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May 22, 2014
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Black Judah in Jamaica to promote their new song
CURTIS CAMPBELL, STAR Writer


Entertainers Black Judah - File

America-based reggae/dancehall duo Black Judah are currently in Jamaica mastering and promoting their song 'Street Raiders', which features Jah Cure, Ginjah, Terry Ganzi and Nate Lion.

The duo also recorded a song called California Green, with American rapper Snoop Dog, also known as Snoop Lion.

"We had a collab with Snoop Lion and it went real well because it's one of those songs that kept us touring on the road. We dabble in roots reggae, dancehall and hip hop so we give a unique type of music because that is what the youth are listening to these days," Sugar Blacks of Black Judah told The WEEKEND STAR.

The new single Street Raiders documents some aspects of their life in the US, as well as experiences of some of their associates.

The artistes say the song was not originally written to become a collaboration; however, Jah Cure, Ginjah, Terry Ganzi and Nate Lion all wanted to be part of the project after hearing it the first time.

"We are in Jamaica to do mastering as well as to do some aggressive promotions and get some radio play. We will also be at some parties getting the song played on the sound systems because it is that type of vibe, it has that edge," Sugar Black said.

Street Raiders was produced by Gorilla Status records and will be available for purchase on iTunes and other outlets. It will also be featured on their soon-to-be released EP called Music and Me.

curtis.campbell@gleanerjm.com

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