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@ArtistClipC Casts His “Rainbow”


London-Born Singjay Clip C has always felt connected to his Jamaican roots and he’s hoping his latest single will find favour with them. The track, Like A Rainbow, is produced Deano Deann and was released last month. The song has an accompanying music video. “The song is being well received. It has a warm summer vibes, especially with the females, due to the obvious Caribbean influence. DJs claim it is a sure summer hit,” he said. “It’s a colourful song highlighting my passion for beautiful women. This song has the potential to be a hit not only for the summer, but for many seasons due to its understandable lyrics.”

Distributed by Zojak World Wide, Like A Rainbow is available for purchases on iTunes and all other digital outlets. Born in United Kingdom, Clip C’s (given name Marcus Spence) grandparents hail from St Elizabeth. “St Elizabeth and Cedar Grove in Manchester are second home,” he said. He got his musical break in 2013 with the release of Chance It (Buzwakk Records). His other singles include Touch You and She Wants Me.

Clip C is also upbeat on a soon-to- be released track entitled Liff Up. “Liff Up is with Stylo G. It is a UK/Dancehall vibe song directed at the ladies of the world with the more voluptuous figures.” The Singjay said he’s intent on making himself a household name. “My aim is to solidify my name as a household brand in the UK and the Dancehall Industry by spreading positive messages of upliftment to the world,” said Clip C.

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