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February 28, 2013
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Colah Colah climbs musical ladder

Colah Colah - file

Stephan Bygrave aka Colah Colah continues to make strides on the local music scene.

The Rastafarian reggae singer who is known for songs such as Steady Meadi and Survival, is currently enjoying strong rotation with his latest single titled The Bees on the Basco imprint.

"Right now, I am getting a lot of support from radio DJs all over the world. They are playing several tracks from my album called Networks. The one getting the most play is a tune called The Bees. I am very happy and appreciative for all that's going on with my music right now."

According to Colah Colah, the attention his single is enjoying has helped to increase his popularity both locally and abroad.

"Everywhere I perform people know the song and because of this song a lot of people know me now. Everywhere I walk in the streets people are calling out my name and asking me to sing The Bees. I've also been getting a lot of requests for overseas shows especially in Europe, and my management is currently working on a tour for me," he said.

The accompanying music video for The Bees is set for release before the end of the month.

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