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June 18, 2014
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Denny to the Fray shows musical range in new single

Denny to the Fray - Contributed

Entertainer Denny to the Fray takes a break from reggae and proves he can switch genres, firmly throwing his hat into the dancehall ring with his newest release Baby.

Baby was officially released in January 2014 through 21st Hapilos Entertainment Distribution. Produced by Frayland Records/Kingston Elites, the video was officially released last month. Directed by Nackesha Doyley (Music Industry Achievers Awards/MIA Production CEO) the video was filmed at a private condo in Manor Park, Kingston.

Born Denny Fray Walcott in Lionel Town, Clarendon, Denny to the Fray migrated to Toronto for 15 years, which explains his signature Canadian patois twang. He studied at Sheridan College where he got his first degree in Arts and Science, then went on to gain his Law Degree three years later.

"Music has always been present in my life as it was and is the fuel that I run on," he said. At age 12 he and his brother built a sound system from old equipment they could salvage from household radios and speakers, which gave him the technical know-how with music frequencies.

They led that sound system, named Big Bad Benz International, to home town fame as the roughest little sound around and stayed fully booked for parties until the day he migrated to Canada in August 1997.

He now lives in Jamaica with his wife and kids and is pursuing a solo career under his own label, Frayland Records.

Baby keeps to Deeny to the Fray's directional message music where he showcases swagger and invokes fun, vibrant topics. The single is available for purchase on iTunes.

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