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July 31, 2014
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Dancehall artiste QQ continues to make an impression on the international music scene.

Fader magazine recently featured the deejay with a story on his hot single and video, Tweety Bird (Turn Me On).

"It is a good look for my career and I just want to say thanks to Fader magazine for the feature. I feel very humbled to be given such an opportunity," said QQ in a media release.

The deejay, who recently returned to the island after performing at a number of events overseas, is scheduled to depart later this week to the United States for another string of performances.

His most recent local gigs included football star Daniel Sturridge's family fun day in Constant Spring; the Gregory Isaacs Tribute Concert in Kings Plaza and the LIME free concert at Denbigh High in Clarendon.

His new singles include Find It, produced by Justus Arison and Live It Up (a social commentary-type song) which was produced by Johnny Wonder. QQ is currently burning up airwaves and the dancehall with songs including Jack Hammer and Tweety Bird. Jack Hammer is featured on VP Records' annual Reggae Gold 2014 compilation series.

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