D'Angel is Stress Free


D'Angel is Stress Free

Saturday, January 12, 2019

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D'Angel has no time for distractions and is fully focused on her career.

D'Angel is preparing to release a new single Stress Free, which is a remake of Lady Saw's Man A The Least.

A video clip of the song was posted on her Instagram page last week has since gone viral.

“I have a very good feeling about this song, I posted a little clip of it on my Instagram page and everyone's talking about it. It's going to be a hit for sure,” she said.

Stress Free is produced by Kemar “Flava” McGregor is slated to be released on January 19 on his new record label Streaming Hub Inc.

“I'm looking forward to the release of this song, I'm so excited about it. I can't wait to shoot the video for it. Flava is making preparations to shoot it in Florida very soon, so we can drop it next month,” said D'Angel.

She also added, “I'm thrilled to be working with a world renown producer like “Flava”. He's very creative and easy to work with. Working with him is definitely a plus for my career and right now. I'm focused on putting a lot of new projects as I work to take my career on a higher level internationally. As things progress,” she said.

According to Kemar “Flava” McGregor he has big plans for D'Angel's career.

“D'Angel is one of the most talented female acts in dancehall music; she is also a very driven individual. I've wanted to work with her for a while now, but nothing happens before the time. This new single is just the first of several projects that I plan to release with her this year,” said McGregor.

He continued: “I think D'Angel has the potential to cross over big time in the international market and that's our main focus right now. She has the image and the talent to make it happen.”

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