Tarnado is back

Catch Di Riddim

By Kevin Jackson Observer Writer

Friday, April 11, 2014    

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UNTIL recently, he was known as Tornado. With a slight change in spelling, the deejay is back and more determined to make a mark.

Now known as Tarnado, he is promoting two new singles, We Party and Knock It featuring Devaju.

With new management (Empress Management) in charge of his career, Tarnado is hoping for betterdays.

"I've done a fair amount of recordings over the years. Most of the songs I did were combination tracks with Bugle an' I also recorded a song called Swag Like This with Bounty Killer. Now that I'm working with a good management team I'm totally focused on working on my solo career," said Tarnado.

Born Devin Grant, Tarnado is from the community of Nannyville in East St Andrew. He has written songs for a number of dancehall's biggest names including Elephant Man's Pon Di River, Pon Di Bank and Ding Dong's Killa Swing.





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