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February 13, 2014
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Former Moments artiste goes solo
Rasbert Turner, Star Writer


Andrew Bonner - File

Fourth-place winner in the 2009 Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall competition, Andrew Bonner, is now forging a solo career path for himself.

Bonner, who formed one half of the duo Moments, says, so far, his career is poised for a positive journey in the industry.

'' I am now recording on the Zion Yard label in Old Harbour and I am very pleased with the way I feel connected to the team. So far, I have recorded a single title Journey and Forever and it's getting the blessings of mainstream media,'' Bonner said.

He told The STAR that his exposure on the talent show has helped him and he is just trying to further what he has learnt from the industry.

The Bannister resident says he is on a mission and intends to achieve his objective through the microphones.

Bonner also disclosed that he had other materials to hit the streets soon, and that all his materials are written by him and only offers positive messages.

''He has great potential and we are working with him to hone his craft as he only needs good management and guidance to turn the raw talent into gold,'' Dewayne 'Rich Wayne' Gonzales of Zion Yard Label said.

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