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May 6, 2013
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Singa J shot 'Stay Away' video


Black Roses recording artiste Singa J shot a video for the breakout single, 'Stay Away' last week. The video featured scenes shot in a posh house in upper St Andrew.

"The video shoot was a big success. The house scenes were incredible. We have a couple of bedroom scenes with her packing a bag and leaving me and some love-making scenes, the romance aspect tun up. The lead girl inna the video hot. This is a definite statement video for me and it a go mek the girls dem heart melt," Singa J said in a release.

The video was directed by Terminal 4 Media.

Stay Away has been put in regular rotation on FM radio, and the video's release this week will amp up things to the next level. Heavyweight disc jocks like Big A, Johnny Kool, and Ice have been spinning the record. Stay Away was co-written with fellow artiste Nicky B and released on the One Life rhythm for Never Sleep Productions.

"It's a great look. Stay Away a shot every day when it play pon the radio. Mi phone blow up," he said.

Singa J, along with close friend Mega Banton, has been confirmed to perform at this year's annual Best of the Best concert in Miami.

He recently signed a recording and management deal with Michael Moore, son of the late William 'Willie Haggart' Moore, the reputed leader of the Black Roses Crew.

"Right now, Black Roses a push my career to the next level. Dem a put a major push inna mi career, and mi see it already a pay off inna the streets and on the radio. Right now, the boss caan wait fi this video drop fi push it all over inna some markets all over the world," he said.

Late last year, the artiste enjoyed a resurgence in his career with the great success of the Gangnam Badman Style remix that became a huge hit in the dancehall. The song and video, inspired by South Korean rapper Psy's Gangnam Style worldwide smash, has generated over 400,000 hits on YouTube.

Singa J's bookings are handled by Real Mad Entertainment and Cariblink. He recently recorded a song called Pon Di Counter for producer DJ Frass and another called Sugar Love for JRK Music.

"More in the pipeline, and mi a go do some work on a new rhythm for Black Roses production," Singa J said.

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