45DiBoss debuts set

Saturday, November 11, 2017

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45DiBoss has high hopes for his debut album Love , Power and Sound Mind.

Produced by DJ NA from California, the project boasts 12 tracks and was released on October 20.

“My passion for music stems from the belief that I will gain eternal life through the power of my music. I want my voice to sing out way after I'm gone, I want to deliver messages of peace and love through catchy hooks and unique styles while blurring the line of music genres. I don't care about genre class, I care about how the song makes me feel. This album goes against all the odds and my fans are loving it,” said the singjay.

The tracklisting comprises Sugar Cain, Day One, Block Call, Guh Deh Gyal featuring Ice Kydd, Call Worldfeet, From Mi Heart, Eva Bless, Hot Peppa, 100 Knots featuring Tashi, Air Inna Mi Lungs, Big Deal, and Hands Of Time featuring Tashi.

“The album has been doing great so far. Guh Deh Gyal has been receiving airplay in Jamaica and the USA. I have to thank my supporters for the massive push. In addition, Blacka Di Danca, Zaggazo and Las Bigga made a video dancing to Hot Peppa and it was featured on Red Bull Energy Drink's Instagram page; it received over 250,000 views,” he said.

Riding the wave, 45DiBoss released the video to Sugar Cain on October 31. It was shot on location in La Canada Flintridge, California, and directed by Deme Marie and Gavin Burnett.

The singjay's other releases include Kick Start and Christmas In Jamaica.




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