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January 17, 2014
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'Time' for Dann I

Dann I - Contributed photos

Rising reggae singer, Dann I, has released the video for the single, Time. The song was produced by Sonny Spoon. It is also receiving favourable airplay on radio stations.

The video was directed by Ras Tingle. It was shot at several locations across the island, including Wickie Wackie in Bull Bay, St Andrew; Portmore, Caymanas Bay and Spanish Town, St Catherine, Clarendon, and St Elizabeth.

In a release to the media, Dann I spoke about the video and his upcoming performance at Rebel Salute.

"Well, I'm extremely enthusiastic about the release of this video, reason being, it is my first video as a solo act and I think it delivers an important message to the viewers and fans. It nicely portrays what the song is saying, a clean and natural video with amazing outdoor shots," Dann I explained.

A lot of work went into the making as well as the editing process of the video. "We literally went to pinnacles, through valleys and down a precipice shooting this video. In St Elizabeth heading to Negril to catch the sunset, we ended up in a terrible accident where the vehicle rolled down a gully with the whole team inside. But everyone came out unhurt, thanks to the Almighty, not even the camera was damaged. And we still continued shooting the following day. I really have to applaud my team for their work ethic. A lot of work went into the shooting, directing, and editing of this video," Dann I revealed.

Dann I said working with director Ras Tingle was a good experience. He described the director as a professional who is good with the camera and has a great vision for visuals.

The former Que member is gearing up for his performance at Rebel Salute in St Ann today.

"Fans can come out and enjoy an energetic live set with music to keep you moving. It will be uplifting and inspiring music for the mind, body, and soul. One love," Dann I said reassuringly.


Dann I (right) with director Ras Tingle (2nd right) and friends on the set of the video shoot.

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