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December 20, 2013
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Synnus scores big with new single 'Go Go Business'

Synnus

Dancehall artiste Synnus has released a new single titled 'Go Go Business', which was produced by Kingston-based music label DJ Kunteh Records.

The song, which was officially released on December 7, has been a favourite for most people since it came to the fore. It was also premiered on local radio last weekend and has quickly become part of disc jocks' playlists.

a very good 2013

The very determined Synnus, real name Adrian Campbell, has enjoyed a very good 2013 musically. He has already garnered plenty traction from his previously released songs Tired Of The 9-5, produced by his own Warmandeasy Recordz, and Sweden's Uptown Skunkaz;Wild Animal and Show Mi Face, produced by Africa's Rymzo Production; and Better Life and Memories, also produced by his label.

Now, the St Mary-born deejay, who admires musical greats such as Bob Marley, Jimmy Riley, Shaggy, and Mavado as role models, is back again with the release of Go Go Business in an attempt to further heighten his standing as a force in dancehall.

"The song is doing well in the streets and on radio thus far. A lot of promotion will be invested in this song because it is easy to catch and everyone seems to love it already," said Synnus.

The young deejay, supported by manager Russell Reid, and road manager Cena Ross, believes he is nearer to achieving a breakthrough in music given the support and encouragement he encounters on a daily basis from his fans, family, and friends.

"Everybody is behind me, encouraging me at the moment. That gives me a lot of confidence - that my time is nearer than what I really think. Plus, my music gets better each time," he said.

Synnus is also set to release a song featuring him and reggae veteran Jimmy Riley titled Only Reggae Music on a one-drop rhythm.

'Everybody

is behind me, encouraging me at the moment. That gives me a lot of confidence - that my

time is

nearer than what I really think.'


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