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August 20, 2014
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Mr Absolute works on comeback

Mr Absolute - Contributed

Dancehall/reggae artiste Mr Absolute formerly known as Shaggy Wonder, is determined to relive the glory days of his long and storied career.

The St Catherine native made his breakthrough in the music business in 1989 with a controversial single, Blue Bomber, and 1994 he scored big with the perennial sound-system anthem, Rush Dem. Rush Dem placed Mr Absolute on Dancehall and Reggae charts worldwide and won him an enduring following in the underground Dancehall scene.

In ensuing years, Mr Absolute recorded numerous hits including Hide And Lick with Gregory Isaacs and Give Us Strength, featuring Garnett Silk.

Mr Absolute changed his name from Shaggy Wonder four years ago and is now working with a new management team, which includes Ransford Richards CEO of Star Bwoy Records and Donald Crasman of Wow Entertainment.

"I'm working with a solid management team that is 100 per cent behind my career, so right now the sky is the limit. I'm working hard to take my career to a higher level I want to take it beyond my glory days in the 90s," he said.

He is also promoting new songs including Stronger Than Before, is the title of his upcoming album, a remake of Blue Bomber, Plead My Cause, Happy Wid Yuh Self, Cornfield and Pull Up Your Pants.

"I have a lot of hot new songs out that are getting strong airplay. Most of these songs were produced by my producer Doug/E Mack for Rhythmax Records imprint in Florida. I am also working with a couple other producers including Jah Wayne of Lazeme Records. I have a song called Waah Money coming out on his label soon," said Mr Absolute.

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