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August 11, 2014
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Masta Bling happy with Sumfest feedback

Masta Bling poses after performing at Sumfest. - Contributed

Fast-rising dancehall star Masta Bling, is on a high following his amazing debut performance on a Reggae Sumfest stage last month.

"The feedback has been incredible so far, I put up theperformance on Facebook, and I did several interviews the night on a number of radio and TV stations. It was my first time and I am just glad I gave a good account of myself," the artiste, given name Gregory Smith, said.

He earned a forward for his latest single, Gallis and had the males in the audience singing 'gallis, ah so we stay,gallis in every way'. He did a badman song, Ah We Place and thenbrought on a buxom, scantily attired female dancer for his big climax song, Bruk Out.

This young deejay is part of a new wave of Montego Bay artistes who are making a mark in dancehall. Masta Bling has been getting a lot of positive airplay in recent weeks for Gallis, on the Cannon Ball rhythm.

He has now turned his full attention towards the promotion ofthe rhythm, which also features RDX, Capleton, Jigsy King, Sharrie, Wasp/Konshens and Iyara, and has been getting regular airplay on radio.

Masta Bling recently did interviews on FIWI Choice Top ten countdown show, RE TV and HYPE TV. The medley video of the singles has also been put in regular rotation on CVM and HYPE TV.

In the meantime, Masta Bling is in the process of shooting and releasing a video for Ah We Place. He also released a new single, Hypocrites A Pree Me, to FM radio last week. Masta Bling's bookings are handled by After Dark Entertainment.

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