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April 8, 2014
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High hopes in musical career for Ice Turner
Carl Gilchrist, Star Writer


Ice Turner's latest release, Mi Girl Fed Up, featuring Slick and produced by DJ Wally, is currently getting rotation and has left the singer full of confidence about the future of his career.

"I'm confident this song will do well for my career," Turner told The Star recently.

The new single follows several releases over the years by the Old Harbour, St Catherine-born, artiste. These include I Will Never Die, Gully Dance, Fake Friend, and an appearance on Dwayne Extreme's We Do This Every day.

Ice Turner, born Gayan Christopher Turner, realised his passion for singing at around age 11 and grew up listening to and being influenced by artistes such as Beenie Man, Buju Banton, and Beres Hammond.

His moniker, 'Ice', came from his Old Harbour high School schoolmates after he returned from England from visiting his father with a unique swag and a walk as if on ice.

Turner has appeared on several local stage shows, including Ninja Man Birthday Bash. He is currently working with the First Capital Team Show Off recording label.

With a style and personality of his own, Ice Turner is confident he can go far in the music business.

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