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June 27, 2014
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Tamarley releases 'badness' video


Rising dancehall artiste Tamarley has released the video for his latest single, 'Badness'. The Subkonshus recording artiste teamed with directors Smikle the Don and Wally Z to capture the essence of the song, which is relateable to persons from all walks of life.

The video was shot on location in sections of Southside in Central Kingston. Its edgy look, sharp camera angles and creativity will no doubt keep viewers on the edge of their seats.

"Persons can expect a demonstration of the unnecessary criminal activities taking place in the world today," Tamarley commented about the video clip.

The video will be on location at all music video outlets and cable stations locally.

Tamarley recently collaborated with Subkonshus CEO, Konshens, on the track, Time Right.

Poised to take on the music industry with his message laced and heartfelt lyrics, poignant and urgent delivery of catchy phrases and positivity, Tamarley is the latest signee to the growing roster of acts at the Subkonshus label.

Born Jermaine Tamarley James, the Central Kingston-raised recording artiste sees himself as the messenger from the ghetto with the ability to inspire, motivate and to provide a voice of reason and hope.

"I bring some of the realest messages gained from my experiences and the experiences of others from the inner city and other surroundings. I am bringing messages that can motivate and persuade them out of the negative and turn them into positives," says Tamarley.

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