G Mandingo upbeat about his new EP

Saturday, June 17, 2017

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Fast-rising dancehall deejay G Mandingo has his eyes set on a lasting musical career with the release of his EP, Di DonWon.

The EP, which was produced by Di Balance Productions, was released in April. It is available on all major digital media outlets through 21st Hapilos.

The 10-track EP is made up of tracks like Di Balance Anthem; So Fresh; Favorite Liquor; Jiggle; Ladies In The Summer, featuring Laden; Enemies And Friends; No Witches In The Room; Nice Nice Ladies; two collabs, Cruise Had One Love and Let's Wait A While, with UK-based R&B female artiste Serena.

G Mandingo said he is working to market his brand on the local dancehall scene before taking his promotion international.

“My team and I are putting in the ground work in Jamaica before we target other markets. Music is universal and being an artiste has allowed me to explore other genres and styles of music. Each day someone new from as far as India and Germany sends me a message to say how much they appreciate my work. My next aim is to incorporate dancehall with other forms of music in a bid to gain fans from all over the world while promoting brand Jamaica,” said G Mandingo.

His other releases are Girls Dem Nice, Come Rush Mi Nuh and So Called Hype Gyal.




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