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May 27, 2014
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Good rotation for Mr West's 'Supm Haffi Gwaan'

Misa West

Economical depression, poverty, lack of jobs, high cost of living, and financial distress only represent a fraction of the numerous issues addressed by reggae artist Misa West in his latest single, Supm Haffi Gwaan.

Misa West is disgusted with the way poor people are being treated and recorded the song for all who are faced with the above-mentioned struggles. This reggae single was released on March 18, 2014, on the Cr3 Record Label and distributed by VPAL Music (a subdivision of VP Records Label) and has made rounds on the international music scene.

Supm Haffi Gwaan has been featured on the TuneGeni iTunes Reggae Chart in countries such as Belize, Ireland, Germany, Greece, Finland, Ghana, Kenya, Fiji, the United States of America, the United Kingdom and others.

The song is also gaining rotation on Intobeats FM in the UK, Hitz92 FM, Irie FM, Bess FM, Newstalk 93FM, and others.

Misa West has landed several interviews, in one of which an interviewer referred to the song as an anthem. She also stated that "an army of persons could march and chant out Supm Haffi Gwaan'"

Misa West heard the cries of the people and has given them a voice and hope so that they can fight to see another day.

"In spite of the hardships we are faced with, we need to get up, launch out, and make something work for us," Misa West said.

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