Mr Glamarus drops Up Man

Friday, November 03, 2017

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ON-the-rise singjay Mr Glamarus is climbing the musical ladder with his latest single Up Man .

Produced by The JahLove2U imprint, the single was released two weeks ago through distributors Zojak World Wide.

“The airplay version has already been snatched up by various radio disc-jocks in New York and London, and my main aim is to gain as much airplay as possible for this track. This song will make a lasting impact because every woman wants an Up Man,” said Mr Glamarus.

The Greenwich Farm native said an accompanying video would be done in the next couple of months and the video will feature Dancehall Queen Charm, JRebel, among others.

“My team and I put together a promotional strategy that is sure to have the song dominating the international dancehall scene within months. The song gives off an authentic dancehall vibe as well as a smooth pop culture feel that makes it appeal to various listeners. I have hopes of it making its way to the international reggae charts,” said Mr Glamarus.

His latest track follows the buzz the singjay has been getting from Freestyle, which pays tribute to female dancers.

“Freestyle has been getting positive feedback from selectors all over. The video made its way to various dancehall websites and that has given me the extra boost I need on social media. My fans appreciate the visuals behind the track because it is fully dedicated to women from all demographics. The video has dancers from different countries who embrace our dancehall culture and that's what makes the video so addictive,” he said.




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