DV says, She Gone

Saturday, September 09, 2017

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EMERGING act DV is hoping his single She Gone will land him a permanent spot in dancehall. Self-produced on his Alphacreed Production label, the single was released on January 1.

“The track is very controversial but it speaks of something that is taking place in society. More and more women are losing interest in the opposite sex.

The song is designed to entertain listeners but educate them on the situation as well. She Gone will definately make the headlines,” said DV. He said a video is in the works. “The video will give a detailed account of what the single is about. The scenes are not graphic but it sends the message perfectly.

All my fans are on the edge of their seats waiting for it to premiere, and in coming weeks I will defiantly deliver. The crowd is going to love this one,” he said. DV is also working on two other releases — My Mother and Dash Out.

“I plan on working with other producers but at the moment, mastering my craft is my main objective.

I want to make my mark within the industry as a musician overall and not just a recording artiste. I compose my own rhythms, songs, and produce them myself, all in a bid to bring forth the best quality work there is,” he added.




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