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Maestro Don ups the ante

Saturday, October 13, 2018

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Maestro Don is putting some promotional muscle behind his latest singles Cross Di Toll and Young Don. Each is accompanied by a music video.

Cross Di Toll is produced by Old Spoon Productions and Yardstyle Entertainment on the Get The Strap rhythm, while Young Don bears Billion Music Group production credits.

Both singles are available on iTunes and all digital outlets.

“Both songs are building their own momentum. The crowd loves them; selectors add them to their juggling just the same. My fans have been very supportive towards these projects and I am grateful. I am doing higher quality, higher level and different vibes of music; I have grown and I am more experienced to a wider variety of music right now,” said Maestro Don

The dancehall deejay, who recently signed to international superstar Gyptian recording label, Ryte Dyrekkshan, is well focused on making mark locally and internationally.

“I am poised and ready to make the rest of this year a successful one,” he said.

Maestro Don (real name Jason Dunn) hails from Portmore in St Catherine. His popular songs include You A My Gal, When We Rise, and Nuh Fraid.

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