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June 9, 2014
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Visit to Ja inspires D'Styngray lastest studio effort

D'Styngray - Contributed

Jamaica-born UK entertainer D'Styngray, has joined forces with producer Baby G for his latest project.

D'Styngray explains that the track, dubbed They Don't Care, is a cry for the Jamaican people who are forced to live without basic needs.

The reggae singjay was moved to write the song after he visited his homeland on vacation and saw that in the 21st century, many people are still living without proper running water, electricity and road facilities.

"After having a conversation with an elderly woman in a rural community, I was troubled to see the conditions in which people lived. I asked the woman about how she's coping and she said they don't care in reference to the Government and that's how the song They Don't Care was born," D'Styngray explains.

D'Styngray is featured on the Work Permit rhythm produced by Baby G and Yard Vibes Entertainment.

Other acts on the rhythm include Beenie Man, Popcaan, Alkaline and Bugle.

Meanwhile, D'Styngray is currently adding the final touches to his latest single Captivate Me, produced by German producer No Gimmicks on the Captivation rhythm.

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