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May 21, 2014
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Temperature releases 'Call Me Back'
Horace Fisher, Star Writer


London-based promoter/deejay, David 'Temperature' Anderson, has had enough of people ringing his mobile and hanging up, and/or asking that he return calls.

He has hit back with a sharp-biting single, Call Me Back.

Temperature, whose musical career began as a deejay, before venturing into events production in England, the United States, Canada and Jamaica, said the practice of "call and hang up" is widespread, and has taken on a cultural undertone, becoming the norm for people to communicate, especially females.

"It happens every single day, and it can be annoying at times. It is such a common practice for persons, especially women, to ring and expected you to return the call, even if they have $50,000 call credit on their phones," Temperature complained.

Call Me Back was recorded at Tuff Gong Recording Studio, St Andrew, on Temperature Entertainment's 'Cutlass' rhythm, and will be released at the end of May, accompanied by a video he recently shot.

He said the video production team, headed by United Kingdom movie producer, Tony Ra, did an excellent job in the production of the video.

After the official release, both productions will be available online for download from iTunes and Amazon.

Temperature is already getting requests and enquiries from other artistes wanting to voice on the new rhythm.

Anderson, chief executive officer of Temperature Entertainment, which produces the annual Clarendon Music Awards, High Schools Link Up, Spanga Bunga Wata Party, and other local shows, reiterated, "If you don't have any credit, just forget it."

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