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July 11, 2014
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Tanto Blacks hopes to be memorable with 'Summer To Remember'

Tanto Blacks - File

Dancehall firebrand Tanto Blacks has an uncanny knack for creating slang that resonates with the dancehall masses.

He has also developed a reputation for his high-energy live performances and Twitter antics that have rocked venues in Jamaica and the Caribbean. Now, he is back with his latest project, Summer To Remember, featuring Clueless Brothers.

Produced by Billboard chart-riding producer Justin Arison of JA Productions, the single is already generating heat on the nation's airwaves and at the Corporate Area's numerous street dances.

"The song a come on bad inna di streets. It play a Mojito Mondays fi bout 15 minutes the other day. It shell Big People Tuesdays, Clueless Thursdays, Truckstop Wednesdays, and Chicken Back Wednesdays, and the people dem a hear it pon di radio. Trust me, Summer To Remember, crazy shellings!" he said.In recent weeks, the single has become a firm favourite of several radio disc jockeys and is getting a lot of love on FM radio.

It's been a rough year for JA Productions, with the loss of their president Patrick 'Roach' Samuels, but the dancehall public has been assured by the label's chief executive officer, Justus Arison, that new projects are on the horizon. Enter the High Life rhythm.

"We will be releasing the High Life rhythm this week which features artistes like Mavado, Beenie Man, Singer J, and Blak Ryno. We a keep Roach memory and legacy alive," Arison said.

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