Get ready for Daminance


Get ready for Daminance

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

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Recording artiste Daminance follows up his lead single Nah Give Up with the new track Penguin , which features popular disc jock Supa Hype.

Produced on the Gold Plaque Entertainment imprint, the single made its way to all digital streaming sites through producers 21st Hapilos.

Penguin has reportedly racked up near 10,000 online streams and is being dubbed as a ladies' anthem.

“The flight this song has taken is remarkable; the ladies are enjoying it because it's something different. As soon as the song starts playing the ladies start dancing — and that was my main aim — to let women enjoy themselves,” said Daminance.

“I wake up to multiple videos each day of women creating their own versions of the dance, bringing their own flavour and personality to it, and because of the support I have been receiving from my fans, I will definitely be having a competition to treat the ladies,” He continued.

With the momentum the single has been building, Daminance shares that there will be a video in the making.

Daminance, who recently came back from a small promotional tour in North America, says he is poised and ready to dominate the reggae and dancehall scene both locally and internationally, and he is confident that Penguin will give him the exposure he desires.

“My music is based on life events, positive energy, and enjoyment. Whenever my music hits the airwaves it impacts the lives of listeners in an uplifting manner; there is no greater joy than that, and I appreciate the continued support,” he said.

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