Ding Dong promoting unity

Friday, December 15, 2017

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Ding Dong has released a song to let his fans know he is all about peace.

The single, Everything A Work, is a collaboration with Mr Vegas, which is currently available for preorder on major digital media outlets.

The MV Music-produced track is available for streaming.

“I am an entertainer who believes that there is space for everyone to strive in the industry. Most of what is being said and assumed is wrong. Ravers Clavers is a family and we treat everyone like a family when we are out in the street. We try our best to live as one in Ravers Clavers and we push that same energy to everyone. Ravers is all about positivity,” said Ding Dong.

Promoting a crime-free party environment, Ding Dong hopes this single will send a positive message.

“Everything a work, Everything a work, Nothing nuh plug out, Everything A Work, New edition, crime-free Party; Mi inna shorts, Sneakers a dolce — that's all mi a guh say; the song speaks for itself. Ravers Clavers nuh have time fi anything but good vibes, good music and party shelling,” he said.

Ding Dong is still on a high with the single Fling. His crew member Kool Ravers received the Prime Minister's Youth Award just last week for his creation of the dance move.




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