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January 28, 2014
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Wayne Marshall promotes 'Tru Colors' ... using broadband technology

Wayne Marshall and Gail Abrahams, director, corporate communications, Columbus Communications, operator of Flow and Columbus Business Solutions, after a bout of interviews with overseas-based media in one of the company's conference rooms. - Contributed

'Tru Colors', Wayne Marshall's latest album, executively produced by Damian Marley, was released on Tuesday, January 21.

In preparation for the release, the artiste made a number of appearances to promote his album, locally and in various overseas markets.

Through the broadband technology of Columbus Communications, the artiste was able to connect with international media, which boosted his promotional efforts.

Wayne Marshall recently utilised one of the conference rooms at the Columbus Communications office to conduct international interviews, via video conference, ahead of the release of the album.

In promoting his debut album on the Ghetto Youths International label, Marshall was able to take advantage of the technology available from Columbus. He was able to participate in crystal clear video conference and phone calls with international journalists.

Flow provided the conference room and technological support to make the media interviews possible, as the artiste continues to generate momentum ahead of his latest album's release.

"Being here at the Flow office is wonderful. Of course I am a Flow customer, and a proud Flow customer. Everything has been smooth sailing with Flow, so it's always good to come and interact with the people who make the magic work. It was great, there were no problems doing the interviews, no glitches, nothing, it was good vibes all around," said Marshall.

In typical Wayne Marshall style, the deejay also took time out of his busy schedule to personally thank the Flow staff with a courtesy visit.

Marshall's, Tru Colors is his first album in the last 10 years and will be his first since teaming up with Damian 'Junior Gong' Marley, executive producer of the album. Ahead of its release, Tru Colors has already built up tremendous momentum with singles such as, Go Hard and Stupid Money.

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