Music

Stylez steps out

By Kevin Jackson
Observer writer

Friday, February 22, 2019

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Dancehall artiste Stylez' latest song Central Clarks is an ode to the popular British footwear. It will be officially released next month.

Central Clarks is from Skeleton Don , the deejay's recently released 23-track mixtape.

“The response has been overwhelming in the dance and it has encouraged us to continue the promotion across the island,” said Stylez.

Part of that promotion includes a video for Central Clarks.

Back to My Roots, the debut album by Stylez, was released in August 2017 by Blaze Entertainment Records. It debuted at number one on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart and spent six weeks in that position.

With more than 7,000 copies sold to date, Back to My Roots was the fifth best-selling reggae album of that year, according to Billboard Magazine.

Some of Stylez's popular songs include Skeleton Fresh, Hey Mama Africa and It's A Pity.


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