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April 16, 2014
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Steele reconnects with Jamaica


After being away from the Jamaican market for a while, international recording artiste Steele is ready to cement his Jamaican connection with 'She Believes in Me', and why not.

The singer hails from Lucea, Hanover, and has made the trek several times to his homeland to perform at Sumfest and other events.

The Kenny Rogers classic cover She Believes In Me, has already taken off in Canada and other countries.

"The song has been enjoying great play on radio and at dances in Canada. In England, it's a favourite for many. The video for the song is currently on YouTube and enjoys steady, real views. I want to share this song with the foundation. After all, it can only help when Jamaica endorses it," said Steele.

well overdue

The song is well overdue as far as the artiste is concerned.

He said it's been a while since he has released anything, personally, to Jamaica though he has been voicing for producers such as Computer Paul with his latest project being Who Jah Bless on Paul's 'Double Trouble' rhythm compilation.

The song is already receiving some amount of airplay in Jamaica, but Steele said from the feedbacks he has been receiving, it's just a matter of time before others are hooked on the reggae-flavoured version of the country hit.

Steele, known for his many hits over the year, songs such as Let's Stay Together, Another Confrontation, Slave Drive, and duets with Queen Ifrica and reggae crooner George Nooks, said the plan is to be more 'visible' in Jamaica.

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