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Friday, September 29, 2017

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Canada -based singer Tony Range shares his emotions on his latest single Love Story . The self-produced song, released in July via Tony Range Music, is reportedly making the rounds on radio.

“I've been getting tremendous feedback about this track. It's getting a lot of airplay in Canada and other places like Europe and the States. I believe it's going to be a huge hit,” he said.

Tony Range is the nephew of reggae artiste Dillgin. He describes his musical style as a fusion of various genres including dancehall, hip hop and R&B.

“My music is fresh and exciting; it's a fusion of many different styles. I think that's one of the reasons why True Love is doing so well. People from various nationalities and cultures can identify with the message and beat of the song,” he said.

Tony Range is currently busy in the studio working on several new projects.

“The year is coming to a close, and I just released my debut single, and it's doing well. So right now, I'm doing a lot of work in the studios because I plan to drop another hot new track very soon. I plan to blow up big 2018,” he said confidently.

Range, whose real name is Errol Anthony Walters, was born and raised in Toronto, Canada, to Jamaican parents. The 29-year-old recording artiste is a graduate of Ontario's Sheridan College.

— KJ

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