Navino gets lucky with Stashment

Friday, March 15, 2019

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Dancehall artiste Navino has signed with Stashment Productions. The deejay previously worked with the label on his hit song, A Nuh Luck, which looks at sacrifices he made to sustain his career.

“The journey has been an interesting one and I have learnt a lot. This learning experience has helped me to make decisions to better my career,” he explained.

Navino is currently recording an EP for Stashment Productions.

Originally from St Mary, Navino (given name Ricardo Fraser) grew up in Spanish Town where he discovered a passion for music. In 2009, he recorded his first song, Seek and Find, for Equinoxx.

Some of Navino's popular songs are Never Touch Yet, Life Over Death and Links Dem Tall. He also wrote the hit song, Jack Hammer, for Aidonia.

He has recorded songs for producers including Chimney Records, Birchill Productions and Romeich Records.

-- Kevin Jackson

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