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December 2, 2013
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Famous Twenty's 'Let's Have A Party' on the rise

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King Dreams Records artiste Famous Twenty has been aggressively promoting the single, 'Let's Have A Party', which features the ice-cream smooth vocals of Malica, over the past few weeks.

"The video has been getting some great rotation on cable TV, I am getting a lot of attention in the streets, and the promotion is working because the song is now on a number of mixtapes coming out for the Christmas," Famous Twenty said.

In the last month, he has done interviews on RJR, HITZ FM, HYPE TV, FIWI Choice, and on Suzie Q's 'Video Alley' on TVJ.

"People have now begun to recognise me in the streets, so I know it is working. whenever the video plays, my phone blows up, people are loving the energy. Now, I am working with my record label to gain some traction for the song in the US with the radio stations over there," he said.

The single appears on the King Dreams Records imprint, and is already getting play at some of the street dances in the Corporate Area.

"Before I leave in December to do promotions in the US, I plan to do road hard, every street dance, every spot where people gather, mi ah go give out hundreds of CDs so the people can have the music. Right now, I am trying to make links with the disc jockeys, and some of them have reached out to me because they love the song, so it is a great look," he said.

Fans can watch the video on YouTube at http://youtube/ lEIpDnpIAcg.

Famous Twenty is the grandson of reggae crooner Alton Ellis. He has fast developed a reputation for his 'swaggerific' dance moves and his amazing fashion sense, as well as his brilliant lyrical flow. Just listen to Let's Have A Party and you soon realise he can flow bar to bar with the best young deejays in the game today.

"I just want people to recognise me for me. I give thanks for my grandfather who set the musical legacy for us to follow on, but I want to make it on my own steam. I am not trying to ride on the great legacy he created, I want to add to it," he said.

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