Dymond sparkles with Pardner Draw

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Friday, July 20, 2018

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ZJ Dymond is pleased with the reception Shane O's Pardner Draw is receiving. The single was released on his Full Chaarge label earlier this year.

“Shane O's song is a great hit song. It's catchy, the public loves it and I feel good how Shane O has been able to make such a strong comeback in the music business. The single is one of the best for 2018 and the video has over 600,000 views on YouTube,” said ZJ Dymond.

Earlier this year, he released the Black Jeans rhythm. He is also preparing to drop a new single featuring Kevin Lyttle and Ce'Cile.

“This single, which is called Stagga, is highly anticipated because it has a great dancehall-soca energy, and with two superstars, Ce'Cile and Kevin Lyttle, it is possible this song can cross over into overseas markets,” he said.

The disc jockey ventured into music production in 2011. His Promiscuous rhythm featured Gage and Vybz Kartel.

In 2016, the disc jockey and producer won a best selling/streaming dancehall rhythm award for Ghetto Bible at the 21st Hapilos Digital Music Awards' People's Choice Award.

As a producer, ZJ Dymond has also worked with Konshens, Shenseea, and African dancehall star Shatta Wale.

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