Hezron goes full speed ahead

Catch Di Riddim

By Kevin Jackson Observer Writer

Friday, March 07, 2014    

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WITH a double album on the way, singer Hezron is enjoying a good run with the song Maximum Speed.

It is number seven on the New York Reggae Chart. Maximum Speed was produced by Paul 'Computer Paul' Henton and released on his Boot Camp label.

Hezron has two other songs doing well. They are Can't Tell Mi (produced by Barbwya Productions) and Land of The Warriors (produced by Heart Shield Records).

The 37-year-old Montego Bay native is known for songs such as So In Love, Two Places (featuring Shaggy), and Forever and Always.

Formerly signed to Wall Street Records in the United States, Hezron's double album, The Life I Live (D), will be released May 27 by Tads Record.





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