Symatic promoting new singles

Saturday, January 27, 2018

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DEEJAY Symatic is promoting two singles — Day In Day Out and Nah Mind No Man.

Produced by Troyton Music, both were released in July 2017 and distributed by Johnny Wonder 21st.

According to him, both singles have been receiving good airplay.

“So far I have been getting great reviews on these songs. I am very happy with the overall reception, each time I perform the audience would sing along,” said Symatic.

The accompanying video for Nah Mind No Man was shot on locations in St Ann. Directed by Fareye Films, it is scheduled to be featured on all major local television stations.

The deejay said he is currently in the studio working a single I Remember. Produced by Rolando Blake, the track is soon to be released.

“There are lots of things that I have to offer dancehall music worldwide. I offer something new, something fresh that I know a lot of people will be interested in listening to,” he said.

“Presently I am working on a collaboration with Vanzo, the second place winner of Magnum Kings & Queens competition, entitled Acapella Wine, which is produced by Next Generation Sound. I want to break international barriers; I don't want to limit myself and my music,” Symatic added.

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