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February 21, 2014
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Prince Levy hits with 'Take It Slow'

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Reggae singer, Prince Levy, is making a major breakthrough on the local music scene with his melodic hit, 'Take It Slow', co-produced by Jay Edge/Prince Levy Music.

"The reason I made the song was for Jamaican people and the world at large to be more conscious and collective in their doings enuh. So it is not just about relationships but also about the choices they have to make. It's never a bad idea to take it slow," Prince Levy said.

steady rotation

The official video for Take It Slow entered the HYPE TV Top 20 charts last week, and the song also hit the CVM Hitlist video countdown charts not long after he premiered it on the popular countdown show. The song has also received steady rotation on RE TV and CVM Plus.

"It's a great look!" beamed the young man who hails from Roaring River, Westmoreland.

The song has given the artiste the platform to showcase his musical abilities to a larger international audience. Buoyed by the success of the single, he is gearing up to shoot a video for Ganja Hail, which he claims is the "anthem for all small and large-scale herb farmers".

"The video will be epic. It will represent the voice of Jamaica and the world. Pon a real, the music growing really fast enuh; and to all the ladies, thank you for your beautiful feedback, and yes my real name is Prince Levy," the 27-year-old heart-throb said.

A graduate of the University of West Indies where he read for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Language, Communication and Society, Prince Levy is now being managed by music insider Ryan Bailey.

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