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April 11, 2014
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M-Gee finds success with 'Eva Clean'


After challenging years of trying to break into mainstream dancehall, recording artiste Garfield Stewart is finally seeing the fruits of his labour.

Known by the moniker M-Gee, this Maxfield Avenue resident has the streets buzzing with his new single, Eva Clean, which continues to saturate airwaves and party hot spots across the island.

An official video for the project premiered on CVM TV's Hit-List show recently. Eva Clean is the follow-up to Neva Come See, featured on the Sunrise Rhythm.

"Me happy with how the streets ah embrace Eva Clean. I never expected the song to pick up so quickly, but I believe it's because of the amount of promotion we have been putting behind the project. Right now the video is out and I've been getting a lot of positive feedback from fans, especially in the street and on social media. Big up every radio, CD and sound man that give me a strength. a just more work for 2014," M-Gee added.

No stranger to the Jamaican music landscape, M-Gee emerged on the scene three years ago and has been steadily making a mark for himself with singles such as Prefer Cheap, Back Pocket Hail, Hypocrite, Di Gyal Dem and Di Wine. He has also performed at major events such as Sting 2012, Follow Di Arrow 2013 and the 2013 Penn Relays After-Party with Lady Saw in Philadelphia.

For 2014, M-Gee is focused on expanding his brand by doing more collaborative projects with local and international acts, some of whom will also be featured on his debut album.

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