PRESS RELEASE: @DevineSongz Promotes New Single In Jamaica

Dominican Reggae Artiste Devine Songz is currently on the Island promoting his new single “Many Waters Remix” featuring Internationally acclaimed Reggae Artiste Gramps Morgan. The song is an original blend of classic and modern Reggae and has been tremendously received by his growing fan base. So far, he has been getting great responses for his extensive works in Reggae in especially the US and other Caribbean Islands, with songs such as “Forever”, “Can’t Live Without You”, “Ready or Not” and “For You”. He is hoping that with this promotional trip, he will get that same feedback from the Jamaican population with this new song.

“This promotional trip has been a long time coming. I’ve been doing Reggae music for many years because of the love that I have for this particular genre of music. I’ve always wanted to visit the place where Reggae music began and in so doing earn the respect and love of the Jamaican people” said the Recording Artiste. Many Waters Remix was produced by Cornell Phillip from Imperial Publishing and is available for purchase on all digital platforms. For this trip he’s accompanied by DJ Dane Jah Dane whom he has worked with extensively for many years.

While on the island he will be doing several interviews as a part of his promotional campaign, set up by Powerhouse Global Media. He will also be featured as a special guest on 180 Mins Live at Triple Century. After the successful completion of this visit, it is back to the studio for Devine Songz to work on supplying the demand for more authentic Reggae music. With his melodious voice, conscious vibes Devine Songz is definitely one to look out for.





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