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March 7, 2014
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Huntah finds success with 'Will You Remember Me'

Huntah - Contributed

Dancehall artiste, Huntah aka Dewayne Jones, grew up in the community of New Longville in Clarendon, but determined to become a successful recording artiste, he made the move to Kingston in 2001.

Since then, he has been working hard to fulfill his dreams of becoming a top act in the dancehall world.

"Before I came to Kingston, I felt that I was ready to take on the big stage and run with the big names in the industry. But the music biz does not work like that, it takes patience, dedication and lots of hard work to make it in the business. Over the last few years, I have learned a lot about the music and I have also done a lot of work. Full credit must be given to my mentor Marvin Williams, he has taught me a lot," said Huntah.

Huntah is currently enjoying much attention with a song titled Will You Remember Me featuring Ghost from the Monster Shack Crew.

"This song is getting a lot of love on the airwaves, it's getting a lot of support from DJ's like Ron Muschette, Elise Kelly, Garfield Hamilton and Rodrick Howell. Everywhere I go, I get a lot of good comments about it."

The supporting music video for the single, which was shot and directed by Outaroad Filmz, is also doing well. It is currently receiving heavy rotation on a number of TV stations including CVM Plus, HYPE TV, RE TV and Swag TV.

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