New video from dBURNZ

Friday, April 21, 2017    

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dBURNZ recently teamed with Cinecore Productions for his latest music video Me & You.

On the track the reggae artiste professes his love and affection for his special someone.

Born Melbourne Douglas, the former The University of the West Indies graduate is the former host of the television programme


The video for Me & You explores the picture of a love before and after riches.

Me & You is my first release for 2017 and I’m ready to show the world what I have to offer. I’ve been in the music industry since 2013, learning and working on my craft; now I have so much in store and I can’t wait to unleash it all,” dBURNZ explained.

He is known for his smooth delivery and his interaction with his audience. He has performed on many stages, including 1Love Music Festival, Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival, Wickie Wackie Music Festival, Jamaica 50 Celebrations in England (2012), and CARIFESTA XI in Suriname (2013).

His first single, Run Babylon, was recorded for Dennis Howard’s JahMento Records. He later teamed with Digital B Records for the soulful reggae offering Bet Yuh Never Know.






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