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Good start to Octane's 'Journey'

Friday, March 14, 2014    

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I-Octane debuts at number four on Billboard's Reggae Album chart with the just released My Journey, the follow-up to 2012's Crying to the Nation which opened at number six.

My Journey is largely produced by Andre 'DJ Frass' Gordon and distributed by Tad's Record.

The 16-track set was officially launched March 6 at the Triple Century club in New Kingston. It includes the songs Time Will Come, A Yah wi Deh (with Ky-Mani Marley) and Lighters Up (with Alaine).

-- KJ

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