Saine is Second to None

Saturday, September 08, 2018

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Fast-rising singjay Saine says she is seeing a major growth with her career since her release of the single Second to None.

“From I release this single, it has been getting crazy love from disc jock's islandwide. I have faith in this single, and for that reason, my team and I are putting it to the world with the necessary promotion needed,” said Saine.

The single — which was produced by Yardstyle Entertainment, Insaine Records and MIA Production — is available on all major digital media outlets and is being distributed by Tune Core.

“In coming months, I will be shooting and releasing a video which will premiere on local television shows across Jamaica. I have a small promotional tour lined up which I will use to gain the airplay that I need,” she shared.

The artiste, who made her debut on the music scene with her single From the Ashes, expressed that she has been receiving positive feedback and she feels that this year will be her breakthrough year.

“My fans are very supportive towards this project. They have been sharing and uploading the single on various websites and I am grateful for the support,” she explained.

“I am poised and ready to make this year a successful one,” she said.

Saine shared that she also released a collaboration single titled Gun Town with Javada, which is aimed at the crime and violence that has been taking place in Jamaica.

“ As an artiste, we can't turn a blind eye to what has been happening in Jamaica. It is a part of our duty to use our talent as a tool to help combat the crime and violence that has been taking place,” she added.

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