So Long," he said. The up-and-coming artiste is signed to Jah Works Entertainment.

To vote for Twarnis Jahfori to be featured on SunCity Radio's World Premier Tuesdays on November 17, log on to The Jamaica Star's Facebook page and like his video: Upliftment. Voting ends Monday at 11 a.m.

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