QQ releases Dung Duggu

Saturday, January 27, 2018

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QQ is creating quite a buzz with his latest single Dung Duggu on the Street Corner Riddim.

The single is distributed by VPAL and produced by Kirk Bennett of Kirkledove Records.

“My music makes you want to move. People from as far away as Europe, Africa and several other continents have been submitting videos to Dung Duggu and I welcome them all.” Dancers such as Johanna from Sweden, Pataskeng, Thanise Thickas and Chin Powa have all been seen doing the dance,” said QQ.

“I don't want to just focus on one market; I have fans everywhere. These fans reach out to me through social media and some of them do not even speak English, and that says a lot,” he continued.

QQ is no stranger to up-tempo dancehall music as he is still riding high on the waves from singles including One Drop, Jack Hammer, and Stuckie.

Late last year he toured Europe and was well received after the release of his single I Like It, which is produced by College Boiz Productions and QQ Music.

QQ, whose given name is Kareem Dawkins, started out in the music business as a child. He is known for songs including Poverty, Never Know The Use and Tip Pon Yuh Toe.

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