C Win's rapid return
Artiste thankful for life following motor vehicle crash

Despite escaping with minor injuries, dancehall artiste C Win is giving thanks that his life was spared, following a near fatal motor vehicle crash in Florida last Sunday.

The deejay was a passenger in a Dodge SUV which drifted into a lane on a highway and collided with another vehicle.

"We were on our way to a football match in Walton, Florida, when the accident took place. One of my friends, who was injured, I had to pull him out of the vehicle. The vehicle was totally written-off," said C Win.

The Kingston 11-based recording artiste said he received injuries to his neck and he also experienced some back pain. His face was also swollen in the aftermath of the smash-up.

"This is a second chance in life for me, because when I am looking back on the accident I can't believe that I came out alive. Thanks to Father God!" he told the Jamaica Observer.

The artiste is on the mend and has got back on track with promoting his music.

His most recent release is Rapid Invasion, which was produced by Rapid Productions.

"It's a good feeling to work with a producer like Rapid Production because he not only produces for established artistes, but he also opens doors and create opportunities for non-established artistes like myself," said C Win who has been doing music since he was a teenager.

C Win (given name Anthony Castello) is also known for the song Mama, in which he paid tribute to mothers around the world.

BY KEVIN JACKSON Observer Writer entertainment@jamaicaobserver.com

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