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May 29, 2014
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'Africa' to introduce Jahn Naddo to mainstream

Jahn Naddo - Contributed

Fast-rising producer and artiste, Jahn Naddo, is confident that his latest-released studio effort will bring him into music mainstream, after years of knocking.

The multifaceted artiste, real name Ardo Wright, spoke with great optimism about his project, which is a single titled Africa on his Sweet Africa rhythm.

The rhythm was produced by Jahn Naddo's label, Undagrung Muzik Group, and features other acts such as Hitdon with Pagon A Work Hard and Rasta Youth's We Special, featuring DJ Berry.

Jahn Naddo's Africa also boasts a music video, which is currently number one on Hit List's On The Rise music chart, directed by Cornelius Grant. The projects were released last month.

Since their release, the songs as well as the music video, have been receiving plenty of positive feedback in key music circles. This, according to the Waterhouse-native, has encouraged him to believe a turning point is drawing near.

"They are three good songs, with very serious and different topics. I expect these to be the breakthrough materials because we have always been doing good music but getting very limited attention. Now everyone is giving us positive feedback," he said.

The Sweet Africa rhythm serves as the label's first in-house project in 2014. It also comes just after they produced Junior Reid's Living Legend single from his most recent album, releasing this year.

"The work a push through from all angles," said Jahn Naddo, adding that the public must expect plenty of new materials from label artistes Hitdon, Neutron Obliv, Rasta Youth, G Freezy and Swaggis.

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