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Kenny Bling banks on friendship

Saturday, July 01, 2017

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Genuine friendship means a lot to deejay Kenny Bling. So much that his latest song, Mi Chargie, focuses on the importance of personal relationships.

Released in May, Mi Chargie is produced by Afar Music Group on the Level Up rhythm.

“I am singing about my own life… the friends around me, and how we live. Genio, one of the names mentioned in the song, is a real person. He is a loyal friend from a long time,” explained Kenny Bling.

He said the song has enjoyed strong rotation locally through power play at dances, and in countries as far as Russia.

Kenny Bling, whose previous songs include Native Way and She My Perfection (with Lady Fase), believes Mi Chargie is the song that will give him the big break.

“It looks like the one,” he said.

Kenny Bling grew up around dance halls. His father is veteran deejay Oneil “Scully” Brown, whom he credits with his passion for music.

Mi Chargie is his first song for the Pennsylvania-based Afar Music Group, with which he recently signed a recording contract.

The Level Up beat has songs by several artistes, including Junior Reid who does My Mommy; Nesbeth ( Tony Tony Tony), and D Medz with Africaness.


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