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March 31, 2014
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Bugle, Lady Saw score big 'Infidelity'

( L - R ) Lady Saw, Bugle

The song 'Infidelity' by Bugle and dancehall queen Lady Saw continues to make inroads both on the charts and on radio. The song is also a favourite at dances across the island.

Infidelity is produced by UIM Records.

In a media release, Bugle was quite upbeat about the success of the song and its rise on the charts.

"Well I believe in my work and know that if people do take the time out to listen to my music they will respond to it in a positive way, so from the moment I did that song with Lady Saw I knew it could be a huge hit so it was expected," Bugle shared.

The dancehall artiste, known for hits such as Nuh Compatible and What I'm Gonna Do (Exercise Everyday), said he decided to collaborate with Lady Saw to give the song some more legs.

"I actually recorded the whole song and love it but think it would be more effective with a female on it. I had other females in mind but think Lady Saw would be the perfect candidate for this job," Bugle explained.

Another track from Bugle that has been making steady progress is Anointed. Aside from Anointed and Infidelity, Bugle has a number of recently released songs, including No Regards, Dem Caan Know and Wrong Priority.

The deejay will host the upcoming Portmore Awards show. He is also booked for the Barbados Reggae Festival as well as the Best of the Best concert in Miami.

The launch of Bugle's debut album will take place on May 8 at Hope Gardens in Kingston. The 16-track album features collaborations with Julian Marley, Tarrus Riley, Alaine, I Octane, Popcaan and Lady Saw among others.

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