Sotto Bless banks on Sotto Bless banks on No Ordinary Girl No Ordinary Girl

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Friday, November 17, 2017

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Kingston 20 has produced several entertainers over the years. Among them Konshens, his late brother Delus, Cham, and Voice Mail. Rising dancehall artiste Sotto Bless is ready to add his name to that list.

Originally from Sherlock Crescent, he grew up in Cooreville Gardens. A graduate of Wolmer's Boys' School, he began his musical journey seven years ago.

Sotto Bless is currently promoting the song No Ordinary Girl. Released last month, the song was produced by Shockwave Production and S Bless Production.

“I'm very grateful for all the support my song is getting from DJs all over the world. It's a good look for my career; everyone is saying this could be the song that will give me my big break in the music biz,” Sotto Bless told Jamaica Observer.

A video for the song was recently completed in Manhattan, New York. It was directed by Featured Vids Production. Among those making an appearance in the video are Sean Paul and Chi Ching Ching.

“Sean Paul and Chi Ching Ching are my brothers. I'm happy they took the time out to support me by appearing in my video. I can't thank them enough for their support. The video is hot and it's very exciting. I also have to big up DJ Smiles, DJ Ghost and DJ Lincoln for their support,” he said.

Sotto Bless (given name Anthony Welsh) is known for songs including Fatty, Jealous and Heart is Pure.




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