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March 17, 2014
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Famous Twenty promotes 'Waay Up' in Jamaica

Famous Twenty

Multi-talented Florida-based dancehall artiste, Famous Twenty, was recently in the island promoting his new single 'Waay Up'. The track was produced by Errol 'Ajanie' Williams. It is featured on the Black Coffin rhythm.

Not only does he deejay, but Famous Twenty is a dancer. He is banking on his talent to make the breakthrough that he craves.

In a release to the media, Famous Twenty explained how he got involved in music. "Music was always been a huge part of me while growing up, but I really got started professionally in 2008 when I recorded the song Dagga Wok."

Famous Twenty is the grandson of the late Jamaican music pioneer Alton Ellis. Born Cary O'Connor, his mother is Georgia Ellis, the daughter of the late Alton Ellis.He joins a growing list of the elder Ellis' family members who have evolved into entertainment.

Famous Twenty is also quite active in sports. He plays cricket and football and is also a trained chef.

The eldest of six children for his parents, he was born in Trench Town, where he attended Holy Rosary Preparatory and later, Trench Town high.

His recordings include Chatty Mouth, Bad Without A Doubt, Swag Tun Up, and Let's Have A Party featuring singer Malica. Locally, his affairs are being handled by promotions guru, Andrew Powell.

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