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Network drops summer track

Saturday, May 19, 2018

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NETWORK is pushing his latest single Summer is Here on the Cookout riddim for Chase Mills Records label.

“This year, 2018, is going to be my breakout year. I have a couple of songs to promote in the streets but in the streets, the Summer is Here ah mek dem ears prick up. The mixtape deejays dem say ah the song fi the summer mixtape, everybody ah say 'the signal tun up, Network yu find it!', so mi just a lock in and a wait fi the glory right now, next step ah the radio,” Network said.

The Summer is Here single will be officially released on June 5 on a number of digital download platforms. In the meantime, Network is busy in the studio putting the finishing touches on an EP which will be released mid-summer.

“I am looking to do some work with Jah Snowcone on his latest riddim, plus there are some other beats from Chase Mills Records that will be on my Network Picking Up EP which will be released via Zojak Distribution on July 25th,” Network, whose real name is Nyron Young, said.

He grew up in St Thomas where he attended Morant Bay High. After graduating, he relocated to the Corporate Area and began to experiment with music. He took the stage name Ras Properly and began to do some work with Jan Biggs Music label at the same time that Nesbeth was signed to the label.

He gained a great street reputation with Nuh Try Fi Diss and, a few years later, changed his name to Network. He recorded a single called Realest and got a buzz with it. He has continued to put in the work, fine-tuning his unique sound.

“Right now, mi feel great how the career ah progress from strength to strength,” he said.

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