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August 23, 2013
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Blacker, Miss Rose score hit with 'Ah Nuh Suh It Go'

Contributed - Blacker and Miss Rose.

Portmore-based deejay Blacker has done it again. He has an uncanny knack for hooking up with female artistesfor hit songs.

A few years ago, he scored an international hit, called Bun Him, with Macka Diamond. He is on the verge of another major chart scorcher with Ah Nuh Suh It Go, with talented rookie Miss Rose.

Since its release three months ago, the single has racked up more than 220,000 views on YouTube, which prompted them to do a video.

"I premiered the video on HYPE TV and CVM a few weeks ago and, mi ah tell yu, the song gone. Ah the gal dem anthem. This ah the fastest mi see a song tek off fi mi inna the YouTube era. The video came out three weeks ago, and, already, gone over 110,000 views," Blacker, who is also the host of a popular top-20 video-countdown show on LINKS TV, said.

'The video itself shot'

The song is a typical 'wife for life' vs matey song that the dancehall massive will enjoy. The video itself also features a hairdressing-salon scene which a female asks, "how some gal ah tek people man and ah trust nails? An nuh suh it go".

"The video itself shot, everybody ah talk bout it because it real, ah dem tings de happen inna Jamaica every day. The hair salon scene ah the talk of the town," an enthusiastic Blacker said.

Blacker's young protogé, Miss Rose, is based in the USA. She grew up listening to hip hop music, and, throughout her high school years, Rose wrote and performed songs in her hometown of Boston, MA, where she developed a loyal fan base.

After finishing college, Rose attended The New England Institute of Art and obtained a bachelor's degree in the fields of film and digital media as well as Radio and TV Broadcasting at the age of only 20.

Wanting to take her music career to another level, she started to write and record songs. She soon hooked up with Blacker forAh Nuh Suh it Go.

"Right now, the whole world wants to know who Miss Rose is ... she is of Trinidadian and Indian decent, but ah dancehall and hip hop she love, and, trust me, she ah work pon some new things that ah go lock down the world. Just stay tuned," Blacker said.

The video is in heavy rotation on HYPE, CVM, RE, E PLUS and LINKS TV. The video is #5 on the CVM Hitlist countdown and was named 'video of the week' on RDH TV in the United Kingdom.

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