Beez Stinga looks to Be Your Lover

Saturday, March 17, 2018

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Singjay Beez Singa is pleased with the reception to his latest single Be Your Lover.

The RHT-produced track has been doing the promotional rounds and is expected to make its way to digital stores in coming months.

“I decided to give the ladies something fresh to smile about in this new single. The single has been getting positive responses all over, the radio disc jocks are giving it a big push. My fans on social media have been sharing it and showing it love and I appreciate the support I have been receiving all over,” said Beez Stinga.

With the feedback the single has been receiving, Beez Stinga decided to release a video.

Shot on location in Port Antonio and Buff Bay, the video has been released on social media.

“The director, Chilando, did an amazing job capturing the essence of the single and bringing it to life. My fans love the video and the aim right now is to keep pushing it. The single has the potential to make it into the international reggae market and I am working overtime to make it happen,” he said.

He has big plans for 2018.

“I already have my 2018 promotional strategy under way and hard work and consistency is the core of it all,” he said.

His other releases include Thank God Am Alive and Missing You.

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