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March 24, 2014
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'Reggae Inna Jeggae' making strides
Chad Bryan, Star Writer

Noah Landale

Former Tastee Talent competition finalist, Noah Landale, is currently making the rounds with his latest singleReggae Inna Jeggae.

Now based in the UK, Landale last year got some attention in Britain with the single, My Kinda Girl. The accompanying video has so far garnered more than 200,000 views on YouTube.

Reggae Inna Jeggae was produced by More Music Productions.

The singer, who is originally from St Catherine, began singing in the church before following his musical aspirations of being a reggae artiste. "My comfort zone is being on stage in front of people. I like to experience rocking the audience, communicating with them and being in control. I am a very dominant performer," Noah shared in an interview recently.

Noah describes his style of music as mainstream reggae. "My sound has strong crossover appeal, jumping on beats from pop or rap to anything you can name like a car weaving through the lanes of a fast-moving highway," he explained.

A former finalist in the 1997 Tastee Talent competition, Noah relocated to London seeking the big break he craved. Despite a series of misfortunes, he remained determined and did work with producer T Xpress.

"Reggae Inna Jeggae is about feeling good. The moment you listen to my music you start nodding your head and that's a good thing," said Noah.

He is being represented by the UK-based Blue Rain Entertainment. He has performed on major shows and festivals in the UK, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Ireland, Denmark and Italy.

Landale recently collaborated with dancehall artiste Bramma. He has also recorded for Big Ship and Sweat Boxx Productions.

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