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March 31, 2014
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Cee Gee drops 'Slum Dog Millionaire'
Andrew Harris, Star Writer


Cee Gee

Up-and-coming artiste Cee Gee has dropped a new Dancehall single called 'Slum Dog Millionaire' as part of his many 2014 projects.

The artiste told THE STAR he is hoping to make his big break in music soon. "Well, I'm hoping for my time to come, when Jamaica will know that there are a lot of talented artistes like myself out there, who are doing well," he said. "Most of my songs are influenced by my experience and the changes I hope to see."

The name Cee Gee comes from the initials of the artiste's birth name, Cheston Grossett. He has been doing music since he was a student at Titchfield High School. He is from Portland, but spent most of his time in St Mary and St Ann. He made his debut in music industry after doing a song called Bronchitis for Rudelikedat Entertainment.

"Music is my passion and there is nothing better than doing what you love," said Grossett, who has worked with top deejay Beenie Man.

Some of his previous works include Sittn Sittn on Kurt Riley's Animal Instinct rhythm and Chat Some Supm, produced by ZJ Chrome on the Decibels rhythm. He said both songs are well known in Africa, particularly in Zimbabwe and Kenya. Chat Some Supm has more than 2,000 views on YouTube and Sittn Sittn almost 5,000, he said..

But Cee Gee is hoping that Slum Dog Millionaire, which is on the Fast Lane rhythm, a project of up-and-coming prodcer Baja Ajab will make him a household name in Jamaica.

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